Passage du Grand-Cerf

145 rue Saint-Denis - 75002 Paris Châtelet - Les Halles
The Grand-Cerf covered arcade was created in 1825, not far from Turbigo (Montorgueil district). It is almost 12 m tall, making it one of the largest covered arcades in Paris. It is made of metal and wrought iron with a beautiful glass roof allowing light to shine through it. Visitors can stroll through it and discover the pretty shops selling handmade jewellery, furniture and and fashion. And amateurs will discover edgy shops selling kitting items, lighting, and many other items. It is also accessible via Rue Dussoubs. A must-see typically Parisian covered arcade!


Monday to Saturday from 8.30am to 8.30pm.



145 rue Saint-Denis
75002 Paris
Parking lot
Saint Martin, 245 Rue Saint-Martin - 75003 Paris
Public transportation
4Etienne Marcel
ABChâtelet-Les Halles
3847Turbigo - Etienne Marcel

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