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Eiffel Tower
@mariahernan-gomez
Lights 8 to 1 am. Lights up the first five minutes of every hour . FYI, the Eiffel Tower is sparkles only at 11 pm. It can be late and sometimes early.
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Arc de Triomphe
@mariahernan-gomez
The Arc de Triomphe was build in the beginning of the 19th century. It was build in honour of Napoleon and his victory at Austerlitz. The Arc de Triomphe is now best known as a memorial site of the First World War. Because a monument has been built under the arch. The price of an entrance ticket to the monument at Place Charles de Gaulle is 13 euros. The visit is free if certain conditions are met: -18 years old, 18-25 years EU and permanent resident outside the EU, unemployed, disabled and accompanying. I recommend visiting at opening (to avoid lines) or in the evening for sunset.
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Galeries Lafayette Haussmann
@margheritabianchini
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Arc de Triomphe
@margheritabianchini
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Champs-Élysées
@margheritabianchini
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Galerie Vivienne
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La Maison d’Isabelle
@margheritabianchini
A delicius, small and home made bakery where you will find THE BEST "croissant" and "chousson au pomme".
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Du Pain et des Idées
@margheritabianchini
Located in the Canal Saint-Martin neighborhood, this bakery is celebrated for its traditional and inventive breads and pastries. Their iconic "escargot" pastries and buttery croissants are particularly beloved.
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Les Saveurs du Pain
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L'amuse gueule
@margheritabianchini
Try their local club sandwich
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Au Rocher de Cancale
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Bouillon Chartier Grands Boulevards
@margheritabianchini
Chartier is a historic brasserie known for its traditional French dishes and reasonable prices. The menu features classics like steak frites, roast chicken, and French onion soup.
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Au pied de fouet Restaurant Traditionnel
@margheritabianchini
Le Pied de Fouet is a cozy brasserie that serves reasonably priced French comfort food.
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Bar des Ferrailleurs
@margheritabianchini
This bar is in a MUST NIGHT LIFE road
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Le Caveau de la Huchette
@mariahernan-gomez
Jazz club
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Le Duc des Lombards
@mariahernan-gomez
Jazz club
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Le Baiser Salé
@mariahernan-gomez
jazz club
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Canal Saint-Martin
@jessicahernandez
IF YOU LOVE the movie, Amelie, this is YOUR spot! Take a relaxing stroll along this picturesque canal, which is lined with trendy shops and cafes. You can also enjoy a picnic or watch the boats go by from one of the many bridges.
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Tuileries Garden
@jessicahernandez
Take a picnic in one of Paris’s parks or gardens: Pack up some delicious French treats and enjoy them al fresco style amongst the greenery of one of Paris’s lovely parks or gardens. My favourite is this one!
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La Maison d’Isabelle
@Voyagewithmc
Needless to say, their croissants are not to be missed. The buttery and delectable aroma wafts through the air the moment you step out of the metro. Another honourary mention includes the Vanilla Tart, which was a sweet and creamy treat that we really enjoyed as well.
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Marché des Enfants Rouges
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Canal Saint Martin
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Bonjour Jacob Canal Saint Martin Coffee I Magazine I Vinyl
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Officine Universelle Buly 1803
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Viaduc des Arts
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The Centre Pompidou
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Pagoda Paris
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Louis Vuitton Foundation
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Maison Européenne de la Photographie
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Shakespeare and Company
@jonathannoahnavarro
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Ober Mamma
@natacha
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The Hood
@natacha
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Passage des Panoramas
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Gyoza Bar
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Chez Lui
@natacha
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Le Servan
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Le Perchoir Marais
@TheQueenFatimainParis
This rooftop bar offers great views from the center of the city!
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La Recyclerie
@TheQueenFatimainParis
Cool diversity of mocktails and cocktails!
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The Cambridge Public House
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Galeries Lafayette Rooftop
@TheQueenFatimainParis
It’s nice for a quick photo! I don’t think the outdoor cafe is available in the winter time.
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Madame Rêve Café
@TheQueenFatimainParis
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Chez Janou
@clar_a
one of my fav restaurants in Paris, very traditional dishes. the chocolate mousse is the highlight ✨✨✨✨ soooo big and perfect to share!
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Polidor
@clar_a
traditional French dishes like duck confit and boeuf bourguignon and local atmosphere
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Bouillon Chartier
@clar_a
French cuisine with really affordable prices and great quality
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Café Varenne
@clar_a
a friend who lived in Paris for years told me to order the French fries cause it was the best in town. and so I did 😋 and so you should! 🤌
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Le Relais de L’Entrecôte
@clar_a
the most famous entrêcote in Paris. be ready to wait in the huge lines outside the restaurant or make sure to arrive as early as possible to avoid it. the don't make reservations.
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Derrière
@clar_a
traditional French cuisine and super cool and instagrammable spot
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Chez Alain Miam Miam
@clar_a
very famous restaurant. just "à emporter": to buy and eat on the street. very small inside
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Folderol
@clar_a
they only sell wine & ice cream <3 cool and instagramable spot
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Miznon
@clar_a
the food is amazing and so are the sauces 😋 pita sandwiches and all you can eat cauliflowers
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Brasserie Lipp
@clar_a
very traditional and a great option for those who want to taste local food
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Dumbo Petites-Écuries
@clar_a
smash burgers | perfect for delivery or take away
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Food Society Paris
@clar_a
a cool space with a variety of different cuisines from around the world. many cool events throughout the weeknights, so check out their socials to keep updated!
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Cédric Grolet Opéra
@clar_a
if you're lucky you will get to try the most famous desserts in Paris on tiktok 🤣 be ready to pay more than you would in local pastry shops
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L'Épicier
@clar_a
speakeasy bar
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Lavomatic
@clar_a
speakeasy bar
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Maison Bayat
@clar_a
handmade boulangerie with plenty of fresh options
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Marché des Enfants Rouges
@clar_a
it has been there for 400 years and is perfect for finding fresh, local produce
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10ème Ciel - Rooftop Bar Paris
@clar_a
rooftop bar overlooking the eiffel tower
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Café des Deux Moulins
@clar_a
a must for Amélie Poulin lovers. 📍where some of the movie scenes was recorded.
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At the end of Rue de l'Université
@czphoneshome
This is one of the most instagrammable spots of the Eiffel Tower! You have the beautiful Parisian balconies lining the streets and a park right at the foot of the tower! It’s really beautiful and probably my top spot for photos! 📸 To find this spot, type in Rue de l'Université into your maps and you'll notice right at the end of the street is the Eiffel Tower - this is where you want to take your shots!
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Champ de Mars
@czphoneshome
This is the go-to place when visiting the Eiffel Tower! It’s the long strip of grass right at the base of the tower! And this is where you'll see most people taking their photos. People come here to relax, picnic, play music and hang out! It’s also a great spot to watch the sunset and watch the tower when it’s all lit up! ✨
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Trocadéro Gardens
@czphoneshome
This is a really great spot to get a complete view of the Eiffel Tower because it is directly across the street! There are fountains, green spaces and a building that offers a great viewpoint and photo spot! Most tour buses make a point of stopping here. The gardens are also where they will host events on special occasions! 🎉 So keep that in mind because at certain times of the year, the area might be closed or blocked by construction!
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Catacombs of Paris
@czphoneshome
It took me FOREVER to cross this spot off my bucket list because getting tickets is really quite tricky. They only publish tickets one week in advance and they sell out quite quickly! 💀 This excursion is a bit pricier than the others, its regular adult rate is 29 euros per person! Online, there are last-minute ticket deals if they have tickets left the day of, they will be cheaper, however like I said above, for the past 2 or 3 times I've visited Paris I have tried visiting and every time there were no tickets left. I only got to go this past time because I marked on my calendar to remind myself to book one week in advance! Highly recommend doing this, especially in peak season!
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The CENTQUATRE-PARIS
@czphoneshome
This is a cultural centre and an arts space! They often have really cool exhibitions! Last time I was there they had an exhibition on optical illusions! I’d recommend checking out what exhibitions are on during your visit in Paris! 🎨
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Paradis Latin
@czphoneshome
On my most recent visit to Paris I visited the Moulin Rouge and LOVED IT! However locals have since told me that it’s the most touristy of the cabaret shows, and that Paradis Latin is actually attended by Parisians and locals alike. Their show is also equally as iconic and traditional! 💃🏼 Personal experience: I ADORED my experience at the Moulin Rouge but it was quite expensive! The Paradis Latin prices are much cheaper so perhaps consider this location if you’re interested in a cabaret show (but I still think once in your life, you should see a show in the Moulin Rouge). To give you an idea: our Moulin Rouge tickets cost 111 euros per person and we went to the late show (11 pm) on a Monday night without drinks. The Paradis Latin show is around 80 euros per person without drinks earlier in the evening (9 pm).
