Unexplored places of Paris you need to know about

We all know that Paris is the place of joy and love. There are some famous places that are on every traveler’s list while they are on their tour to Paris, but here we are going to tell you about some places that are beautiful but remained unexplored.

Parc des Buttes

This is the best place to visit if you want to know about the local lifestyle of Parisian people. People here usually spend their weekends, sunbathing in any one of the parks there and it’s way out in the north-eastern area of Paris. Another plus point about this place is its rent. It is very cheaper, making it one of the economic friendly places in Paris.

Rue Cremieux

This is a place filled with joy and bliss, which you will feel by yourself while roaming around it. Here, you can see the beautiful houses and can get lost into it as well. The thing that makes this small street look so beautiful is the colors of the houses. They are painted with bright colors that can give you an illusion of rainbow on the streets. Most of the houses have small balconies and plants hanging on them which just magnifies their beauty. When this street is kissed by the sun, it looks like heaven on earth. You can come here for lunch after your morning visit to Marche d’ Aligre. The real beauty of this place can be seen when the sun begins to set. If you are a person who likes to spend his or her afternoon at a place that is live, yet quiet, then this is the perfect place for you.

Rue Mouffetard

If you love shopping or you want to buy some presents for your loved ones, this probably is one of the best street markets you could not afford to miss. You can also see a bunch of places, good for breakfast with excellent fruit and vegetable shops if you’ll go the bottom of the Rue Mouffetard. When you’ll go towards Place de la Contrescarpe, you can find delicious and fabulous bakeries, chicken, potatoes, wine shops, and cheese makers too. Once upon a time, this street used to be a cobblestone lane that winds its way up the hill to Place de la Contrescarpe. It was an ancient Roman road that connected Paris and Rome. You can still see the medieval look that this street carries with elegance. This makes it a must visit place for history lovers.

Canal Saint

This place often gets unnoticed in the shine of the Effie tower and other famous places. It was initially dug to lessen the distance while traveling by boats. The vibe of this place is changing with time by the visitation of young couples and hipsters but it still remains a unique cultural mix. When you will come here, you will realize that it is one of the perfect specimens of beauty. This is so unfortunate that it remains unnoticed by travelers.

The places that we have mentioned in the list above are the example of perfection. One could not afford to miss visiting them on their next Paris trip.

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