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This area has a lot of different things going for it, firstly, it is near Notre Dame so it feels somewhat busy. There are plenty of places to eat and shop and whilst a touristy area, the food quality and the price is much better...More
Tiny street joining two larger boulevards that radiate out from the ponts over the Seine
This street is buzzing like a beehive... tourist shops, cafes, restaurants and other shops.
Touts for cafes everywhere.
It’s worth a stroll
Rue de la Huchette is peculiar mix of food places, specialty shops, drinking establishments, souvenir vendors and abundant nightlife. It sort of reminds me of a "boardwalk district" in an ocean front town (without the ocean of course). It is teeming with out-of-towners...has lots of...More
This is a very touristy street so of course it will be fun. We tried a few places here but they weren’t up to speed and par on taste. Again, be careful of your belongings because it can get a bit crowded here. My favorite...More
Rue de le Huchette is a popular road, full of restaurants and bars.
Whilst it is busy all day you really need to visit by night. It really comes to life. Probably the most popular place in the road is Caveau de la Huchette.
As the bustling center of entertainment for the residents of the Rive Gauche, the activity at Odéon never stops. Boulevards are lined with traditional cafes, restaurants, and boutique cinemas. The streets surrounding the fountain at Saint-Michel provide eateries from around the world. Lively bars are just next door and the prototypical terraced French brasserie is on every corner. The setting for this
area is second to none; the Haussmann-style boulevards are contrasted by monumental architecture and overshadowed by the iconic Notre Dame, all within a moment’s walk from the Seine. This neighbourhood's world-famous bookshops, cafés, and streets will not fail to impress you.
Response from jezzasgirl | Reviewed this property |
The best way really is to find a hotel and contact them directly, either by website or call them. This is quite a long Street, so there may be a few hotels on it. I visited a lovely bistro was in Paris for a day. As I... More
The best way really is to find a hotel and contact them directly, either by website or call them. This is quite a long Street, so there may be a few hotels on it. I visited a lovely bistro was in Paris for a day. As I didn't stay I'm afraid I can't give you anymore information.