A day in Paris off the beaten track !
Why Paris off the beaten track ? Let’s say that you are in Paris for a few day, and you really want to have ONE day of original activities in the City of Light. Well, this article was made for you !
Paris off the beaten track, visiting Covered Passages
There are hips of covered “secret” passages in Paris that you definitely have to see. They all have their own style. Here is a list of some of the passages that we love the most:
Galerie Vivienne – 4 rue des Petits-Champs, Paris, 75002
Passage du Grand-Cerf – 145 rue Saint-Denis, Paris, 75002
Passage Verdeau – 6 rue de la Grange-Batelière, Paris, 75003
Passage Jouffroy – 10-12 boulevard Montmartre, Paris, 75009
Galerie Véro-Dodat – 19 rue Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Paris, 75001
Paris off the beaten track, dancing at the Quai Saint-Bernard – Jardin Tino Rossi – Banks of Seine
We dance on the shores of Port Saint-Bernard. Every evening, from the beginning of June to the end of August, hundreds of dancers meet spontaneously in the arena of the Tino Rossi Garden, at the foot of the Institute of the Arab World.
Salsa, tango, traditional Breton dance, rock … there is something for everyone. That’s Paris off the beaten track !
Paris off the beaten track along the Promenade plantée
The René-Dumont Greenway, formerly known as Promenade Plantée, is a linear park in the 12th arrondissement of Paris, France. It follows the route of an old railway and connects the surroundings of Bastille to the Porte de Vincennes. It’s an exceptional course, little known to Parisians, over 4.5 km with flowers, trees and plants. which offers walkers remarkable and diversified points of view on the recent and very typical districts of the 12th arrondissement.
You can get more information about the René-Dumont Greenway in another article : here !
Paris off the beaten track, shopping at Aligre Flea Market
Every Sunday, on the Place d’Aligre in the heart of Paris, the Parisian flea market exhibitors offer a selection of objects of all kinds: various gadgets, dishes, old books, furniture from another era and more. You will find illustrations, drawings and photos in a very respectable price range. Know also that it is possible to haggle.
Since you are in the corner, go up Rue d’Aligre and head towards the covered market of food and flowers. It is renowned for its diversity, ambience and low prices.
Paris off the beaten track, strolling along the banks of Canal Saint-Martin to the Place de la Bastille
From the moment when night falls, until the early morning, the district of the bastille becomes a landmark of young people in a popular and trendy atmosphere. Here, we know every corner of the streets around …
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And most of all, enjoy your trip !