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Parisian Walkways: Rue Saint-Blaise, A Village in Eastern Paris

...houses resembling country cottages. If this doesn’t resemble any part of Paris you’ve visited, it’s because only a century and half ago it wasn’t Paris. Welcome to the quartier Saint-Blaise,...

Parisian Walkways: Village Jourdain in Belleville

...plaza in Paris, it’s perhaps because for a long time it wasn’t part of Paris at all. Welcome to the hilltop neighbourhood known as Village Jourdain, the historical centre of...
The Rue de l’Abreuvoir in Montmartre

Parisian Walkways: Forgotten Montmartre

...Paris only in 1860, Montmartre was still a countryside village. Perched 130 metros above smoggy Paris, here lilac and dog rose sweetened the air. There were gardens, orchards and pasture,...

Parisian Walkways: Cour du Commerce Saint-André in Saint-Germain-des-Prés

This oasis of calm off the boulevard Saint-Germain hasn’t always been so refined and urbane. Jeffrey T Iverson discovers the dark past of a truly historic Parisian passageway… Generally speaking,...

Parisian Walkways: The Rebirth of the Le Viaduc des Arts in the 12th Arrondissement

...remarkable workshop. Related articles: Parisian Walkways: Rue Vieille du Temple in the Marais District Parisian Walkways: Canal Saint-Martin Parisian Walkways: Palais-Royal Gardens Parisian Walkways: Galerie Véro-Dodat, An Historic Covered Passageway...

Parisian Walkways: Rue Saint-Paul in the Marais District

...you. I hope that can continue, for us and for the image of Paris.” Eglise Saint-Paul. Photo credit: Paris Info BOUTIQUES Sur Le Fil de Paris, 2 rue de l’Ave...

Parisian Walkways: Rue Daguerre, A Lively Market Street

Visitors to Paris will generally allot precious little time to exploring the city’s southernmost arrondissement, the 14th. They usually only make a brief visit, to the Fondation Cartier art museum...
Épicerie Fine Rive Gauche

Parisian Walkways: Rue Cler, the Famous Market Street

Travel-writing guru Rick Steves called Rue Cler “my favourite street in Paris,” enthusing, “Rue Cler, lined with shops that spill out into the street, feels like village Paris – in...

Parisian Walkways: Rue Mouffetard

...stocked your picnic basket with supplies. But such is the beauty of rue Mouffetard, where you can while away hours upon end to your heart’s – and your parisian walkways...

Parisian Walkways: Rue Dauphine on the Left Bank

...Neuf – a bridge at once the oldest in Paris, yet also eternally new. BOUTIQUES AND GALLERIES Charvin Paris, 57 quai des Grands Augustins, Tel. +33 (0)1 43 54 98...