Palais de Brongniart
(or Palais de la Bourse) was built in the early 19th century under the leadership of Napoléon Bonaparte. Right in the 2nd arrondissement
in the heart of Paris, Palais de Brongniart was the center of stock exchange for close to two hundred years, being the French equivalent of the London Stock Exchange or New York’s Wall Street. Today, Palais de la Bourse is well-known for hosting prestigious trade shows and exhibitions
, offering more than 18,000 square meters of space dedicated to offices, public services and famous events.
Ideally located, Palais de Brongniart is close to many Paris tourist attractions in the Louvre quarter and the Opera House quarter such as the Louvre Museum
, Tuileries Garden
and the world-renowned department stores Galeries Lafayette et Printemps
. This exhibition center is also within walking distance of the “Bourse” metro station, enabling visitors and exhibitors easy access to their events from any district in the French capital.
For all your events and exhibitions at the Palais de Brongniart, Heart of Paris Hotels recommends booking your room in neighbouring quarters such as the Louvre quarter
, Marais-Bastille quarter
, Champs-Elysées quarter
and the Opera House quarter
. For your convenience, some of our hotels in Paris are close to stations along the metro line 3 that takes you directly to the “Bourse” station in just a few minutes. Photos: Palais de Brongniart © Alexandra Fleurantin