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Due to work on the high-speed line in The Netherlands, trains will not stop at the Schiphol station.

The Schiphol station can only be reached by local trains departing from Rotterdam. To reach Paris, Brussels or Antwerp, you must purchase a ticket from Rotterdam. Print then your travel confirmation to travel free between Rotterdam and Schiphol. This will be your ticket.

We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

The Thalys International Team

Select Rotterdam station

Due to work on the high-speed line in The Netherlands, trains will not stop at the Schiphol station.

The Schiphol station can only be reached by local trains departing from Rotterdam. To reach Schiphol, you must then purchase a ticket to Rotterdam. Print then your travel confirmation to travel free between Rotterdam and Schiphol. This will be your ticket.

We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

The Thalys International Team

Select Rotterdam station

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Le Divan du monde
75, rue des Martyrs
Paris
+ 33 (0) 140050699
www.divandumonde.com


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The Divan du Monde is the former hangout of Toulouse Lautrec and Picasso perched on the heights of Montmartre. It's now become a hall for concerts and creative artistic exhibits. Enter a world full of history with an "Art Nouveau revisited" decor and impeccable acoustics.

Le Divan du Monde: an eclectic programme

Formerly a cabaret where Baudelaire slummed it in the 19th century, the Divan was renovated in 2009 to enhance sound and image, notably with a panoramic screen. The 500-seat hall has a mezzanine that can be partitioned and rearranged depending on the events. Concerts, live shows, dance, multimedia performances, DJ evenings…the programme is very diverse.
Le Divan du Monde: A hall that's reinvented itself History and memories float in the spirit of the place! The hall has reinvented itself many times over the years to adapt to Parisian audiences. It was a dance hall at the beginning of the 19th century, a brasserie in 1861, a café-concert in 1873 then an avantgarde striptease hall where Toulouse-Lautrec and Pablo Picasso hung out. In the 20th century, it was first the Théâtre de la Comédie mondaine before becoming a cinema specialising in pornographic movies. It then changed its name to the current "Divan du Monde" and is used primarily as a concert hall. Ask for the programme!
Brigitte, 39 MOTHER

Mother, bohemian and Parisian, I love Paris' cosmopolitan side and warmth. Exhibitions, walks, outings with the children...I'll take you on a discovery of the most welcoming places in Paris. My little extra: with my love of food as my compass, I always set course for the best lemon tarts in the city.

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