THE AREA SURROUNDING THE HOTEL

Au Bœuf Couronné is located nearby two of the large train stations in Paris


Au Bœuf Couronné is located in immediate proximity to the Gare de l’Est and the Gare du Nord, the biggest train station in the capital. With its strategic location, the quality of dining, and the wonderful atmosphere of the hotel, this is the ideal address for your professional travel, your family tourism getaway, or a romantic escapade perfect for lovers.

 

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Philharmonic of Paris – The Cité de la Musique

This new establishment devoted to music, with its exceptional, unique architecture, features several concert halls, a museum, and a media centre.

Philharmonic of Paris – The Cité de la Musique
The Cité des Sciences et de l'Industrie

Here, science is all about fun, accessibility, and multiplicity. Parents and children will find a thousand reasons to go and go back to be astonished, to discover, and to understand the world through the exhibits featured here.

The Cité des Sciences et de l'Industrie
The Grande Halle de la Villette

This versatile space made from iron and glass houses a 18,000m² theatre for a wide range of events, from theatre, circus performances, dance, concerts, and exhibitions…

The Grande Halle de la Villette
The Zénith

A legendary concert hall, the Zénith hosts some 170 shows per year! Ask for a programme.

The Zénith
Buttes Chaumont park

This magnificent English-style garden offers 25 hectares of green space, one of the largest in Paris. It features a variety of landscapes, from rock formations, streams, waterfalls, pastures, grottos, and belvederes…

Buttes Chaumont park
The Belleville quarter

Cosmopolitan and authentic, the Belleville quarter is perfect for off-the-beaten-path tourism through narrow streets where you’ll discover artist workshops galore.

The Belleville quarter
Père-Lachaise cemetery

A unique setting, a sanctuary of stone and vegetation, Père Lachaise cemetery is the ideal place for a poetic stroll to encounter those iconic legends that were, including Edith Piaf, Jim Morrison, Oscar Wilde, Gilbert Bécaud, Honoré de Balzac, Alain Bashung, Frédéric Chopin, Pierre Desproges and even Molière.

Père-Lachaise cemetery
La Villette pond

This vast body of water, inaugurated by Napoleon the 1st in 1808, offers nautical activities and lovely strolls on foot, by bicycle, or by rollerblade along its banks. Anyone who wishes to enjoy the gentle swaying of the canal waters can try out their navigational skills by hiring a boat (no permit needed) or by taking off on a cruise.

La Villette pond
Montmartre

This famous quarter is a must for any visitor to Paris. It’s the high point of the capital. Montmartre offers exceptional views of the city and tiny streets that are both unique and peaceful hideaways in the City of Light.

Montmartre
Sacré-Cœur basilica

A major religious sanctuary, Sacré-Cœur has dominated Paris since 1870. It is the second-most visited religious monument in Paris, after Notre Dame cathedral.

Sacré-Cœur basilica

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Au Boeuf Couronné


188, avenue Jean Jaurès
75019 Paris - France

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