Bercy Village

Bercy Village is a shopping mall that is open 7 days a week, based in the 12th arrondissement of Paris, not far from the Seine, near the Gare de Lyon. A place for relaxation and tourism, it also includes Bercy Park, a movie theater, the Bercy Arena and the new Paris Rive Gauche is just across the way. The mall covers 26 000m² and has thirty shops and restaurants, as well as spaces for artistic entertainment and cultural activities. A cinema complex is also present. It also has several hotel chains. In addition, it has 2 parking lots with 3,000 spots (St-Emilion and Bercy Terroirs).

The Bercy neighborhood is serviced by metro line 14 at the Cour Saint-Émilion station.
With its original architecture, where stone blends with steel, wood, and glass, Bercy Village is built on the site of Bercy’s old cellars and warehouses. Listed as historic monuments in 1986, for more than a century, this site held the largest wine market in the world.
Bercy Village, built for pedestrians, is a neighborhood that is worth the visit. It is the perfect spot to take a break away from the traffic and stress of the city.

At Bercy Village, you will feel like you’ve left Paris. You will feel like you’re in a small village with a country air. It is a nice place to walk around: lively and animated, it promises relaxation and a total change of scenery compared to the capital’s major shopping centers.