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We came to this interesting passage in the 9th arrondissement in Paris by coincidence.
Several shops, bars and cafes with a glass roof, hence good for a short visit especially during rainy days.
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A 10 minute walk from the opera, not far from the “grandes magasins” and right near the Hard Rock Cafe you’ll find a network of magnificent “passages Parisiens,” or covered arcades built in the mid 19th century. Passage Jouffroy extends to both sides of the...More
A lovely covered passageway full of unique shops. Perfect activity if it’s raining. We strolled through several of these passageways and in this one enjoyed the toy shop. Passageways also have the worlds largest seller of dollhouse items, old books, fun antiques and vintage postcards...More
We sought out this place after reading many favorable reviews on TripAdvisor. So happy we did. Unfortunately, we didn't time our visit well and couldn't devote much time to wandering through many of the amazing shops. Artists galleries, book sellers, toys..oh so many things to...More
The arcades of Paris are all that are left of Paris before Hausmann. The original shopping malls. Jouffroy includes and incredible tea room, the Musee Grevin a Marks and Spencer mini-market, book shops, a hair dresser and the Hotel Chopin.
Truly charming Parisian shopping arcade, circa 1846. Beautiful wooden shopfronts of quirky and charming stores; delightful window shopping. Little shop of antique walking sticks & lovely shop of prints and books, biscuit & confectionary shop & french country furniture & linen shop. When I visited...More
This charming covered arcade was built in 1836. I visited Paris a number of times and was looking for something different to see. And this place really didn't disappoint. The passage is dotted with unique shops and cafes and even has a hotel - The...More
If you are in the area or have already done all the big Paris sights, this is worth a look. But shouldn't be a priority. It's the nicest of all the covered passages in my opinion.
The architecture is more of a draw than the...More
The neighbourhood around Opéra and Bourse is a belle époque paradise of grand boulevards, refined arcades, and mass-market art-nouveau entertainment. Here, modern day workers continue to take advantage of the legacy that nobility and finance left in the 19th century. Brightly-lit brasseries, theatres, and cinemas sit side by side with French bistros predominating in one area and Japanese restaurants in
another. The area is most famous for the Palais Garnier opera house and glamorous department stores.