It's a little boring, every restaurant has basically the same menu - though the bakery surprisingly has the best food.
A restored warehouse village... Shops with stone walls and a pretty walkway. Peppered with cafes & restaurants. The village is directly outside the station called Mont Emillion on the Metro M14. If u don't shop alot and only want to visit the place for sightseeing, it can be done in under 3 hours. Try be there at 11am, walk around... More
Having a cappucino & I'm in love! Just a serene place to hang out and people watch. While waiting for my other half to finish with business meetings, I perused the shops. If your looking for a place to hang out and take it easy, this is it.
For Asian people (like me), it is worth visiting Bercy to have the experience of a little bit of european village. It is much different with the hectic Paris Downtown. There are many caffees, restaurants, shops here and the park was also great to visit. I was here for a business trip and I stayed here for a week. However,... More
I was staying nearby on business and found this to be a fun place to explore. Cool shopping and fun eateries and bars. Felt like someplace you might go if you actually lived nearby. Worth a stop if you are nearby. Also the park next door is great for little kids - lots of paths and ponds to explore and... More
We had some spare time and after perusing the street map, wandered into the area to the south of Gare de Lyon to Le Parc de Bercy and the very unique Bercy Village. The gardens at the park were beautiful and peaceful. The Bercy Village area is where there were a series of warehouses that have been made into fabulous... More
We arrived at the Pullman Hotel Bercy late at night at we came across the wonderful Bercy Village. It offers an amzing array of restaurants to choose from and is obviously quite popular with Parisians as it was busy even at 11:00m on a week night. To add to this, there was a fantastic supermarket at the end of the... More
Try Bercy Village on a sunny weekend, and you'll find a lively crowd sitting under the parasols having a drink and enjoying every sort of food. Whilst there's no specific attraction at the village, we found the buildings visually pleasing, and the pedestrian zone well planned. The atmosphere was lively and yet very relaxed. Not really a place to interest... More
Bercy Village was a large group wine warehouses which have been converted to shops and restaurants. The shops are nothing special but there is a good range of places to eat. If you nearby then drop in but it is not worth a major detour.
As sites in Paris go, escape to the beauty and less bustle of this peaceful area. The restored wine warehouses have become homes to numerous shops and places to eat.
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