Bercy Village

Cour Saint-Émilion - 75012 Paris
A paved courtyard bordered with white stone storehouses and quiet terraces.
An architecture that combines stone with steel, wood and glass.
The Cour Saint-Emilion and its 42 storehouses, which are registered on the French supplementary Historic Monuments list, are all that remain of the Bercy storage areas where, for over a century, the largest wine market in the world was held.
Bercy is also a diverse area with shops, restaurants, leisure activities and entertainment spread over 26,000m² including Five Guys, Fnac, Sephora, Fragonard, Nature & Découvertes, , Dammann Frères, Oliviers & Co, Lindt, Aux 2 Balais, museum Science Expériences, games bar Le 3 Bis, la salle d’escalade le Triangle and the UGC Ciné Cité cinema multiplex.
Open every day from 10am to 2am
Cultural events, guided tours are offered free of charge all year round.
1 parking area with 3,000 spaces ( Bercy Village)


Bercy Village: everyday 10am - 2am. Shops: everyday 10am-8pm.


Tourism & Handicap
T&H for hearing impaired
T&H for motor disability
Offer adapted to disabled people

- Physical disability: metro line 14 is accessible (no gap between the train and the platform, lifts in the Cour Saint-Emilion station), adapted reserved parking places close by, paved pedestrianized street with shops, restaurants, and UGC Bercy cinema (most of these areas are accessible), adapted communal toilets (Passage Saint-Vivant). The courtyard is made of cobblestones but there are also some smoothly-paved walkways that are easier to access and use.

Contact: +33 (0) 1 40 02 90 80

Paris for people with disabilities

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Cour Saint-Émilion
75012 Paris
Parking lot
Lyon-Diderot, 12 Rue de Bercy - 75012 Paris
Bercy - Relais Mercure, 12 Rue de Bercy - 75012 Paris
Public transportation
14Cour Saint-Emilion
10924111Terroirs De France

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