Altough a bit fancy, there are all kind of shops and restaurants around there, definitly worth the stop
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We stayed at the Hotel le Bellechasse (see my review) on the north side of this area of Paris and just loved it. Great shopping, cafes & architecture. There is lots of local flavor here - it didn't seem super touristy. Had a bit of...More
The shop windows were astounding and the chic shoppers added to the Parisian image. Le Bon Marche was setting up for Noel and looked better or as good as Saks Fifth Avenue, NYC.
We loved the feel of this neighborhood. It is situated along the Seine River. The area is known as an artistic hub, with some of the city’s most prestigious museums, art dealers and small galleries. Great little restaurants. We enjoyed strolls through the area, and...More
The neighbourhood is charming and so Parisian. It's restaurants, shops, boutiques all give us a true French aura. By far my favourite place to walk and absorb the Parisian air and flare. There are many stylish boutiques and couture stores. Lovely places to eat too.
A perfect Quarter to stay in Paris if you like to walk to the big attractions or catch the train around Paris. Walk away from the Seine and you will find a less tourist vibe to your visit. Plenty of fantastic apartments to rent through...More
Lots of stylish boutiques selling all manner of clothes, edible goodies and gifts. Patrick Roger, Pierre Hermé, Oska, Noriem, Annick Goutal, and of course le Bon Marché and it’s Grand Epicerie which is an epicurean delight, as it’s name suggests.
This is a famous area with shops, restaurants, and other shops. So we had a good time watching people, eating food and geletto.
Super area and we stayed in a great Airbnb apartment which was outstanding. We were there to celebrate a big birthday so not really that mindful of expense, but hard to ignore at the same time. It’s a very lively and charming area but if...More
This is such a lively part of Paris - day and night. There were so many great cafes and restaurants all within walking distance. There was a constant flow of pedestrians walking around. In the evening a bustling area became even more alive - diners,...More