Welcome to the city of lights, and its most spectacular synagogue
Dear Visitor,

Welcome to the Great synagogue of Paris. Also known as « La Victoire synagogue », it is the largest synagogue in France, and impresses every visitor by its spectacular dimensions and sheer magnificence. Built in 1874 by the chief architect of the city of Paris, Alfred-Philibert Aldrophe, with the financial support of the Rothschild family, the synagogue provided Parisian jews with a place of worship that reflected the community’s tremendous demographic, economic and cultural development at the end of the 19th century. It can seat over 1,800 people, and since its inception, services have been conducted according to the Ashkenazi-Alsacian tradition.

La Victoire synagogue has been at the center of Parisian Jewish life for over 135 years, during which it has witnessed every twist and turn in the community’s history, including tragic events such as the Dreyfus affair, or the deportations during the Holocaust. After the war, much effort has been made to preserve its religious, artistic and cultural heritage, and today, La Victoire is more than ever at the forefront of Jewish life in France. It serves as a setting for all official ceremonies with members of the government; it is also the official seat of the Chief Rabbi of France, where he is formally introduced.

We would be delighted to welcome you to our synagogue, and hope the information below will help you make your stay in Paris easy and enjoyable.


Services
Please note that the synagogue will be closed (weekdays only) in August due to the summer holiday. It will nevertheless remain open for Friday night and Shabbat services.

  • Friday night service: 7:30 p.m.
  • Shabbat morning service: 9:30 a.m. (with the presence of our Cantor and the Choir)
  • Shabbat Mincha service: 4h45. p.m. (followed by Seuda Shlishit and Ma’ariv)
  • Weekday morning services: 7:45 a.m.
  • Sunday morning service: 8:30 a.m.
  • Weekday evening services: 6:30 p.m.


Eruv

Please note that there is no Eruv in Paris.


Friday night dinner in Paris

Starting November 21, the Great synagogue of La Victoire will open its doors
every Friday nights for a delicious Shabbat dinner.

Open to everyone (singles, tourists, families…) without age distinction or level of Jewish practice, you’ll enjoy a great evening in a very beautiful setting.

The cost is
20 Euros. Please reserve before Wednesday 12 PM.

Kabbalat Shabbat starts at 6:30 PM with Rabbi Moshe Sebbag and President Jacques Canet. Kiddush and meal will follow right after with Glatt Kosher catering.

So please join us to celebrate a unique and warm Shabbat dinner.

You must sign up on this link:
https://www.weezevent.com/la-victoire-du-chabat

For more information, please contact us at: synavictoire@gmail.com

Synagogue de la Victoire
44, rue de la Victoire
75009 Paris




Hotels

Luxury
Grand Hotel
2 rue Scribe, 75009 Paris
+33 (1) 40 07 32 32
10 mn walk to Shul
Park Hyatt Hotel
5 rue de la Paix, 75002 Paris
+33 (1) 58 61 12 34
15 mn walk to Shul
Westin Hotel
3 rue de Castiglione, 75001 Paris
+33 (1) 44 77 11 11
20 mn walk to Shul

First Class
Radisson Ambassador
16 Blvd. Haussmann, 75009 Paris
+33 (1) 44 83 40 40
8 mn walk to Shul
Millenium Hotel
12 Blvd. Haussmann, 75009 Paris
+33 (1) 49 49 16 00
8 mn walk to Shul
Hotel Banke
20 rue Lafayette, 75009 Paris
+33 (1) 55 33 22 22
3 mn walk to Shul

Comfort
Hotel Lorette
36 rue N. Dame de Lorette, 75009
+33 (1) 42 85 18 81
5 mn walk to Shul
Hotel Opera Franklin
19 rue Buffault, 75009 Paris
+33 (1) 42 80 27 27
5 mn walk to Shul
Hotel Aida Opera
11 rue Richer, 75009 Paris
+33 (1) 45 23 11 11
10 mn walk to Shul

Budget
Hotel Opera Cadet
24 Rue Cadet, 75009 Paris
+33 (1) 53 34 50 50
8 mn walk to Shul



Restaurants

Fine dining (meat)
Kavod
26 rue Jean Mermoz, 75008 Paris
01 42 25 65 26
Champs Elysées
Brasserie du Belvedere
109 ave. de Villiers, 75017 Paris
01 47 64 96 55
Perreire
Nini
24, rue Saussier Leroy 75017 Paris
01 46 22 28 93
Perreire

Casual (meat)
Doloren Cafe
45 Ave. de Friedland, 75008 Paris
01 43 59 38 26‎
Champs Elysées
Le 16 ‘Art
138 rue de la Pompe 75016 Paris
01 44 05 08 08
Victor Hugo

Dairy
Inte Cafe
22 Rue Cambacérès, 75008 Paris
01 40 07 03 90‎
Champs Elysées
Il Conte
47 Ave. R.Poincaré, 75016 Paris
01 47 27 98 40‎
Victor Hugo
Il Palazzo
17 Rue La Fayette, 75009 Paris
01 48 74 60 31‎
Opera (near Shul)

World Cuisine
Izaaki (japanese)
35, Rue La Fayette 75009 Paris
01 53 16 43 48
Opera (near Shul)
Le Shine (sushi)
78 Avenue des Ternes, Paris
01 40 68 01 01
Péreire

Snacks
Korcarz (dairy)
29 Rue des Rosiers, 75004 Paris
01 48 58 33 45
Marais
Micky’s deli (burgers)
23 Bis Rue des Rosiers 75004 Paris
01 48 04 79 31
Marais


A complete listing of Kosher restaurants in Paris can be found on the following websites:
  • www.mangercacher.com
  • www.123cacher.com




Mikve

176 rue du Temple, 75003 Paris. Tel: +33 (1) 42 71 89 28


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