Seven Secret Places in Paris you Never Knew about

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Secret Places In Paris

On your Paris private tour, you might visit all the well-known attractions without fail. However, take note of the following secret spots in the city as well that barely any tourist knows, but are worth visiting for sure.

Rue Cremieux

Rue Cremieux is a beautiful street that has colorful houses lined on either side of it. It is quite interesting that you may barely find any tourist on this street. Try visiting this street during a sunny day to see the wonderfully illuminated bright colored houses.

Canal Saint Martin

The Canal Saint Martin located in Eastern Paris is often an overlooked place in Paris private tours. The purpose of the canal was to reduce the distance of journey for the boats that traveled on the Seine River. This is a great place to relax and enjoy the beautiful view of the sunset.

Rue Mouffetard

For having a look at the Parisian highlights and to shop at the nest markets in Paris, head over to the Rue Mouffetard. This street was formerly a road that connected Paris and Rome, but now it is a marketplace with many spots for breakfast, wine shops, cheesemakers, and bakeries. Still, it has retained its original medieval look.

Rue Des Barres

Rue Des Barres is a very charming and lively street located in the Marais neighborhood. The two important highlights of this street are the oldest church in Paris, St-Gervais-St-Protais (which is known for its wonderful stained glass windows), and the L’Ebouillante (which is the best place for brunch in Paris city).

Place Saint-Sulpice

The Place Saint-Sulpice is an amazing square in Paris. Here, you can chill out under the shade of a chestnut tree. This square is very well known for its church that is located on its eastern side. You can also see a monumental fountain that features statues of four famous bishops.

Parc Monceau

Located in the eighth arrondissement of Paris, Parc Monceau is a favorite place for the residents. Yet you can go there and enjoy a picnic on weekends. Do not forget to shop at the Rue de Levis Street, where there are wide varieties of markets that sell almost everything.

Parc Des Buttes

This is a park located on the Northeast side of Paris, known for its originally green spaces. From this hilly place, you can get the stunning views of the Montmartre district. There are even waterfalls, caves, suspended bridge, and artificial lakes here, which you can enjoy during your Paris private tour.