Bercy Village – why it’s worth a visit
Bercy Village is technically classified as a shopping centre but the second you step onto the paved courtyard you’ll see that it’s quite different.
The White stone warehouses used to hold the largest wine market in the world and are now classed as historic monuments. They stored wine for over a century and are now home to a number of different shops, cafes, restaurants and bars. It’s the perfect mix of old and new.
While you’re there the cobbled streets will remind you of the authenticity of the area and the stone walls will encase you inside the small village. Stroll up and down, grab a drink and something to eat and enjoy the beautiful hanging lights through the winter months.
Not in the mood to go out this weekend? Bercy village is the perfect place to spend a quiet night out.
Factory&Co – their cheesecake is to die for
La Boutique aux 2 balais – a new (opened 2023) Harry Potter store and café with really unique products. A must see for Potterheads.
UGC Cinema – catch a movie while you are there in the underground cinema
Fun on Wednesday– there are fun, educational activities for children every Wednesday
Parc de Bercy – walk through the park on your way to the Village, it’s very beautiful in any season
Where? Line 14, stop: Cour Saint Emilion
When? Open everyday from 11am to 9pm, restaurants are open until 2am