Known for its amplitude, the Champs-Élysées is full of shops and prohibitively-priced sidewalk restaurants and is the most expensive area of Paris. In fact, the majority of Paris' haute-couture houses are located off the Champs-Élysées. It is a good starting point for a route to visit the surrounding area: Pont Alexander III, the Petit Palais, the Theatre du Rond Point, the Palais de la Découverte, and of course the Arc de Triomphe.
Home to a mix of people, cultures and religions, situated in the northeast, lies the neighborhood of Belleville. Chinatown has been here for 20 years, and North African populations of the former French colonies came also.. On Tuesday and Saturday there is a market. Two beautiful parks dominate Paris, Parc de Belleville, which houses the Air Museum and the Parc des Buttes Chaumont, a marvellous, totally artificial park with lake and caves, constructed in the nineteenth century. In Belleville you can take a mint tea and smoke his pipe, sample the Arabic, Chinese or African food, and play bowls.
The Disney Village is a shopping, dining and entertainment centre positioned between the Disney hotels and Disney parks and Disney Studios. In this area you can find many restaurants, Disney stores, movie theaters and the show Buffalo Bill Wild West. To enter from the parks to the Disney Village you have to pass a security check, so sometimes there is a bit of a queue. The Disney Village is the ideal location to go when the parks are closed, especially in low season as they close early. In the area near to the hotel you can find the Panora Magique. You can also go for a balloon ride, rent strollers for and tour the area or even take the tourist train that goes around the area to see all the sites that you might have missed.
From the Garden of Luxembourg to the Seine, Boulevard Saint-Michel is between the 5th and 6th arrondissement of Paris. Surrounded by Haussmann buildings is the Sorbonne, the Museum of the Middle Ages, Saint-Michel and also against an incredible number of shops of ready-to-wear clothing, including the most popular and commercial of Paris.
If you want to enjoy a place in Paris where you can find restaurants and bars at a great price, then you should definitely get to the rue Mouffetard. This famous pedestrian street is not far from the Pantheon, near the Latin Quarter and as of Thursday, students and tourists swarm around to hang out having drinks or dinner late into the night. This is one of the few places in Paris where you can enjoy a 500ml beer for 3 € and a fondue for 12 € / person. Safe, great atmosphere so visit ... VISIONA THE VIDEO: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jzzv6ajL9aQ
This street "des Rosiers" is located in the Marais district, known as a charming place near the Place de la Bastille, the Rue de Rivoli and the Modern Art Museum Pompidou center. The street is known for its kosher restaurants and delicious kosher cuisine that follow all kosher rules.
Rennes is a small city, where the university of Rennes is the major center of town. Old buildingsand modern ones are side by side in that city. It is quiet, beautiful, and peaceful. It is enjoyable to be there.
The rue des Martyrs, martyrdoms Street, a busy commercial is the ninth district of Paris. It runs from the Notre Dame de Lorette, to the Sacred Heart in Montmartre. It is a traditional business street, rarely found in Paris. Supermarkets have closed the stores of fruits, vegetables, butchers, deli ... But in the Rue des Martyrs, the tradition is alive and well. Prices are obviously higher than the supermarket, but it has much more charm, and the products are of better quality. There are also some Parisian cafes with old decor for reminiscing. But it is a very touristy place. It's crowded, all week, but people in the neighborhood, which makes living these businesses. It is a very nice, only downfall is that it is a narrow street and traffic.
This passage, along with the passages Jouffroy and panoramas, is close to metro Grands Boulevards. It's less interesting for shopping (at least for my taste: it has antiques, books, etc., a sewing and embroidery shop and a small bar) and unfortunately I could only guess about the big day window that gives light though an upcoming tour will allow me to see its beauty!
Called "cour" this walkway links the Boulevard Saint Germain to the Rue Saint André des Arts at the Saint-Michel. A much loved corner, the passage has a small museum full of fascinating details. There are a couple of bars, a French restaurant, a cafe and shops. Among them, a jewellery shop accessories, toys and other store that sells bonsai. Very historical and part of various sightseeing tours, the buildings on the other side hail from the eighteenth century and some homes have a courtyard that gives this passage. Furthermore, the French writer and critic Sainte-Beuve lived on this street, where you can find a plaque in his honor.
More than 4 miles long, the longest street in Paris passes through the AV, the XIV and neighborhoods of Paris VI. Take the bus 62, but the amount of traffic, means it is best to walk, though it takes a while. Once an axis of the city in the sixteenth century, the way to reach the village of Vaugirard, it is now just a suburb of Paris. It merged with the streets of Paris in 1860, to become this great street, leading to the Boulevard Saint Michel. We started near the periphery, heading to the center of Paris, we passed traditional neighborhoods with street markets, then the Pasteur Institute and the Hospital Necker treating sick children, then crossed the street to Rennes , one of the liveliest in the city. From there, the Rue de Vaugirard is quieter, less crowded, and we reached the Luxembourg garden, the Senate, the second chamber of parliament, and the Latin Quarter, the Pantheon, where famous men are buried, and Sorbonne University.
Daguerre Street is a pedestrian the 14th district of Paris. During the day it is a meeting place where people to to the corner store or have an aperitif. At night, this street is very busy due to the multitude of bars and inexpensive restaurants. I love this place.
The Rue de la Huchette is in the fifth arrondissement of Paris one of the busiest streets of the city. It hosts bars, restaurants, nightclubs and theaters. Ideal for a Saturday night in Paris, because it offers many possibilities. It is difficult to be bored here, therefore I love it.
Thermopylae street is named after the famous battle of Thermopylae (one of the most famous exploits of war in ancient history) and is in the 14th district of Paris - a lively area. It is one of the most beautiful depictions of Paris, with its unusual green cobblestones, caused by the incessant passing cars, and with its mysterious atmosphere at night.
Here is where the inhabitants of Provins come for a bike ride or to go or jogging. It is a mall which corresponds to the limit of the wall that was destroyed and of which there are no traces, here before there was the old moat. Views over the medieval city, fresh air, sports or an old spa, make this a favorite spot for the locals for recreation.
Rue de Buci is in the sixth district of Paris, on the Left Bank. Parisians generally make the difference between the left bank (more bohemian) and the right (more serious, for business and shopping). It is reached by the Odeon metro, Saint Germain des Pres or walking a bit from Saint Michel. It was named in honor of Simon de Buci, who was the first president of the parliament of Paris in the fourteenth century. It's a half pedestrian street, with dozens of small cafes, which leads to the Place Saint Michel. First are crêperies and kebab restaurants, then the street becomes more luxurious with old Parisian cafes, trendy bars for Sunday brunch or a Saturday night drink. It's a lively neighborhood in general, but in high season there can be a lot of people. Local shops are antique shops, art galleries or antique book stores. There are also many libraries for Sorbonne students nearby. Continue to the banks of the Seine, or the Odeon for a movie and a drink.
I went traveling in 2007 to Paris and coincidentally I really liked this street. I kept it in my mind, when I returned home I saw the movie Amelie. I realized the street photographed is the street featured at the beginning of the film. This street is next to the vineyards of Montmartre, near the Moulin Rouge and the Basilica of the Sacred Heart. It was wonderful, I had a great trip, and made some great memories.