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Le Moulin de la Galette
@czphoneshome
During one of my visits to Montmartre, this was the spot we chose to sit down and enjoy a drink! And what a place to choose! It’s one of the only remaining windmills left in Montmartre and was the backdrop to a pretty well-known painting by Renoir (check out the link below) 👇
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Odette
@czphoneshome
Odette is the sweetest cafe within walking distance from the Notre Dam! It's nestled in a little historic corner of Paris - right around the corner from the Shakespeare and Co. Bookshop! They’re famous for their choux pastries, they are FABULOUS! 🤤
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Chez Papa Jazz Club
@czphoneshome
If you’re interested in a place with a lot of ambiance and character, go to Chez Papa! It’s a jazz bar/restaurant that serves delicious food and plays amazing live music every evening! 🎶 We didn't have any reservations and luckily grabbed the last table on the balcony. We stayed for hours, enjoying our meal and just listening to music. It is a really cool place and the service was amazing as well!
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Chez Janou
@czphoneshome
I really wanted to eat here for one reason and one reason alone - their mousse! They are known for having AMAZING chocolate mousse!
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Le Bon Marché
@czphoneshome
This is actually the first department store that ever opened - in the world, so it’s historically really significant! My personal favourite corner is the food section, it is massive but is the prettiest grocery store I've probably ever seen! It has everything you could ever need (of course, at a very high price!) 🥘 They also are known for their festive decorations!
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Original Chanel shop
@czphoneshome
Not too far from the Haussmann shopping area is the original Chanel store! It is very high end and there’s always a line to get in but it’s the iconic shop for luxury! 👒 I personally find it cool to see the birthplace of such an iconic name and brand! It's more of a historical monument in my opinion than a store!!
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Place des Vosges
@joseginevra
It's the oldest square in Paris and in my opinion one of the most beautifull. It is surrounded by red stoned buildings, full of cafes and shops making it a really cool and interesting place to wonder around and take pictures. Near this square you will find one of my favorites restaurants in Paris: Dice Café
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Cour et Jardin de l'Hôtel de Sully
@joseginevra
The Cour et Jardin de l'Hôtel de Sully is a hidden gem. This charming courtyard and garden offer a tranquil escape from the city's hustle and bustle. Surrounded by the elegant architecture of Hôtel de Sully, it's a peaceful oasis where visitors can relax and admire the 17th-century mansion's stunning facade.
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Rue des Rosiers
@joseginevra
Rue des Rosiers is the vibrant heart of the historic Jewish Quarter in Le Marais, Paris. This bustling street is famous for its delicious falafel restaurants (the original is L'As du Falafel), kosher bakeries, and unique boutiques. From this street you can enter a small garden: Jardin des Rosters Joseph Migneret
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Rue Vieille-du-Temple
@joseginevra
Rue Vieille du Temple is another charming street in Le Marais, known for its trendy boutiques, stylish cafes, and historic architecture; Offering a blend of modern and classic Parisian charm. Perfect for leisurely strolls, shopping, and enjoying the local atmosphere.
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Musée National Picasso-Paris
@joseginevra
This museum is dedicated to the life and work of the legendary artist Pablo Picasso. It houses an exceptional collection of Picasso's masterpieces, including paintings, sculptures, drawings, and more. The tickets cost around 13 euros. It's not a big museum so it won't take you a lot of time, I really recommend it if you are an art lover.
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Rue de Sévigné
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Yes, another street. I think is key to have marked the coolest streets in a neighborhood, so that you don't miss anything. You will probably discover more streets to fall in love with in Le Marais, but I'm telling you my favorites. Strolling along this historic street, you'll find a mix of culture, shopping, and Parisian ambiance.
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Musée Carnavalet
@joseginevra
This is a free museum and it is a really beautiful building, with some gorgeous gardens inside. The museum offers a journey through the city's history with an impressive collection of artifacts, paintings, and exhibits. If you don't want to make the visit, just enter to the gardens and you'll find a really nice restaurant. I don't recommend you to order food there, but better have some coffee and patisseries. It is a very cool spot for taking pictures.
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Cour Damoye
@joseginevra
Cour Damoye is a picturesque courtyard in Le Marais. This hidden gem is known for its charming cobblestone pavement, historic buildings, and a tranquil atmosphere. You can explore the courtyard's unique boutiques, galleries, and cafés, making it a delightful spot for a leisurely stroll.
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Rue Crémieux
@joseginevra
Although it's not in the third district, Rue Crémieux is a charming cobblestone street, known for its colorful houses and a distinct, almost Mediterranean, atmosphere. It's a hidden gem perfect for leisurely walks and Instagram-worthy photos.
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Marché Bastille
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Every Thursday and Sunday, from 7 am to 3 pm, Boulevard Richard Lenoir transforms into a vibrant marketplace. Local vendors gather to offer a wide array of fresh produce, including seafood, meat, poultry, charcuterie, cheese, olives, fruits, vegetables, and flowers. This bustling market is not only a place to shop but also a social hub where the community comes together to connect with the producers and each other
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Library Forney
@joseginevra
It's a pretty cool building, originally a medieval hotel, built between 1475 and 1519.
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Rue des Barres
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The street's narrow, cobblestone lanes and quaint architecture exude old-world charm. It's a favorite spot for those seeking a glimpse into Paris's past, with some of its buildings dating back to the medieval period.
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Rue Nicolas Flamel
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The street is lined with well-preserved, centuries-old buildings that showcase classic Parisian architectural styles. Walking along this street feels like stepping back in time. It's a cool street for taking photos because you have the Saint-Jaques Tower at the end of it
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Conciergerie
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La Conciergerie is a historic palace turned prison located on the Île de la Cité in Paris. It is famous for its role during the French Revolution and as the place where Marie Antoinette was held before her execution. Visitors can explore its medieval halls, the Marie Antoinette exhibit, and the reconstructed prison cells. Ticket prices: - Adults: €10 - Free admission for visitors under 18 (with family) - The Paris Museum Pass grants access to La Conciergerie
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Rue Chanoinesse
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A hidden gem in this part of the city, Rue Chanoinesse is a charming, narrow street nestled in the heart of the historic Île de la Cité in Paris. It's known for its picturesque cobblestone pavement, medieval architecture, and tranquil atmosphere. Lined with quaint houses, blooming flowerpots.
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L'As du Fallafel
@joseginevra
Known as one of the best falafel in town, this place is one of the most famous spots in Le Marais. There's usually a line, but it's worth it (and goes pretty fast). Perfect if you don't want to sit down for lunch and prefer something budget-friendly.
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DICE Caffè
@joseginevra
One of my favorite restaurants in Paris. They have a menu that changes every week. It's a mix of Italian and French food, perfectly accomplished. It has very few tables so that makes the service impecable. They have a lunch menu for 20 euros (starter and main course or main course and dessert) or for 24 euros ( starter, main and dessert). Dinner is " a la carte".
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Le Petit Marché
@joseginevra
It looks like a typical French restaurant, but they serve Asian-style food, creating a kind of fusion cuisine, pretty interesting. Really good service and price-quality ratio.
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Orgueil
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Definetively a must in Paris. Although is not in Le Marais, it's pretty near. The ambience is super nice, and they serve a modern French cuisine. Prices are super correct for Paris and you even have lunch menus for 22-27 euros depending if you have 2 course or 3 course menu. If you are looking for even a more exclusive dine experience, you can eat in their "Speakeasy" (or have lunch only on weekends). The dinner 7 course menu is 74 euros plus 42 euros for the wine pairing. (optional). You have to make a reservation for this.
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Griffon
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This restaurant boasts an inviting decor and a delightful terrace where you can dine al fresco. Offering delicious cuisine at reasonable prices, it's the perfect spot for a satisfying meal. They also offer brunch on weekends.
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Back in Black
@joseginevra
Pretty cool coffee and tasty food.
