Park, garden, promenade

Passage du Caire

2 place du Caire - 75002 Paris

Opéra - Grands Boulevards - 2e Arrondissement

Passage du Caire, intérieur, Paris © Mbzt

Description

Built in 1798, Passage du Caire is the oldest covered arcade in Paris. It takes its name from the Egyptian capital due to 3 statues in the image of the goddess Hathor, with cow ears, which decorate the entrance. The arcade is known for being the longest and narrowest in Paris. Business is non-stop under its large glass roof in the form of a fish bone. Situated in the Sentier district, the Passage du Caire is almost entirely devoted to ready-to-wear wholesalers. It's worth a visit for the architecture of the beautiful facades on the upper floor which maintain their original charm. Other additional entrances are available: Rue d’Alexandrie, Rue Saint-Denis and Rue du Caire.

Entrance fees and modalities

Independent tour

Free

Free access.

Closing times

Saturday, Sunday

Opening times

Monday-Friday: 7am-6:30pm.

Voir la carte

Passage du Caire

2 place du Caire
75002 Paris
www.passagesetgaleries.org

  • Subway - Sentier
  • Bus - 20, 38, 39, 47

Park, garden, promenade in the same district: Opéra - Grands Boulevards

Park, garden, promenade in the same arrondissement: 2nd arrondissement

Park, garden, promenade in Paris and in the Paris Region: Park, garden, promenade

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