Passage des Panoramas

11 boulevard Montmartre - 75002 Paris Opéra - Grands Boulevards
An hommage to strollers and curious walkers, the Passage des Panoramas is considered the first covered walkway in Paris. Built in 1799, it has retained its old-fashioned charm and merchant spirit. Each store window reflects an historical moment of the French capital; from the Bourse district to the Grands Boulevards, sheltered by a magnificent canopy, the 'commercial artery' is listed as historical monument. Along its 133 m of intense activity, eateries share the space with craftsmen. They work alongside many postcards, coins, autographs and old stamps collectors. Admire the remaining ancient architecture, such as the Chocolatier Marquis and Stern printing house, symbolising the ambitious planning from the 18th century. Inaugurated in 1807, the Théâtre des Variétés is still active, programming concerts and plays, it has enlivened the walkway for two centuries, with celebrities always present.


Free access.


Open until midnight


Open every day of the year, 6am-midnight


  • Restaurant

There are numerous eateries (Indian restaurant, tea room, ice cream shop): Lombem (tandoori restaurant), Racines, Caffè Stern...


11 boulevard Montmartre
75002 Paris
Parking lot
Bourse, 12 Place de la Bourse - 75002 Paris
Public transportation
89Grands Boulevards
4885Grands Boulevards