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Café Berry
@joseginevra
Super cool cafe, with great coffee and patisseries. You can have a nice brunch here too
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Glaces Moustache Paris le Marais
@joseginevra
One of the best ice-creams in the neighborhood.
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GRAMME PARIS 3
@joseginevra
Amazing coffee and amazing food in this little cool cafe in the heart of Le Marais.
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Shakespeare and Company
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Located in the heart of Paris near Notre-Dame Cathedral, Shakespeare and Company is a legendary English-language bookstore and café. It has been a sanctuary for writers, readers, and artists for generations. The bookshop is known for its vast collection of English literature, while the café provides a cozy spot for enjoying a cup of coffee and a good book.
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Place Vendôme
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Place Vendôme is a prestigious square located in the 1st arrondissement of Paris, known for its elegance, luxury boutiques, and historical significance. It's famous for its stunning column in the center, the Vendôme Column, which was erected by Napoleon Bonaparte to commemorate his victories.
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Musée d'Orsay
@joseginevra
Housed in a grand Beaux-Arts railway station, the Musée d'Orsay is one of Paris's premier art museums. It features an extraordinary collection of Impressionist and Post-Impressionist masterpieces by renowned artists such as Monet, Van Gogh, and Degas. Visitors can admire these iconic works in an elegant and historic setting while exploring the evolution of art from the 19th to the early 20th century. With its world-class collection and stunning architecture, the Musée d'Orsay offers an enriching cultural experience in the heart of Paris
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Rue Saint-Honoré
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Rue Saint-Honoré is a prestigious and fashionable street in the heart of Paris, located in the 1st arrondissement. It is celebrated for its luxury boutiques, high-end fashion houses, and exquisite designer stores. Alongside its fashionable reputation, Rue Saint-Honoré also boasts historic architecture and a vibrant atmosphere.
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La Samaritaine
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La Samaritaine is a historic Parisian department store located in the 1st arrondissement, near the Seine River. Founded in 1870, it is known for its striking Art Nouveau and Art Deco architecture. After an extensive renovation, La Samaritaine reopened in 2021 as a luxury shopping complex. Visitors can explore its elegant boutiques, gourmet food hall, rooftop terrace with panoramic views, and enjoy a mix of high-end shopping and French culture in this iconic retail destination.
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Rue de Rivoli
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Rue de Rivoli is one of Paris's most famous and iconic streets, running through the heart of the city. It stretches from the Place de la Concorde to the Place de la Bastille, passing by notable landmarks like the Louvre Museum and the Hôtel de Ville (City Hall). Rue de Rivoli is renowned for its historic architecture, upscale boutiques, cafes, and grand hotels. It offers a blend of shopping, culture, and Parisian elegance, making it a must-visit destination.
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Galerie Vivienne
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Galérie Vivienne is one of Paris's hidden gems, a beautifully preserved covered arcade located in the 2nd arrondissement. Dating back to the 19th century, it boasts exquisite mosaic floors, intricate ironwork, and a charming ambiance. This historic passage is home to unique boutiques, quaint cafes, and antique shops, making it a delightful spot for shopping and leisurely strolls.
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Rue Bachaumont
@joseginevra
This is a typical example of a cute street I discovered by strolling the city. Just beautiful boutiques and architecture
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Rue Montorgueil
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Rue Montorgueil is a vibrant and historic street located in the 2nd arrondissement of Paris. Known for its lively atmosphere, it's a popular destination for both locals and tourists. The street is lined with an array of bakeries, cafes, gourmet shops, and restaurants, offering a delightful mix of French culinary delights.
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Le Shack
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Located in what used to be a publishing house, this place is truly unique. It offers meticulously crafted dishes that will delight you. In addition to the delicious food, it's also a perfect spot to take a break with a delightful coffee. Its special atmosphere, steeped in history, adds an extra touch of charm to your culinary experience.
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ROOF Paris
@joseginevra
This place has really unique views. I would recommend to go and have some drinks, because it can be a little bit overpriced, but it is typical for cool terraces in Paris. You should make reservations and you should be dressed properly.
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The Printemps Rooftop Terrace
@joseginevra
This place offers great views, including the iconic Eiffel Tower. I recommend going for some drinks at sunset.
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Le Gavroche Bar à vins
@joseginevra
If you want to try local cuisine, in a non-touristy ambience this is a great place. Typical French cuisine, in a typical French resto.
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Les Antiquaires
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Typical French food in a really nice decorated Bistro. They offer Brunch on weekends.
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Pizzeria Popolare
@joseginevra
One of Paris most famous pizzerias. They offer really good food, in a cool ambience. Make reservations if you don't want to make a line to wait for a table. Be aware that they offer big tables to sit on.
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Shana
@joseginevra
Really cute and intimate place. Food is amazing and the service is great. Pretty good wine selection.
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Grand Palais
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The Gran Palais hosts a wide range of events, including art exhibitions, fashion shows, and cultural gatherings. The Grand Palais is not only a hub for artistic expression but also a symbol of Parisian elegance and creativity. Whether you're exploring its exhibitions or admiring its grand glass dome from the outside, it's a must-visit destination for those seeking cultural enrichment and architectural beauty in the City of Light. It will reopen in 2024 after 3 years of renovations
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Place de la Concorde
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Place de la Concorde is a magnificent square in the heart of Paris, located at the end of the Champs-Élysées. It's celebrated for its striking Egyptian obelisk and grand fountains. It's a hub for cultural events, celebrations, and a picturesque spot to admire Paris's beauty and landmarks, with the Eiffel Tower in the distance.
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Rue Cler
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Rue Cler is a charming pedestrian street located in the 7th arrondissement of Paris. It's renowned for its picturesque market atmosphere and a delightful array of shops, cafes, and specialty food stores. It's perfect for buying some food and head up to the Eiffel Tower for a picnic at sunset.
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avenue Rapp
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Avenue Rapp is a grand and elegant street located in the 7th arrondissement of Paris. It is celebrated for its iconic Parisian architecture, including beautiful Haussmannian buildings and well-preserved facades. The avenue is home to various diplomatic residences, art galleries, and upscale boutiques. You can get pretty nice views of the Tower from here
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Rue Saint-Dominique
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Rue Saint-Dominique is a bustling street located in the 7th arrondissement. This lively avenue is famous for its mix of traditional Parisian charm and modern convenience. It's lined with a diverse array of shops, cafes, bakeries, and restaurants offering a wide range of culinary delights, from classic French pastries to international cuisine. It also offers nice views of the Tower
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Rue de la Huchette
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Rue de la Huchette offers a taste of the lively and eclectic atmosphere of the Latin Quarter and is an ideal location to immerse yourself in Parisian culture, enjoy delicious food, and experience the city's nightlife.
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Cour du Commerce Saint-André
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Cour du Commerce Saint-André is a hidden gem in the Latin Quarter, offering a glimpse into the artistic and intellectual history of Paris. It's a place where history, literature, and the charm of Paris come together in a delightful setting.
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Rue Mouffetard
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Rue Mouffetard is famous for its quaint, cobblestone-paved streets and vibrant atmosphere. It exudes a village-like ambiance in the heart of Paris and is a favorite among both locals and tourists. The street is known for its daily market, where you can find an array of fresh produce, artisanal goods, and international cuisine. As this quarter is full of students, restaurants tend to be cheaper.
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Jardin des Plantes
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The Jardin des Plantes is a historic botanical garden. Within the garden, you'll find the Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle (National Museum of Natural History), which houses an extensive collection of specimens, fossils, and exhibits on natural history. The Jardin des Plantes also hosts the Ménagerie du Jardin des Plantes, one of the oldest zoos in the world. It's home to a variety of animals, including big cats, primates, and birds.
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CÈPE ET FIGUE
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Cute restaurant, serving really good food at faire prices.
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Brasserie Des Prés
@joseginevra
The dishes are delicious, generous, and affordable. They have vegetarian options. The place is magnificent, spread across 3 floors with a bar on the top floor. It is located in a small alley away from the road.
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Polidor
@joseginevra
If you wan't to travel back in time, this is a good place. This restaurant appears in the movie "Midnight in Paris". It serves typical French cuisine and prices are pretty good too.
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La Pie Noir
@joseginevra
Small family restaurant serving authentic French food at good prices.
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+82 PARIS
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Cute corean coffee. Super interesting desserts and pastries
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Palace of Versailles
@joseginevra
You can do a self guided tour or a tour with a guide. Check the website for the time and language of your preference.
