Established in 1799, the Panorama Passage is the first covered Passage of Paris. He preserved his beauty of yesteryear and he is now a high place for commercial activity. 133 meters long, you will find here finest shops of french gastronomy, art artesans, old coins and stamp collectors as well as the Varietés Theater. The old glass roof overhangs some amazing decors like the Marquis chocolate shop, or the Stern printing shop.Address : 11, Boulevard Montmartre, 75002 Paris ( North entry) or 10, rue Saint-Marc, 75002 Paris (South entry) - 9 minutes walk from Maison Mère hotel.
Built in 1847, Passage Verdeau is located in the extension of the Passage Panoramas and the Passage Jouffroy to continue your mysterious walk into these covered streets. This passage was previously ignored for a long time because he was everytime compared to the other, maybe more spectacular and full of life. However, Passage Verdeau offers a surprising natural light thanks to his original glass roof and his neoclassical design. You will find there many antique boutiques and insolite shops.Address : 31 bis, rue du Faubourg Montmartre (North entry) or 6, rue de la Grange Batelière (South entry) - 6 minutes walk from Maison Mère.