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Rue des Rosiers or Rue du Roi de Sicile Lot of shops and beautiful area and architectural
Le Marais is the eldest neighborhood of Paris, an absolute must see, and must walk around.
All parisians love it! It's known to be the gay neighborhood but also the Jewish neighborhood. Head there if you want some hummus and falafels or if you want to go shopping!
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“Very sweet tea room! Elegant patissier-chocolatier, it offers light lunch, coffee break and – yes, what I believe is the best macaron pistache in Paris! Metro: Villiers”
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“Bistrot gastronomique spécialités du Rouergue planche de fromages vis excellent accueil top ”
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“Ménilmontant is a nice neighborhood in the 20th District. It goes from down the hill (next to the 11th) to the top (Télégraphe is the second highest point in Paris"). Venues, bars, restaurants, population mixed. Several lines of metros and buses (2, 3, 11, 26, 96, 61, 64…). From some places you have a wonderful view on all the city (Parc de Belleville in particular).”
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“With its small pedestrian cobblestone streets, the Montorgueil district has lots of charm. The main artery, Rue Montorgueil, is lined with local food shops, bars and restaurants as well as trendy clothing shops. In the early morning, delivery trucks and a bustling atmosphere reflect the Paris of yesteryear. In the streets parallel to Rue Montorgueuil, new restaurants, cocktail bars and bobo shops have opened, notably in Rue Saint-Sauveur, Rue Bachaumont, Rue Greneta, Rue Mandar and in the Passage du Grand Cerf.”
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