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Hall of Mirrors
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If you decide to enter the palace, you must not miss this hall. It is adorned with 17 large arched mirrors on one side, reflecting the adjacent windows that overlook the beautiful Gardens of Versailles, and on the other side, it features painted scenes depicting important events in French history. It was the site of several significant events, including the signing of the Treaty of Versailles in 1919, which marked the end of World War I. The hall has witnessed various royal ceremonies and celebrations throughout its history.
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Place du Tertre
@joseginevra
The most famous square in Montmartre. It's a small cobblestone square filled with cafes, street musicians, and artists who paint portraits of visitors.
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Rue Saint-Rustique
@joseginevra
Cute little street with nice views of Sacre Coeur
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The Basilica of Sacré-Cœur de Montmartre
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Sacré-Cœur provides breathtaking panoramic views of Paris from its dome, making it a popular pilgrimage site and a symbol of faith and devotion.
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Square de la Turlure
@joseginevra
Small square with nice views of the Basilica
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Rue de l'Abreuvoir
@joseginevra
One of the cutest streets in the neighborhood
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Le Moulin Blute-Fin
@joseginevra
Standing as one of the last surviving windmills in the neighborhood, it is a charming and historic landmark that harks back to Montmartre's rural past.
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Via Léandre
@joseginevra
Another street worth walking!
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Rue Lepic
@joseginevra
In this street you will find Van Gogh's house.
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Boulevard de Clichy
@joseginevra
Boulevard de Clichy is a bustling and historic boulevard in Paris, known for its vibrant atmosphere and diverse offerings. One of the most famous landmarks along Boulevard de Clichy is the Moulin Rouge, the iconic cabaret and entertainment venue renowned for its cabaret shows, can-can dancers, and dazzling nightlife.
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Rue des Martyrs
@joseginevra
Rue des Martyrs has a delightful village-like ambiance, with its narrow cobblestone streets, artisanal shops, and local businesses. It's a favorite among both residents and visitors seeking an authentic Parisian experience. : The street is renowned for its diverse array of food shops and gourmet establishments, including bakeries, cheese shops, patisseries, and cafes. It's a paradise for food enthusiasts looking to savor French delicacie.
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Django Restaurant
@joseginevra
Trendy restaurant with a "tapas" concept (plates to share). The food is amazing and they have a nice wine selection.
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Sōma Milton
@joseginevra
Really cool Japonais restaurant. They offer small dishes to share, prices go from 5 to 17 euros each plate, you should probably order 2 or 3 per person.
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Libertino
@joseginevra
Really cool Italian restaurant
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Noir - Coffee Shop & Torréfacteur
@joseginevra
Amazing coffee in this little cute place. Ideal to sit and people watching.
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Bouillon Chartier
@SaltyVagabonds
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Bistrot Paul Bert
@SaltyVagabonds
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La Poule au Pot
@SaltyVagabonds
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Musée de la Vie romantique
@SaltyVagabonds
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Le Comptoir Général
@SaltyVagabonds
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Le Bal Blomet
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Fréquence
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Le Pain Retrouvé
@wanderingduo
One of the best boulengeries we visited while living in Paris. Their cookies and almond croissants are delicious!
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Café Kitsune Palais Royal
@wanderingduo
Cafe from Maison Kitsuné serving specialty coffee, plus sweet & savory fare. Located in the beautiful Palais Royale with outdoor seating only.
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Yellow Tucan
@wanderingduo
Quaint hangout with yellow & white accents, serving specialty coffees, pressed juices & pastries. Jack and I loved the atmosphere at this place and it’s a stone throw away from one of our favorite public parks, 📍Place des Vosges.
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Loulou
@wanderingduo
Bustling, vintage-style diner featuring traditional Australian comfort food and outdoor seating. Reservations highly encouraged! Click the link below to book. We really enjoyed the coffee and avocado toast. ☕️🥑
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KB CaféShop
@wanderingduo
Coffee from worldwide sources is roasted in-house & served in hot & cold drinks on a pavement terrace. Easily our favorite casual cafe in all of Paris. Lovely baristas, incredible coffee, and great bakery items. They have somewhat limited indoor seating, but plenty of outdoor seating. Plus, it’s located on 📍Rue des Martyrs, an adorable street lined with local shops & restaurants.
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Gramme
@wanderingduo
Gramme is a Parisian cafe canteen and a wonderful spot for brunch. They draw inspiration from the cultural diversity of Paris, recognized for its culinary richness. Gramme's cuisine is based on quality products and seasonal ingredients. They are also committed to working with producers and artisans who share the same values ​​as them. If you go on the weekend, arrive early or be prepared to wait in a line. 🍳🥐
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Café Méricourt
@wanderingduo
Compact, casual all-day brunch spot serving sweet & savory dishes, plus specialty coffee drinks. On weekends, you can reserve a table between 9:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. If you don't have a reservation, register on their Skeepit virtual waiting list.
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LouLou Montmartre
@wanderingduo
Organic meze & burgers, plus cocktails & craft beers, in an airy room with expansive city views. They also serve brunch on the weekends! All of their products are 100% organic, and they work with French suppliers to bring you a gorgeous, seasonal menu. Reservations highly encouraged! Click the link below to book.
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Crêperie des Pêcheurs
@wanderingduo
Artisanal creperie with crepes prepared with fresh, nautural ingredients and organic flour and eggs. Don't forget to order them with a side of cider (popular in Normandy, France). We recommend getting them to-go and then enjoying them along the Seine river. Reservations: not necessary
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Liza
@wanderingduo
The duo Liza and Ziad Asseily created Liza Paris in April 2005 at 14 rue de la Banque to give birth to a real little corner of contemporary Beirut. In 2015, they asked the talented designer Maria Oussemi, the decorator of Liza Beirut, to sublimate the Parisian decor of Hubert Fattal to recreate Liza Paris, creating a link between the Parisian and Lebanese identities of their establishments. Reservations highly encouraged! Click the link below to book.
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Dalia
@wanderingduo
Trendy restaurant offering Eastern Mediterranean-inspired cuisine, plus cocktails. I would recommend making a reservation!
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Pink Mamma
@wanderingduo
Pink Mama serves fresh, 100% made-in-house food in the spirit of the authentic Italian trattorias. Every floor is a different theme, and their menu changes every month. 🍴Reservations: Highly encouraged, book below!
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Lavomatic
@wanderingduo
Fun speakeasy situated in a working laundromat. The same owners also run L'Épicier, a Moroccan themed speakeasy that’s not too far away from this one.
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Chez Camille
@wanderingduo
A great neighborhood bar serving up draft beers, wine & cocktails with a soundtrack of '50s & '60s rock 'n' roll.
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Marin Montagut
@wanderingduo
The most gorgeous shop you’ll ever visit— just trust us and go!
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Marché découvert d'Aligre
@wanderingduo
Looking for a less crowded and more local French market? This is your place! The market is divided into two parts. The covered market is dedicated to food stalls. The outdoor market takes place on the square and even overflows into the street. Don't forget to shop for vintage treasures! Covered market: Tuesday-Friday, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. and 4 p.m.-7.30 p.m.; Saturday, 9am-1pm and 3.30pm-7.30pm; Sunday, 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Open market: Tuesday-Friday, 7.30am-1.30pm; Saturday-Sunday, 7:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
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59 RIVOLI
@wanderingduo
This 6-story contemporary art gallery and studio space will blow you away! It’s completely free to visit, just leave a donation at the door. It’s open daily from 1 PM to 8 PM, excluding Mondays.
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Fotoautomat
@wanderingduo
📸 If you’re in Montmartre, you MUST stop and take photos in this original vintage analog black and white photo booth! It’s one of less than 50 left in the world.
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Galeries Lafayette Rooftop
@wanderingduo
Ride the escalator up to the eighth floor of Galleries Lafayette Paris Haussmann for an amazing (and free) view of Paris. At the top, you'll also find The Galeries Lafayette Cube Bar, featuring fresh cocktails, champagne, fruit salads, sweet, sour or salty tapas, rillettes and creamy dips with 100% natural textures and flavors!
