We have selected a few addresses for you where the famous mythical couple of "I love you, me neither" liked to go.
Serge Gainsbourg's house
5 rue de Verneuil, 75006 Paris
In this quiet little street is the last home of the artist, where he lived from 1969 until his death. The house is kept as it is by his daughter Charlotte, but is not open to visitors. On the other hand, if you go to the rue de Verneuil, you will discover on the wall of the enclosure of the house many graffiti, quotes and messages of affection in homage to this poet of French song.
The Paris bistro
33 rue de Lille, 75007 Paris
One of Serge's most popular bistros. It is said that he used to discreetly give the waiters substantial tips of 500 francs (75€). If you go there, ask for table 46, which was the one reserved for Gainsbourg. Who knows, you might find a lost “little piece of paper” there, from Serge to Jane.
The Emerald Hotel
4 rue Saint Julien Le Pauvre, 75005 Paris
Bucolic atmosphere, stone wall and exposed beams, located close to Notre Dame, this small hotel was the symbolic place of the union between Jane Birkin and Serge Gainsbourg. They say they spent their first night together in one of his rooms…
13 rue des Beaux-Arts, 75006 Paris
Jane Birkin and Serge Gainsbourg will live in this small five-star hotel for an entire year, punctuated by love and music. This is also where Gainsbourg composed the album "Histoire de Melody Nelson" in 1971. Without spending a whole year there, take the time to stop there for a coffee or a drink.