The Concierge has a long and eventful history from being one of the first royal palaces for French Kings, to its bloody history as a prison in the French Revolution. Built in the 14th century, the Concierge has housed several famous prisoners including: Marie Antoinette, Danton, Robespierre, and Thomas Paine. During the French Revolution, the Concierge had over 3,000 people imprisoned who were later guillotined. Explore the depths of the deepest dungeons and the iron bars that were last lodgings of thousands of souls.
Enjoy Turkish cuisine at this popular restaurant next to the Place Saint Georges. The friendly,... Read more