The district of Plaine-Monceau conceals many architectural treasures to discover the time of a walk. With OnePark , you can find and book a secure parking space at the best price.
Sixty-sixth administrative district of Paris, Plaine-Monceau is in the 17th arrondissement, on the right bank of the Seine.
Nicknamed "the little Venice of Paris", the Plaine-Monceau or Plaine-de-Monceaux takes its name from the old village of Monceau. This important hunting ground under the Ancien Régime was urbanized at the instigation of the Pereire brothers. It attracts large families like the Rothschilds.
Like many artists (Ernest Meissonnier, Édouard Detaille, Alexandre Dumas and Sarah Bernhardt), you will be captivated by the imposing residences with majestic facades lining the streets of Léon-Cosnard, Legendre and Tocqueville. Stroll along the rue Fortuny, discover mansions with flamboyant architecture. Extend your walk along Daru Street and join the Cathedral of St. Alexander Nevsk, first place of worship of Orthodox Russians in France. As you continue on your way, you will pass the International Conservatory of Music and the Loo House, a bright red Chinese pagoda. To finish your tour, discover the architectural treasures that decorate the Parc Monceau, including its golden grilles.
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