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31, boulevard de Strasbourg – 75010 Paris
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around the hotel
From an airport, a train station, a metro station (or from the end of the world), here are the different possibilities of access to our hotel.
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No less than two magnificent train stations are a few steps from the Brady Hotel
The largest European station in terms of passenger numbers and the second largest station in the world in terms of capacity.
Located 5 minutes walk from the Gare du Nord, it connects Eastern France and the international with Eastern Europe, Central Europe and Switzerland.
From the end of the day, this lively district has been attracting hipster and trendy young people for several years now, who gather in the mythical bars of the district such as "Chez Jeannette" or "Mauri 7" before going to taste the excellent hamburgers of "Paris New York" or the typically French gastronomy of the "Julien" brasserie in an art deco setting.
He has been known as "Little India" since the 1980s. Built in 1828, it is one of the oldest covered passages in the capital. Surmounted by an immense glass roof, it shelters many Indian, Pakistani, Mauritian and Reunionese restaurants and shops. A small piece of Pondicherry in the heart of Paris.