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The Vivienne Gallery


The Vivienne Gallery


Do you know the Galerie Vivienne, this emblematic Parisian place with an antique decoration? Located between La Bourse and the Palais Royale, the gallery is one of the most luxurious in Paris. This covered passage is a different kind of traditional Paris. Walking in this gallery is like taking a leap back in time.

You will discover splendid mosaics on the floor, signed Giandomenico Facchina. The repetition of the geometrical shapes will surely remind you of the style of the mosaics of the rue de Rivoli. I particularly appreciate its beautiful glass roof that lets the light pass through.


Magnificently well maintained, this gallery will not fail to pleasantly surprise those who venture there for the first time. The centres of interest are multiple and your eye can only be drawn to the different shops. Modern cafés and tea rooms, fashion and decoration boutiques, contemporary art galleries, bookshops... Everyone has something to suit all tastes!

In Jean-Paul Gaultier's old shop, in the heart of the gallery, discover the Daroco, a top-of-the-range Italian restaurant. You will be enchanted by its imposing mezzanine, its transalpine delicatessen or the delicious pizzas prepared with 100% Italian products. Who said you have to travel to meet Italy?

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