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Guidebook for Paris

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Guidebook for Paris

Food Scene
Great thai food in a wonderfull restaurant. website : http://www.bambouparis.com
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Bambou
23 Rue des Jeuneurs
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Great thai food in a wonderfull restaurant. website : http://www.bambouparis.com
Starbucks
7 Boulevard Poissonnière
This store offers good wines and sellers give good advice
Les Caves Nysa
94 Rue Montorgueil
This store offers good wines and sellers give good advice
This bakery makes excellent bread and specially the famous "baguette".
Boulangerie Blouet
4 Rue des Petits Carreaux
This bakery makes excellent bread and specially the famous "baguette".
This restaurant bar is located in one of the most picturesque and lively streets of the district
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Au Rocher de Cancale
78 Rue Montorgueil
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This restaurant bar is located in one of the most picturesque and lively streets of the district
Chartier is over 100 years old and still in the very prime of life. The restaurant is dear to native Parisians, which might help explain why it is just as beloved by tourists from the world over. In 1896, the Bouillon Chartier was born out of a very simple concept – provide a decent meal at a reasonable price and give customers good service in order to earn their loyalty. The dishes are traditional but with a wide range of choices at frankly unbeatable prices. Enjoy leeks vinaigrette, hard-boiled eggs with mayonnaise, vegetable soup or snails for starters; meat, fish or stews simmered to perfection come next. The menu is a long one, the meals are authentic and the mains are not expensive.
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Bouillon Chartier
7 Rue du Faubourg Montmartre
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Chartier is over 100 years old and still in the very prime of life. The restaurant is dear to native Parisians, which might help explain why it is just as beloved by tourists from the world over. In 1896, the Bouillon Chartier was born out of a very simple concept – provide a decent meal at a reasonable price and give customers good service in order to earn their loyalty. The dishes are traditional but with a wide range of choices at frankly unbeatable prices. Enjoy leeks vinaigrette, hard-boiled eggs with mayonnaise, vegetable soup or snails for starters; meat, fish or stews simmered to perfection come next. The menu is a long one, the meals are authentic and the mains are not expensive.
Typical french pastry. In this "choux shop" you will find both sweet and savory pastry.
Bulliz
14 Rue d'Hauteville
Typical french pastry. In this "choux shop" you will find both sweet and savory pastry.
The nearest bakery is located at 18 bis rue d'Hauteville.
37 Rue d'Hauteville
37 Rue d'Hauteville
The nearest bakery is located at 18 bis rue d'Hauteville.
Drinks & Nightlife
Lively street of the district where you can take a drink or a meal every time.
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Marché Montorgueil
1 Rue Montorgueil
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Lively street of the district where you can take a drink or a meal every time.
Sightseeing
The bridge "Pont des Arts" is a famous Lovers bridge. Previously lovers came there to put their padlock of love
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Pont des Arts
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The bridge "Pont des Arts" is a famous Lovers bridge. Previously lovers came there to put their padlock of love
Real tribute to strollers and curious walkers, the Passage des Panoramas is considered the first covered walkway in Paris. Built in 1799, it has retained its old-fashioned charm and merchant spirit. Each store window reflects an historical moment of the French capital; from the Bourse district to the Grands Boulevards, sheltered by a magnificent canopy, the 'commercial artery' is listed as historical monument. Along its 133 metres of intense activity, eateries share the space with craftsmen. They work alongside many postcards, coins, autographs and old stamps collectors. Admire the ancient architecture still present, such as those of the Chocolatier Marquis and Stern printing house, symbolis
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Passage des Panoramas
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Real tribute to strollers and curious walkers, the Passage des Panoramas is considered the first covered walkway in Paris. Built in 1799, it has retained its old-fashioned charm and merchant spirit. Each store window reflects an historical moment of the French capital; from the Bourse district to the Grands Boulevards, sheltered by a magnificent canopy, the 'commercial artery' is listed as historical monument. Along its 133 metres of intense activity, eateries share the space with craftsmen. They work alongside many postcards, coins, autographs and old stamps collectors. Admire the ancient architecture still present, such as those of the Chocolatier Marquis and Stern printing house, symbolis
The old Royal Place of Paris was renamed Place des Vosges in 1800. It is the oldest place of Paris.
