10th Arrondissement
10th Arrondissement
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Situated on the right bank of the River Seine, the arrondissement contains two of Paris's six main railway stations: the Gare du Nord and the Gare de l'Est. Built during the 19th century, these two termini are among the busiest in Europe. The 10th arrondissement also contains a large portion of the Canal Saint-Martin, linking the northeastern parts of Paris with the River Seine.
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The area
Neighbourhood: 10th Arr. - Entrepôt
How to get there
  • Gare de l'Est • 1 min walk
  • l'Est Station • 2 min walk
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bagwan
Victoria, Canada216 contributions
May 2023 • Family
Someone told me they didn't think the 10th was a great place to stay. They were WRONG! We had a wonderful flat through airbnb on rue d'Hautevilles. It was at the interaction with rue Paradis. Several great little restaurants, a liquor store, a market, a boulangerie, etc all within steps of our door. Ate at Tesoro de Italia and Cali Uptown while there and they had great food & service. Would not hesitate to stay in this area again. It was a 15-20 mins walk to/from Gare du Nord and the Metro. Couldn't get more convenient for seeing 0 & using the Eurostar from London.
Written 12 June 2023
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Neil K
Liverpool, UK618,716 contributions
May 2023 • Friends
The 10th Arrondissement is a really quant area of the city of light,famous for the Canal Saint Martin ,it's got a really good vibe here ,it's especially cool around Place De La Republic ,great architecture ,superb cafés,bars,pubs and restaurants and then you have the history attached to this arrondissement ,it's an area that's busy especially around Gare Du Nord and Gare De L'Est ,if you're planning a holiday to Paris is a great district to check out.
Written 29 May 2023
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JnVSydney
Greater Sydney, Australia18,330 contributions
Oct. 2022
Home to two of the busiest train stations in Paris, Gare de l'Est and gare du Nord, it is an incredibly busy area, with people constantly moving around, shopping, and generally enjoying themselves, the area is very multicultural as a result there are eateries, and shops as diverse as the people that live there. A highlight of the area is the canal, that is vibrant and the perfect place for good value accommodation. It is also home to our all time fave Japanese, (buffet style eatery, more all you can order than all you can eat).
Written 20 November 2022
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Thomas V
Oakland, CA16,380 contributions
Jun. 2022
I do love this neighborhood because it is so down-to-earth. Nothing fancy, but still delightful. The major site is the Canal St. Martin and I recommend a long leisurely stroll, accompanied by a drink at a cafe. And the big Gares are here as well. I would like to live here.
Written 28 July 2022
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JnVSydney
Greater Sydney, Australia18,330 contributions
Dec. 2021
The 10th has become our got to area, for shopping and eating, two of our fave restaurants are here, Hitomi, (the bestest sushi joint) and Brassiere/Bouillon julien, (the most amazing ambience and traditional food, (cheap)). For groceries there is a Lidl, (say no more) and plenty of good value Fruit n Vege shops also Boucherie Musulmane du Faubourg, (just past Porte Saint Denis), that does the most amazing roast chickens, two for 9euro.
Written 22 January 2022
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Dimitris L
Sydney, Australia44,486 contributions
Nov. 2019
We loved this area of Paris. Our hotel was almost around the corner from Gare du Nord and Gare de l'Est, plus other local train lines. There are many nice cafes and other eateries as well as stores selling fresh food and vegetables and other grocery items. There is also some interesting architecture to admire in the surrounding streets. A good area to visit.
Written 1 October 2020
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JnVSydney
Greater Sydney, Australia18,330 contributions
Jan. 2020
We could say something trite about life not being all about food - but it’s Paris - life here really is all about the food, for us the 10th Arr, is the go to place for good food, (restaurants) and excellent value for groceries, (we also couldn't venture to far due to the train strike), as it turns out this multicultural area, by far had best value within walking distance, Rue Saint Denis is a road of many colours, with its cheap clothing shops, selling there wares, as the night comes in the oldest profession in the world comes on offer.

Bouillon Julien - is the place for an incredible dinner in an amazing Art Nouveau restaurant from 1906. Their slogan is everything is beautiful, good and not dear - we’d have to agree.
we’ve visited one of Paris’s hidden secrets several times, we could can have 3 courses with wine for €40-€50 between two - yippee!

Hitomi - ‘all you can order’ for €34 between two. We’ve visited a total of 3 times during our current Paris sojourn and have visited many times over the last 5 years... they may have posters of us in the kitchen but we usually relax when the table next to us orders enough food for a football team. We think their least favourite clients are teenage males - the foodie equivalent to black holes. We assauge our sushi/gyoza/yakatori urges at Hitomi - after all, one of our many slogans is ‘when we think of Paris, we dream of sushi’.

Epicerie du Faubourg - the Turkish bread man (both the bread and the man who sells it are Turkish), we would look forward to visiting this shop, leaving with a bag full of warm, bread straight from the oven. At excellent value.

Le Verger Saint Denis - the inexpensive fruiterer, on St Denis, we would walk into the 10th, to get the best value on products.

Lidl - Within Paris there are squillions of supermarkets, big, small and everything in between - and then there are the Lidls. It’s a pleasant 20-25 minute dawdle up Rue St Denis to get to our closest Lidl and once we load up the shopping trolley a bit of a slower slog back - but for the prices - definitely worth it.

Things to do:
Place de la Republique, monumental attraction.
Porte Saint Denis, monumental arch.
Passage Brady, covered passage.
Canal St Martin, compared to the king of canal towns, Amsterdam, it’s obviously no comparison, however. But as canals in Paris go - it’s the best. Originally designed to keep the riff-raff well away from the nice people, it’s now a very scenic spot for a long walk. Entertainment is provided by the periodic opening and closing of the locks and the nifty ‘road’ bridges that swing back and forth letting cars and other traffic cross the canal easily. It was a superb day weather-wise and we had a great time meandering along.
Written 1 April 2020
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Thomas V
Oakland, CA16,380 contributions
May 2018 • Couples
Lots to see here from big train stations to ethnic neighborhoods, but my favorite is the Canal St. Martin and the very hip area around it. Not full of tourist attractions, but full of genuine Parisian life.
Written 27 August 2018
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Solodam J
Amsterdam, The Netherlands35,357 contributions
May 2018 • Couples
The two important Railway stations, Gare du Nord and Gare de l'Est are in 10th Arrondissement. There are two beautiful churches, Eglise Saint Vincent de Paul and Eglise Saint Laurent. Three supermarkets and a local market Saint-Quentin are here. Two theatres, three hospitals, hotels, restaurants, shops etc. It has everything.
Written 13 July 2018
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Jclarkebell
Calgary, Canada112 contributions
Jun. 2018 • Solo
The best things about the 10th arrondissement is the easy walking access to the Gare du Nord (the Eurostar to London), plus the cafes, restaurants and bars around Canal St. Martin
Written 4 July 2018
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