Time Out says
If you fancy watching a Fritz Lang film, listening to a concerto by Bach or taking in a photography expo by G. Roland Biermann, head to the Goethe Institut on avenue d’Iéna. Founded in 1951, the foundation does more than just promote the German language; it promotes German culture by offering a particularly good selection of films, theatre performances, concerts (both classical and modern), photo exhibitions and debates.
You can sign up for German language classes too. The ‘Speak Dating’ events (free evenings of conversation exchanges between French and German speakers) are particularly good fun and a great way to both meet new people and brush up on your French and German. Although aimed primarily at students, anyone can enrol.
Want to carry on the German theme? Hop on the Métro (to Faidherbe Chaligny or Charonne) and grab a beer and currywurst at Café Titon.
17 Avenue d'Iéna
|Transport:||Métro: Boissière, Iéna|
|Opening hours:||Mon-Fri 9am-9pm; Sat 9am-2pm|