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42 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis
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Place du Tertre
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Halle Saint-Pierre
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Bistro 27 Havana Club
@mariahernan-gomez
Free salsa & bachata class every day after 4 pm
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Quai de la Photo
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Emmaüs Défi - Boutique du 104
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Le Comptoir de Madeleine
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Les Ambassadeurs
@mariahernan-gomez
Roll a dice to choose your drink
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Le Royal Cambronne
@mariahernan-gomez
Cheap happy hour - 4,90 for a drink and chips. Drinks include : beer, acerols, mojito, wine , bacchus, kiss ( vodka ginger and strawberry)
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Le Sully
@mariahernan-gomez
3,50 pints
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L'Attirail Cafe
@mariahernan-gomez
Very French ambiance. Cheap charcuterie and from age boards for 12€. Wine and beer 6€. They gave little fried potato garlic wedges for free! Very tasty!
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Le 17.45 Paris République - Planches à composer
@mariahernan-gomez
RESERVATION NEEDED. Cheese and charcuterie boards. Build your own or buy set ones. Great vibe
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Le Pétrin de Pigalle
@mariahernan-gomez
Friendly soft atmosphere. Relaxed. Very French w local customers and well priced for the value. Good priced coffee Good option for soup and sandwiches
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La Villa des Abbesses
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Eiffel Tower
@mariahernan-gomez
Lights 8 to 1 am. Lights up the first five minutes of every hour . FYI, the Eiffel Tower is sparkles only at 11 pm. It can be late and sometimes early.
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Arc de Triomphe
@mariahernan-gomez
The Arc de Triomphe was build in the beginning of the 19th century. It was build in honour of Napoleon and his victory at Austerlitz. The Arc de Triomphe is now best known as a memorial site of the First World War. Because a monument has been built under the arch. The price of an entrance ticket to the monument at Place Charles de Gaulle is 13 euros. The visit is free if certain conditions are met: -18 years old, 18-25 years EU and permanent resident outside the EU, unemployed, disabled and accompanying. I recommend visiting at opening (to avoid lines) or in the evening for sunset.
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Galeries Lafayette Haussmann
@margheritabianchini
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Arc de Triomphe
@margheritabianchini
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Champs-Élysées
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Galerie Vivienne
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La Maison d’Isabelle
@margheritabianchini
A delicius, small and home made bakery where you will find THE BEST "croissant" and "chousson au pomme".
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Du Pain et des Idées
@margheritabianchini
Located in the Canal Saint-Martin neighborhood, this bakery is celebrated for its traditional and inventive breads and pastries. Their iconic "escargot" pastries and buttery croissants are particularly beloved.
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Les Saveurs du Pain
@margheritabianchini
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L'amuse gueule
@margheritabianchini
Try their local club sandwich
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Au Rocher de Cancale
@margheritabianchini
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Bouillon Chartier Grands Boulevards
@margheritabianchini
Chartier is a historic brasserie known for its traditional French dishes and reasonable prices. The menu features classics like steak frites, roast chicken, and French onion soup.
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Au pied de fouet Restaurant Traditionnel
@margheritabianchini
Le Pied de Fouet is a cozy brasserie that serves reasonably priced French comfort food.
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Bar des Ferrailleurs
@margheritabianchini
This bar is in a MUST NIGHT LIFE road
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Le Caveau de la Huchette
@mariahernan-gomez
Jazz club
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Le Duc des Lombards
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Jazz club
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Le Baiser Salé
@mariahernan-gomez
jazz club
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Canal Saint-Martin
@jessicahernandez
IF YOU LOVE the movie, Amelie, this is YOUR spot! Take a relaxing stroll along this picturesque canal, which is lined with trendy shops and cafes. You can also enjoy a picnic or watch the boats go by from one of the many bridges.
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Tuileries Garden
@jessicahernandez
Take a picnic in one of Paris’s parks or gardens: Pack up some delicious French treats and enjoy them al fresco style amongst the greenery of one of Paris’s lovely parks or gardens. My favourite is this one!
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La Maison d’Isabelle
@Voyagewithmc
Needless to say, their croissants are not to be missed. The buttery and delectable aroma wafts through the air the moment you step out of the metro. Another honourary mention includes the Vanilla Tart, which was a sweet and creamy treat that we really enjoyed as well.
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Marché des Enfants Rouges
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Canal Saint Martin
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Bonjour Jacob Canal Saint Martin Coffee I Magazine I Vinyl
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Officine Universelle Buly 1803
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Viaduc des Arts
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The Centre Pompidou
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Pagoda Paris
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Louis Vuitton Foundation
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Maison Européenne de la Photographie
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Shakespeare and Company
@jonathannoahnavarro
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Ober Mamma
@natacha
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The Hood
@natacha
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Passage des Panoramas
@natacha
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Gyoza Bar
@natacha
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Chez Lui
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Le Servan
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Le Perchoir Marais
@TheQueenFatimainParis
This rooftop bar offers great views from the center of the city!
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La Recyclerie
@TheQueenFatimainParis
Cool diversity of mocktails and cocktails!
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The Cambridge Public House
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Galeries Lafayette Rooftop
@TheQueenFatimainParis
It’s nice for a quick photo! I don’t think the outdoor cafe is available in the winter time.
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Madame Rêve Café
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Chez Janou
@clar_a
one of my fav restaurants in Paris, very traditional dishes. the chocolate mousse is the highlight ✨✨✨✨ soooo big and perfect to share!
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Polidor
@clar_a
traditional French dishes like duck confit and boeuf bourguignon and local atmosphere
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Bouillon Chartier
@clar_a
French cuisine with really affordable prices and great quality
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Café Varenne
@clar_a
a friend who lived in Paris for years told me to order the French fries cause it was the best in town. and so I did 😋 and so you should! 🤌
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Le Relais de L’Entrecôte
@clar_a
the most famous entrêcote in Paris. be ready to wait in the huge lines outside the restaurant or make sure to arrive as early as possible to avoid it. the don't make reservations.
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Derrière
@clar_a
traditional French cuisine and super cool and instagrammable spot
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Chez Alain Miam Miam
@clar_a
very famous restaurant. just "à emporter": to buy and eat on the street. very small inside
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Folderol
@clar_a
they only sell wine & ice cream <3 cool and instagramable spot
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Miznon
@clar_a
the food is amazing and so are the sauces 😋 pita sandwiches and all you can eat cauliflowers
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Brasserie Lipp
@clar_a
very traditional and a great option for those who want to taste local food
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Dumbo Petites-Écuries
@clar_a
smash burgers | perfect for delivery or take away
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Food Society Paris
@clar_a
a cool space with a variety of different cuisines from around the world. many cool events throughout the weeknights, so check out their socials to keep updated!
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Cédric Grolet Opéra
@clar_a
if you're lucky you will get to try the most famous desserts in Paris on tiktok 🤣 be ready to pay more than you would in local pastry shops
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L'Épicier
@clar_a
speakeasy bar
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Lavomatic
@clar_a
speakeasy bar
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Maison Bayat
@clar_a
handmade boulangerie with plenty of fresh options
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Marché des Enfants Rouges
@clar_a
it has been there for 400 years and is perfect for finding fresh, local produce
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10ème Ciel - Rooftop Bar Paris
@clar_a
rooftop bar overlooking the eiffel tower
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Café des Deux Moulins
@clar_a
a must for Amélie Poulin lovers. 📍where some of the movie scenes was recorded.
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At the end of Rue de l'Université
@czphoneshome
This is one of the most instagrammable spots of the Eiffel Tower! You have the beautiful Parisian balconies lining the streets and a park right at the foot of the tower! It’s really beautiful and probably my top spot for photos! 📸 To find this spot, type in Rue de l'Université into your maps and you'll notice right at the end of the street is the Eiffel Tower - this is where you want to take your shots!
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Champ de Mars
@czphoneshome
This is the go-to place when visiting the Eiffel Tower! It’s the long strip of grass right at the base of the tower! And this is where you'll see most people taking their photos. People come here to relax, picnic, play music and hang out! It’s also a great spot to watch the sunset and watch the tower when it’s all lit up! ✨
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Trocadéro Gardens
@czphoneshome
This is a really great spot to get a complete view of the Eiffel Tower because it is directly across the street! There are fountains, green spaces and a building that offers a great viewpoint and photo spot! Most tour buses make a point of stopping here. The gardens are also where they will host events on special occasions! 🎉 So keep that in mind because at certain times of the year, the area might be closed or blocked by construction!
