Between the Centre Pompidou and Place de la République
Temple Alizés is in the heart of the Temple district, which is now the home to an army of costume jewellery and fashion accessories wholesalers. You will find it just before where Rue du Temple (one way street) intersects with Rue des Gravilliers and Rue Pastourelle. It is an underground car park, extending three floors down with the reception on level -1, near the lift. Entry and exit are always possible thanks to the intercom, which you will find at the entrances and on the pay machines.
There are some fascinating places to stop by and have a nose around. The National Conservatory of Arts and Crafts is a prestigious higher education institution, mostly for those looking to be engineers. There is a museum attached where you can admire some of the weird and wonderful inventions that have been collected over the years, ever since 1794! For the slightly less mechanical, you can see some beautiful works of art at the Centre Pompidou and the Picasso museum, or check out Carnavalet museum or The Cirque d'Hiver.
Metro: Rambuteau (Line 11); Arts et Metiers (line 3 and 11)
RER: Châtelet (lines A, B and D)
Rue du Temple 132
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