Impossible to miss the gilding and rich ornaments of Opera Garnier. Built in 1875, the imposing monument bears the name of its architect, Charles Garnier, who blended different styles in his Baroque facade.
Climb up the steps of the grand staircase and step back into the life of the high society of the time. Majestic in itself, the staircase leads you to an impressive nave, whose differently coloured marbles were intended as a reaction to Haussmannian severity.
If visiting one of the main landmarks of Paris is, in itself, a must for your stay, the opera still lives by the rhythm of the performances. In addition to magnificent performances of opera and dance, Palais Garnier also offers a programme for young people. A visit that combines great culture and entertainment, something that everyone will agree on, is 15 minutes walk from the hotel Paris La Fayette.