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Catacombs of Paris
@czphoneshome
It took me FOREVER to cross this spot off my bucket list because getting tickets is really quite tricky. They only publish tickets one week in advance and they sell out quite quickly! 💀 This excursion is a bit pricier than the others, its regular adult rate is 29 euros per person! Online, there are last-minute ticket deals if they have tickets left the day of, they will be cheaper, however like I said above, for the past 2 or 3 times I've visited Paris I have tried visiting and every time there were no tickets left. I only got to go this past time because I marked on my calendar to remind myself to book one week in advance! Highly recommend doing this, especially in peak season!
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The CENTQUATRE-PARIS
@czphoneshome
This is a cultural centre and an arts space! They often have really cool exhibitions! Last time I was there they had an exhibition on optical illusions! I’d recommend checking out what exhibitions are on during your visit in Paris! 🎨
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Paradis Latin
@czphoneshome
On my most recent visit to Paris I visited the Moulin Rouge and LOVED IT! However locals have since told me that it’s the most touristy of the cabaret shows, and that Paradis Latin is actually attended by Parisians and locals alike. Their show is also equally as iconic and traditional! 💃🏼 Personal experience: I ADORED my experience at the Moulin Rouge but it was quite expensive! The Paradis Latin prices are much cheaper so perhaps consider this location if you’re interested in a cabaret show (but I still think once in your life, you should see a show in the Moulin Rouge). To give you an idea: our Moulin Rouge tickets cost 111 euros per person and we went to the late show (11 pm) on a Monday night without drinks. The Paradis Latin show is around 80 euros per person without drinks earlier in the evening (9 pm).
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Le Moulin de la Galette
@czphoneshome
During one of my visits to Montmartre, this was the spot we chose to sit down and enjoy a drink! And what a place to choose! It’s one of the only remaining windmills left in Montmartre and was the backdrop to a pretty well-known painting by Renoir (check out the link below) 👇
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Odette
@czphoneshome
Odette is the sweetest cafe within walking distance from the Notre Dam! It's nestled in a little historic corner of Paris - right around the corner from the Shakespeare and Co. Bookshop! They’re famous for their choux pastries, they are FABULOUS! 🤤
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Chez Papa Jazz Club
@czphoneshome
If you’re interested in a place with a lot of ambiance and character, go to Chez Papa! It’s a jazz bar/restaurant that serves delicious food and plays amazing live music every evening! 🎶 We didn't have any reservations and luckily grabbed the last table on the balcony. We stayed for hours, enjoying our meal and just listening to music. It is a really cool place and the service was amazing as well!
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Chez Janou
@czphoneshome
I really wanted to eat here for one reason and one reason alone - their mousse! They are known for having AMAZING chocolate mousse!
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Le Bon Marché
@czphoneshome
This is actually the first department store that ever opened - in the world, so it’s historically really significant! My personal favourite corner is the food section, it is massive but is the prettiest grocery store I've probably ever seen! It has everything you could ever need (of course, at a very high price!) 🥘 They also are known for their festive decorations!
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Original Chanel shop
@czphoneshome
Not too far from the Haussmann shopping area is the original Chanel store! It is very high end and there’s always a line to get in but it’s the iconic shop for luxury! 👒 I personally find it cool to see the birthplace of such an iconic name and brand! It's more of a historical monument in my opinion than a store!!
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Place des Vosges
@joseginevra
It's the oldest square in Paris and in my opinion one of the most beautifull. It is surrounded by red stoned buildings, full of cafes and shops making it a really cool and interesting place to wonder around and take pictures. Near this square you will find one of my favorites restaurants in Paris: Dice Café
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Cour et Jardin de l'Hôtel de Sully
@joseginevra
The Cour et Jardin de l'Hôtel de Sully is a hidden gem. This charming courtyard and garden offer a tranquil escape from the city's hustle and bustle. Surrounded by the elegant architecture of Hôtel de Sully, it's a peaceful oasis where visitors can relax and admire the 17th-century mansion's stunning facade.
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Rue des Rosiers
@joseginevra
Rue des Rosiers is the vibrant heart of the historic Jewish Quarter in Le Marais, Paris. This bustling street is famous for its delicious falafel restaurants (the original is L'As du Falafel), kosher bakeries, and unique boutiques. From this street you can enter a small garden: Jardin des Rosters Joseph Migneret
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Rue Vieille-du-Temple
@joseginevra
Rue Vieille du Temple is another charming street in Le Marais, known for its trendy boutiques, stylish cafes, and historic architecture; Offering a blend of modern and classic Parisian charm. Perfect for leisurely strolls, shopping, and enjoying the local atmosphere.
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Musée National Picasso-Paris
@joseginevra
This museum is dedicated to the life and work of the legendary artist Pablo Picasso. It houses an exceptional collection of Picasso's masterpieces, including paintings, sculptures, drawings, and more. The tickets cost around 13 euros. It's not a big museum so it won't take you a lot of time, I really recommend it if you are an art lover.
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Rue de Sévigné
@joseginevra
Yes, another street. I think is key to have marked the coolest streets in a neighborhood, so that you don't miss anything. You will probably discover more streets to fall in love with in Le Marais, but I'm telling you my favorites. Strolling along this historic street, you'll find a mix of culture, shopping, and Parisian ambiance.
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Musée Carnavalet
@joseginevra
This is a free museum and it is a really beautiful building, with some gorgeous gardens inside. The museum offers a journey through the city's history with an impressive collection of artifacts, paintings, and exhibits. If you don't want to make the visit, just enter to the gardens and you'll find a really nice restaurant. I don't recommend you to order food there, but better have some coffee and patisseries. It is a very cool spot for taking pictures.
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Cour Damoye
@joseginevra
Cour Damoye is a picturesque courtyard in Le Marais. This hidden gem is known for its charming cobblestone pavement, historic buildings, and a tranquil atmosphere. You can explore the courtyard's unique boutiques, galleries, and cafés, making it a delightful spot for a leisurely stroll.
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Rue Crémieux
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Although it's not in the third district, Rue Crémieux is a charming cobblestone street, known for its colorful houses and a distinct, almost Mediterranean, atmosphere. It's a hidden gem perfect for leisurely walks and Instagram-worthy photos.
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Marché Bastille
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Every Thursday and Sunday, from 7 am to 3 pm, Boulevard Richard Lenoir transforms into a vibrant marketplace. Local vendors gather to offer a wide array of fresh produce, including seafood, meat, poultry, charcuterie, cheese, olives, fruits, vegetables, and flowers. This bustling market is not only a place to shop but also a social hub where the community comes together to connect with the producers and each other
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Library Forney
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It's a pretty cool building, originally a medieval hotel, built between 1475 and 1519.
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Rue des Barres
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The street's narrow, cobblestone lanes and quaint architecture exude old-world charm. It's a favorite spot for those seeking a glimpse into Paris's past, with some of its buildings dating back to the medieval period.
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Rue Nicolas Flamel
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The street is lined with well-preserved, centuries-old buildings that showcase classic Parisian architectural styles. Walking along this street feels like stepping back in time. It's a cool street for taking photos because you have the Saint-Jaques Tower at the end of it
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Conciergerie
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La Conciergerie is a historic palace turned prison located on the Île de la Cité in Paris. It is famous for its role during the French Revolution and as the place where Marie Antoinette was held before her execution. Visitors can explore its medieval halls, the Marie Antoinette exhibit, and the reconstructed prison cells. Ticket prices: - Adults: €10 - Free admission for visitors under 18 (with family) - The Paris Museum Pass grants access to La Conciergerie
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Rue Chanoinesse
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A hidden gem in this part of the city, Rue Chanoinesse is a charming, narrow street nestled in the heart of the historic Île de la Cité in Paris. It's known for its picturesque cobblestone pavement, medieval architecture, and tranquil atmosphere. Lined with quaint houses, blooming flowerpots.
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L'As du Fallafel
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Known as one of the best falafel in town, this place is one of the most famous spots in Le Marais. There's usually a line, but it's worth it (and goes pretty fast). Perfect if you don't want to sit down for lunch and prefer something budget-friendly.
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DICE Caffè
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One of my favorite restaurants in Paris. They have a menu that changes every week. It's a mix of Italian and French food, perfectly accomplished. It has very few tables so that makes the service impecable. They have a lunch menu for 20 euros (starter and main course or main course and dessert) or for 24 euros ( starter, main and dessert). Dinner is " a la carte".
