The second arrondissement of Paris, former textile wholesalers' quarter named "Le Sentier", has been transformed into "Silicon Sentier". However, thanks to the rue Montorgueil and the covered passageways of the 19th century, such as the Choiseul Gallery, the Passage des Princes, the Passage du Grand-Cerf, the Passage des Panoramas and the Galerie Vivienne, this "smallest district of Paris" has kept his historical side. The Opera-Comique is an architectural gem where you can discover Offenbach and the like, with wonderful Operettes. The splendid Place des Victoires recalls the omnipotence of the "sun king" Louis XIV. Also discover Japanese cuisine all along St. Anne's Street. And finally, the "Fury Room" -a new concept of "stress relief" from Japan- to relieve you from all urban rage, if any!