Bercy Village consists largely of small wine warehouses from the late 19th century. The tracks seen in the paved courtyard above were originally used to transport barrels of wine in and out of the warehouses. For more than a century and up until 1960, the Bercy neighborhood was a vast wine market.
Although some may complain that this has become a tourist attraction with its shops, bars, and restaurants, the architecture has been preserved (along with the rail tracks), and it has the feel of a historic village. It is at the southeast end of Le Parc de Bercy and is easily accessed by Line 14, Métro Cour St. Émilion.