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Le Petit Marché
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It looks like a typical French restaurant, but they serve Asian-style food, creating a kind of fusion cuisine, pretty interesting. Really good service and price-quality ratio.
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Orgueil
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Definetively a must in Paris. Although is not in Le Marais, it's pretty near. The ambience is super nice, and they serve a modern French cuisine. Prices are super correct for Paris and you even have lunch menus for 22-27 euros depending if you have 2 course or 3 course menu. If you are looking for even a more exclusive dine experience, you can eat in their "Speakeasy" (or have lunch only on weekends). The dinner 7 course menu is 74 euros plus 42 euros for the wine pairing. (optional). You have to make a reservation for this.
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Griffon
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This restaurant boasts an inviting decor and a delightful terrace where you can dine al fresco. Offering delicious cuisine at reasonable prices, it's the perfect spot for a satisfying meal. They also offer brunch on weekends.
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Back in Black
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Pretty cool coffee and tasty food.
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Café Berry
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Super cool cafe, with great coffee and patisseries. You can have a nice brunch here too
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Glaces Moustache Paris le Marais
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One of the best ice-creams in the neighborhood.
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GRAMME PARIS 3
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Amazing coffee and amazing food in this little cool cafe in the heart of Le Marais.
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Shakespeare and Company
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Located in the heart of Paris near Notre-Dame Cathedral, Shakespeare and Company is a legendary English-language bookstore and café. It has been a sanctuary for writers, readers, and artists for generations. The bookshop is known for its vast collection of English literature, while the café provides a cozy spot for enjoying a cup of coffee and a good book.
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Place Vendôme
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Place Vendôme is a prestigious square located in the 1st arrondissement of Paris, known for its elegance, luxury boutiques, and historical significance. It's famous for its stunning column in the center, the Vendôme Column, which was erected by Napoleon Bonaparte to commemorate his victories.
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Musée d'Orsay
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Housed in a grand Beaux-Arts railway station, the Musée d'Orsay is one of Paris's premier art museums. It features an extraordinary collection of Impressionist and Post-Impressionist masterpieces by renowned artists such as Monet, Van Gogh, and Degas. Visitors can admire these iconic works in an elegant and historic setting while exploring the evolution of art from the 19th to the early 20th century. With its world-class collection and stunning architecture, the Musée d'Orsay offers an enriching cultural experience in the heart of Paris
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Rue Saint-Honoré
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Rue Saint-Honoré is a prestigious and fashionable street in the heart of Paris, located in the 1st arrondissement. It is celebrated for its luxury boutiques, high-end fashion houses, and exquisite designer stores. Alongside its fashionable reputation, Rue Saint-Honoré also boasts historic architecture and a vibrant atmosphere.
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La Samaritaine
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La Samaritaine is a historic Parisian department store located in the 1st arrondissement, near the Seine River. Founded in 1870, it is known for its striking Art Nouveau and Art Deco architecture. After an extensive renovation, La Samaritaine reopened in 2021 as a luxury shopping complex. Visitors can explore its elegant boutiques, gourmet food hall, rooftop terrace with panoramic views, and enjoy a mix of high-end shopping and French culture in this iconic retail destination.
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Rue de Rivoli
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Rue de Rivoli is one of Paris's most famous and iconic streets, running through the heart of the city. It stretches from the Place de la Concorde to the Place de la Bastille, passing by notable landmarks like the Louvre Museum and the Hôtel de Ville (City Hall). Rue de Rivoli is renowned for its historic architecture, upscale boutiques, cafes, and grand hotels. It offers a blend of shopping, culture, and Parisian elegance, making it a must-visit destination.
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Galerie Vivienne
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Galérie Vivienne is one of Paris's hidden gems, a beautifully preserved covered arcade located in the 2nd arrondissement. Dating back to the 19th century, it boasts exquisite mosaic floors, intricate ironwork, and a charming ambiance. This historic passage is home to unique boutiques, quaint cafes, and antique shops, making it a delightful spot for shopping and leisurely strolls.
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Rue Bachaumont
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This is a typical example of a cute street I discovered by strolling the city. Just beautiful boutiques and architecture
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Rue Montorgueil
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Rue Montorgueil is a vibrant and historic street located in the 2nd arrondissement of Paris. Known for its lively atmosphere, it's a popular destination for both locals and tourists. The street is lined with an array of bakeries, cafes, gourmet shops, and restaurants, offering a delightful mix of French culinary delights.
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Le Shack
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Located in what used to be a publishing house, this place is truly unique. It offers meticulously crafted dishes that will delight you. In addition to the delicious food, it's also a perfect spot to take a break with a delightful coffee. Its special atmosphere, steeped in history, adds an extra touch of charm to your culinary experience.
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ROOF Paris
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This place has really unique views. I would recommend to go and have some drinks, because it can be a little bit overpriced, but it is typical for cool terraces in Paris. You should make reservations and you should be dressed properly.
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The Printemps Rooftop Terrace
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This place offers great views, including the iconic Eiffel Tower. I recommend going for some drinks at sunset.
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Le Gavroche Bar à vins
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If you want to try local cuisine, in a non-touristy ambience this is a great place. Typical French cuisine, in a typical French resto.
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Les Antiquaires
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Typical French food in a really nice decorated Bistro. They offer Brunch on weekends.
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Pizzeria Popolare
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One of Paris most famous pizzerias. They offer really good food, in a cool ambience. Make reservations if you don't want to make a line to wait for a table. Be aware that they offer big tables to sit on.
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Shana
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Really cute and intimate place. Food is amazing and the service is great. Pretty good wine selection.
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Grand Palais
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The Gran Palais hosts a wide range of events, including art exhibitions, fashion shows, and cultural gatherings. The Grand Palais is not only a hub for artistic expression but also a symbol of Parisian elegance and creativity. Whether you're exploring its exhibitions or admiring its grand glass dome from the outside, it's a must-visit destination for those seeking cultural enrichment and architectural beauty in the City of Light. It will reopen in 2024 after 3 years of renovations
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Place de la Concorde
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Place de la Concorde is a magnificent square in the heart of Paris, located at the end of the Champs-Élysées. It's celebrated for its striking Egyptian obelisk and grand fountains. It's a hub for cultural events, celebrations, and a picturesque spot to admire Paris's beauty and landmarks, with the Eiffel Tower in the distance.
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Rue Cler
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Rue Cler is a charming pedestrian street located in the 7th arrondissement of Paris. It's renowned for its picturesque market atmosphere and a delightful array of shops, cafes, and specialty food stores. It's perfect for buying some food and head up to the Eiffel Tower for a picnic at sunset.
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avenue Rapp
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Avenue Rapp is a grand and elegant street located in the 7th arrondissement of Paris. It is celebrated for its iconic Parisian architecture, including beautiful Haussmannian buildings and well-preserved facades. The avenue is home to various diplomatic residences, art galleries, and upscale boutiques. You can get pretty nice views of the Tower from here
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Rue Saint-Dominique
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Rue Saint-Dominique is a bustling street located in the 7th arrondissement. This lively avenue is famous for its mix of traditional Parisian charm and modern convenience. It's lined with a diverse array of shops, cafes, bakeries, and restaurants offering a wide range of culinary delights, from classic French pastries to international cuisine. It also offers nice views of the Tower
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Rue de la Huchette
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Rue de la Huchette offers a taste of the lively and eclectic atmosphere of the Latin Quarter and is an ideal location to immerse yourself in Parisian culture, enjoy delicious food, and experience the city's nightlife.
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Cour du Commerce Saint-André
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Cour du Commerce Saint-André is a hidden gem in the Latin Quarter, offering a glimpse into the artistic and intellectual history of Paris. It's a place where history, literature, and the charm of Paris come together in a delightful setting.
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Rue Mouffetard
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Rue Mouffetard is famous for its quaint, cobblestone-paved streets and vibrant atmosphere. It exudes a village-like ambiance in the heart of Paris and is a favorite among both locals and tourists. The street is known for its daily market, where you can find an array of fresh produce, artisanal goods, and international cuisine. As this quarter is full of students, restaurants tend to be cheaper.
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Jardin des Plantes
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The Jardin des Plantes is a historic botanical garden. Within the garden, you'll find the Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle (National Museum of Natural History), which houses an extensive collection of specimens, fossils, and exhibits on natural history. The Jardin des Plantes also hosts the Ménagerie du Jardin des Plantes, one of the oldest zoos in the world. It's home to a variety of animals, including big cats, primates, and birds.
