We think you'll find this space quite a surprise. As well as the obligatory smart showroom/exhibition space on the ground floor, the Renault Atelier (literally, workshop) gets our vote for the cosiest spot of all the car manufacturers.
Bright, airy and futuristic, their multi-level restaurant/bar serves pretty tasty food and not at ridiculous prices (rather rare in the area). Perhaps that's why they get almost 2 million visitors a year?!
Visionary prints hosted by the French library representing a terrifying world have been gathered together for an exhibition at the Petit Palais.
Seventy works of artists of the 19th century can be viewed during this exhibition. They are full of fantastic beasts, inhabited landscapes by Albrecht Dürer and Rembrandt. And the chronological layout of the exhibition then presents works by the generation of romantics of XIXth century, then neo-romantics with Gustave Doré and finally artists paving the way to symbolism like Odile Redon.
City of Paris Fine Art Museum
Avenue Winston Churchill 75008 Paris