A stone’s throw from the Champs-Elysées, bordering with the Hauts-de-Seine department, this district is full of little gems to discover. Between the square Sainte-Odile, the flower market, the Salle Pleyel, the Espace Champerret ... This select district of the capital has something to delight everyone!
All kinds of events are held here all year round, such as a dental congress, a record collector’s trade fair, a wedding or book fair, etc. Something for everyone!
The pink brick church of Sainte-Odile was built in the Neo-Byzantine style on part of the former Thiers fortifications. The surrounding square is a paradise for children with fun play areas.
The boulevard Pereire is no ordinary kind of thoroughfare. It is divided along its length by a garden that is highly-popular with local families.
Great names have passed through here — Stravinsky, Threni, Otto Klemperer … — but it did not end there! A huge architectural and acoustic renovation programme has restored the initial purity of the place and sound to the delight of performers, orchestras, composers and the public.