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CÈPE ET FIGUE
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Cute restaurant, serving really good food at faire prices.
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Brasserie Des Prés
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The dishes are delicious, generous, and affordable. They have vegetarian options. The place is magnificent, spread across 3 floors with a bar on the top floor. It is located in a small alley away from the road.
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Polidor
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If you wan't to travel back in time, this is a good place. This restaurant appears in the movie "Midnight in Paris". It serves typical French cuisine and prices are pretty good too.
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La Pie Noir
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Small family restaurant serving authentic French food at good prices.
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+82 PARIS
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Cute corean coffee. Super interesting desserts and pastries
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Palace of Versailles
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You can do a self guided tour or a tour with a guide. Check the website for the time and language of your preference.
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Hall of Mirrors
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If you decide to enter the palace, you must not miss this hall. It is adorned with 17 large arched mirrors on one side, reflecting the adjacent windows that overlook the beautiful Gardens of Versailles, and on the other side, it features painted scenes depicting important events in French history. It was the site of several significant events, including the signing of the Treaty of Versailles in 1919, which marked the end of World War I. The hall has witnessed various royal ceremonies and celebrations throughout its history.
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Place du Tertre
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The most famous square in Montmartre. It's a small cobblestone square filled with cafes, street musicians, and artists who paint portraits of visitors.
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Rue Saint-Rustique
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Cute little street with nice views of Sacre Coeur
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The Basilica of Sacré-Cœur de Montmartre
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Sacré-Cœur provides breathtaking panoramic views of Paris from its dome, making it a popular pilgrimage site and a symbol of faith and devotion.
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Square de la Turlure
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Small square with nice views of the Basilica
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Rue de l'Abreuvoir
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One of the cutest streets in the neighborhood
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Le Moulin Blute-Fin
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Standing as one of the last surviving windmills in the neighborhood, it is a charming and historic landmark that harks back to Montmartre's rural past.
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Via Léandre
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Another street worth walking!
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Rue Lepic
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In this street you will find Van Gogh's house.
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Boulevard de Clichy
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Boulevard de Clichy is a bustling and historic boulevard in Paris, known for its vibrant atmosphere and diverse offerings. One of the most famous landmarks along Boulevard de Clichy is the Moulin Rouge, the iconic cabaret and entertainment venue renowned for its cabaret shows, can-can dancers, and dazzling nightlife.
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Rue des Martyrs
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Rue des Martyrs has a delightful village-like ambiance, with its narrow cobblestone streets, artisanal shops, and local businesses. It's a favorite among both residents and visitors seeking an authentic Parisian experience. : The street is renowned for its diverse array of food shops and gourmet establishments, including bakeries, cheese shops, patisseries, and cafes. It's a paradise for food enthusiasts looking to savor French delicacie.
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Django Restaurant
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Trendy restaurant with a "tapas" concept (plates to share). The food is amazing and they have a nice wine selection.
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Sōma Milton
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Really cool Japonais restaurant. They offer small dishes to share, prices go from 5 to 17 euros each plate, you should probably order 2 or 3 per person.
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Libertino
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Really cool Italian restaurant
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Noir - Coffee Shop & Torréfacteur
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Amazing coffee in this little cute place. Ideal to sit and people watching.
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Bouillon Chartier
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Bistrot Paul Bert
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La Poule au Pot
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Musée de la Vie romantique
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Le Comptoir Général
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Le Bal Blomet
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Fréquence
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Le Pain Retrouvé
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One of the best boulengeries we visited while living in Paris. Their cookies and almond croissants are delicious!
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Café Kitsune Palais Royal
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Cafe from Maison Kitsuné serving specialty coffee, plus sweet & savory fare. Located in the beautiful Palais Royale with outdoor seating only.
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Yellow Tucan
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Quaint hangout with yellow & white accents, serving specialty coffees, pressed juices & pastries. Jack and I loved the atmosphere at this place and it’s a stone throw away from one of our favorite public parks, 📍Place des Vosges.
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Loulou
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Bustling, vintage-style diner featuring traditional Australian comfort food and outdoor seating. Reservations highly encouraged! Click the link below to book. We really enjoyed the coffee and avocado toast. ☕️🥑
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KB CaféShop
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Coffee from worldwide sources is roasted in-house & served in hot & cold drinks on a pavement terrace. Easily our favorite casual cafe in all of Paris. Lovely baristas, incredible coffee, and great bakery items. They have somewhat limited indoor seating, but plenty of outdoor seating. Plus, it’s located on 📍Rue des Martyrs, an adorable street lined with local shops & restaurants.
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Gramme
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Gramme is a Parisian cafe canteen and a wonderful spot for brunch. They draw inspiration from the cultural diversity of Paris, recognized for its culinary richness. Gramme's cuisine is based on quality products and seasonal ingredients. They are also committed to working with producers and artisans who share the same values ​​as them. If you go on the weekend, arrive early or be prepared to wait in a line. 🍳🥐
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Café Méricourt
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Compact, casual all-day brunch spot serving sweet & savory dishes, plus specialty coffee drinks. On weekends, you can reserve a table between 9:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. If you don't have a reservation, register on their Skeepit virtual waiting list.
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LouLou Montmartre
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Organic meze & burgers, plus cocktails & craft beers, in an airy room with expansive city views. They also serve brunch on the weekends! All of their products are 100% organic, and they work with French suppliers to bring you a gorgeous, seasonal menu. Reservations highly encouraged! Click the link below to book.
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Crêperie des Pêcheurs
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Artisanal creperie with crepes prepared with fresh, nautural ingredients and organic flour and eggs. Don't forget to order them with a side of cider (popular in Normandy, France). We recommend getting them to-go and then enjoying them along the Seine river. Reservations: not necessary
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Liza
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The duo Liza and Ziad Asseily created Liza Paris in April 2005 at 14 rue de la Banque to give birth to a real little corner of contemporary Beirut. In 2015, they asked the talented designer Maria Oussemi, the decorator of Liza Beirut, to sublimate the Parisian decor of Hubert Fattal to recreate Liza Paris, creating a link between the Parisian and Lebanese identities of their establishments. Reservations highly encouraged! Click the link below to book.
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Dalia
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Trendy restaurant offering Eastern Mediterranean-inspired cuisine, plus cocktails. I would recommend making a reservation!
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Pink Mamma
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Pink Mama serves fresh, 100% made-in-house food in the spirit of the authentic Italian trattorias. Every floor is a different theme, and their menu changes every month. 🍴Reservations: Highly encouraged, book below!
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Lavomatic
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Fun speakeasy situated in a working laundromat. The same owners also run L'Épicier, a Moroccan themed speakeasy that’s not too far away from this one.
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Chez Camille
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A great neighborhood bar serving up draft beers, wine & cocktails with a soundtrack of '50s & '60s rock 'n' roll.
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Marin Montagut
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The most gorgeous shop you’ll ever visit— just trust us and go!
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Marché découvert d'Aligre
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Looking for a less crowded and more local French market? This is your place! The market is divided into two parts. The covered market is dedicated to food stalls. The outdoor market takes place on the square and even overflows into the street. Don't forget to shop for vintage treasures! Covered market: Tuesday-Friday, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. and 4 p.m.-7.30 p.m.; Saturday, 9am-1pm and 3.30pm-7.30pm; Sunday, 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Open market: Tuesday-Friday, 7.30am-1.30pm; Saturday-Sunday, 7:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
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59 RIVOLI
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This 6-story contemporary art gallery and studio space will blow you away! It’s completely free to visit, just leave a donation at the door. It’s open daily from 1 PM to 8 PM, excluding Mondays.
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Fotoautomat
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📸 If you’re in Montmartre, you MUST stop and take photos in this original vintage analog black and white photo booth! It’s one of less than 50 left in the world.
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Galeries Lafayette Rooftop
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Ride the escalator up to the eighth floor of Galleries Lafayette Paris Haussmann for an amazing (and free) view of Paris. At the top, you'll also find The Galeries Lafayette Cube Bar, featuring fresh cocktails, champagne, fruit salads, sweet, sour or salty tapas, rillettes and creamy dips with 100% natural textures and flavors!
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42 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis
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Place du Tertre
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Halle Saint-Pierre
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