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Place des Vosges
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The old Royal Place of Paris was renamed Place des Vosges in 1800. It is the oldest place of Paris.
The Grand-Cerf covered arcade was created in 1825, not far from Turbigo (Montorgueil district). It is almost 12 m tall, making it one of the largest covered arcades in Paris. It is made of metal and wrought iron with a beautiful glass roof allowing light to shine through it. Visitors can stroll through it and discover the pretty shops selling handmade jewellery, furniture and and fashion. And amateurs will discover edgy shops selling kitting items, lighting, and many other items. It is also accessible via Rue Dussoubs. A must-see typically Parisian covered arcade!
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Passage du Grand Cerf
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The Grand-Cerf covered arcade was created in 1825, not far from Turbigo (Montorgueil district). It is almost 12 m tall, making it one of the largest covered arcades in Paris. It is made of metal and wrought iron with a beautiful glass roof allowing light to shine through it. Visitors can stroll through it and discover the pretty shops selling handmade jewellery, furniture and and fashion. And amateurs will discover edgy shops selling kitting items, lighting, and many other items. It is also accessible via Rue Dussoubs. A must-see typically Parisian covered arcade!
Parks & Nature
Louvre's garden
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Park Tuileries
113 Rue de Rivoli
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Louvre's garden
Arts & Culture
A 19th-century architectural masterpiece, the Palais Garnier Opera House, built by Charles Garnier and opened in 1875, is the 13th opera house in Paris since the introduction of French opera by Louis XIV in 1669. Napoleon III commissioned it as part of the renovation works in the capital carried out under his command by Baron Haussmann. A historical monument open to visitors during the day staging opera and dance. Don't forget to admire the ceiling painted by Chagall in the main auditorium.
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Palais Garnier / Paris Lafayette Area
8 Rue Scribe
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A 19th-century architectural masterpiece, the Palais Garnier Opera House, built by Charles Garnier and opened in 1875, is the 13th opera house in Paris since the introduction of French opera by Louis XIV in 1669. Napoleon III commissioned it as part of the renovation works in the capital carried out under his command by Baron Haussmann. A historical monument open to visitors during the day staging opera and dance. Don't forget to admire the ceiling painted by Chagall in the main auditorium.
Modern museum
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Centar Georges Pompidou
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Modern museum
The decision to install the “dation Picasso” (works donated in lieu of estate taxes) in the Hôtel Salé was made very quickly, in 1974, just one year following the artist’s death. But in some way the fate of Pablo Picasso’s estate had been pre-planned, in particular by the “acceptance in lieu” mechanism introduced in the late 1960s, made urgent by the artist’s advancing years. With this process, which gave the State permission to acquire the bulk of Picasso’s works, enriched by donations from his heirs, it was important to find a place to preserve and exhibit them. Supported by the artist’s family, Michel Guy, French Secretary of State for Culture, chose the Hôtel Salé, a private mansion at 5
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Musée National Picasso-Paris
5 Rue de Thorigny
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The decision to install the “dation Picasso” (works donated in lieu of estate taxes) in the Hôtel Salé was made very quickly, in 1974, just one year following the artist’s death. But in some way the fate of Pablo Picasso’s estate had been pre-planned, in particular by the “acceptance in lieu” mechanism introduced in the late 1960s, made urgent by the artist’s advancing years. With this process, which gave the State permission to acquire the bulk of Picasso’s works, enriched by donations from his heirs, it was important to find a place to preserve and exhibit them. Supported by the artist’s family, Michel Guy, French Secretary of State for Culture, chose the Hôtel Salé, a private mansion at 5
Essentials
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Carrefour City
23 Boulevard de Bonne Nouvelle
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M&S Food Grand Rex
Getting Around
The closest metro's station is "Bonne Nouvelle" 2 minutes by walk. It's on the line 9 or 8. From the line 9 you can go until l'avenue des Champs Elysées or Eiffel Tower.
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Bonne Nouvelle
24 Boulevard de Bonne Nouvelle
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The closest metro's station is "Bonne Nouvelle" 2 minutes by walk. It's on the line 9 or 8. From the line 9 you can go until l'avenue des Champs Elysées or Eiffel Tower.