Paris Hidden Gems You Have to Visit


La Petite Ceinture

An abandoned railway circling Paris, it's now a semi-wild greenbelt offering urban explorers a unique perspective of the city.

One of the hidden places in Paris is the Marché Dauphine, the largest covered flea market in the city. Another option is the Paris Puces de Vanves. This one is smaller, open on weekends. Other Paris’ worthwhile flea markets is the Marché de la Création Bastille, and Marché aux Puces de Saint-Ouen.

Marche Dauphine

Rue Mouffetard

Rue Mouffetard is one of the oldest streets in the city with a very bohemian atmosphere, but it is also a street where Parisians still live and go about their daily lives

Rue Cremieux

A picturesque street in the 12th arrondissement lined with colorful houses, reminiscent of London’s Portobello Road or Burano in Venice.

The Palais Royal and its gardens

You can enjoy its galleries or sit on one of the benches to rest, or visit the nearby Louvre museum.

Île aux Cygnes

It is a rather strange place, only 10 meters wide but one kilometer long. There are facilities for cycling, climbing, and other activities

Coulée Verte René-Dumont (Promenade Plantée)

Nature invaded the land, and in 1988 a design was created that combined this wild vegetation with modern, planned landscaping.

Saint-Martin Canal

Winding its way through Paris's 10th arrondissement, the Canal Saint-Martin is a picturesque waterway that epitomizes the city's romantic charm.

The Mills of Montmartre

This mill was built in 1622 and was the subject of inspiration for great painters such as Toulouse-Lautrec, Picasso, and Renoir.

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