Fondation Pierre Bergé - Yves Saint-Laurent
The collection of Pierre Bergé&Saint Laurent ２０世紀最大のモードの帝王サンローランのアトリエでその友人ピエール・べージェとともにコレクションしたピカソ、ブラック、モネ、など名画あり必見。
The Yves Saint Laurent museum it's something to do if you're into fashion :). It's really nice to visit, even children can appreciate it, there a lot of iconic clothes to see.
“A lot of Courbevoie’s high income residents make the short commute to Paris’ modern business district just next door. La Défense came to life in the 1960s and grew over the next 30 years, adding the sort of futuristic skyscrapers that wouldn’t get planning permission in the centre of Paris. New record-breaking structures are in the pipeline, but for now it’s a district to wander and get some photos of the eccentric architecture and sculptures. If there’s a emblem for La Défense it’s the Grande Arche, a hollow cube-shaped building on an axis with the Arc de Triomphe several kilometres to the southeast.”
Point of Interest
“By car or metro you won’t need more than a few minutes to get to this attraction on the northern cusp of the Bois de Boulogne. This is music to children’s ears as they’ll be treated to rollercoasters, fairground rides, a miniature train, mini golf and animal attractions. The Jardin d’Acclimatation was opened by Napoleon III in 1860 and still has an traditional air about it: There are landscaped gardens, many of the buildings go back to the 19th century and a lot of the entertainment is old-school and innocent, so think pony rides and puppet shows. ”
“Metro line 9 just 3min away. Bakeries, cafés, bistrots, Monop' and Franprix grocery stores. Starbucks at the corner with rue du faubourg saint honoré. Printemps & Lafayette 3 stops away or walk!”