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In this area of Paris, it’s no surprise that parking is particularly difficult. Indeed, in the 1st arrondissement of Paris parking places are rare, expensive, and limited to two hours. Beyond two hours, you will have to move your vehicle ... which is practically impossible to do when you’re being dazzled by the wonders of the Comedie-Française. So make sure that you’re not going to miss the start of your show going round in circles looking for somewhere to park. With Parclick, you can decide where you want to park and for how long, perfect for a night at the theatre, right?
The Comédie-Français located in the Palais Royal, in the Salle Richelieu, right in the heart of Paris. Founded in 1680 by order of Louis XIV, the Théâtre-Français has a permanent troupe of actors: the troupe of the Comedians-Français. The Richelieu room can accommodate more than 800 spectators and has been used by the Comédie-Française since the 18th century. Before you go, you should know the Comedie-Française troupe’s motto - it’s Simul et singulis: "to be together and to be oneself". Nowadays, the troupe is made up of nearly sixty people. They normally put on performances from the greats such as Molière and Shakespeare.
We highly recommend going to see a performance at this ancient theatre in Paris - as tickets are not as pricey as you might think! It’s not uncommon to bag a ticket for under €10. So for that price you can see the beautiful interior and take in a world-class play - pretty great right! But you don’t speak French? Well we’re sure that the beauty of the venue and the quality of the acting is sure to transcend any language barriers there may be!
The Comédie-Française is one of the most famous theatres in Paris and has become an icon of the city. Although it has been called the House of Molière, Molière died just years before its completion.
Finally, the Comédie-Française theatre features a museum-library not only containing a large collection of books, but also numerous paintings and sculptures.
Around the Comédie-Française, you can also enjoy the Palais Royal Theatre, the Museum of Decorative Arts and, of course, the famous Louvre Palace. If you’re planning on visiting Paris’ 1st Arrondissement, then save yourself the hassle of looking for somewhere to park, and book your parking with Parclick!