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Unique and Unusual Spots in Paris, Part 1

Unique and Unusual Spots in Paris, Part 1, Paris, France (B)

Paris, one of the most famous and photographed cities in the world. And even so, we can still find hundreds of unknown corners, streets and hideouts scattered around the city, free of the usual crowds of tourists wrestling for the obligatory and threshed photo.

The following are just a few of my favorite hidden and less-known spots, where we can enjoy a quiet and relaxed time –and will allow you to brag about them later, endlessly burdening your coworkers and friends–.Before starting with this list: don’t try to fulfill it entirely in a single day; as I always say, allow yourself enough time to enjoy every place of a city where even the Métro stations are gorgeous.

While visitors usually climb to Sacre Coeur either by the countless steps of the staircase or by the Funiculaire de Montmartre, we’ll approach from the rear of the hill, taking the Métro to Lamarck–Caulaincourt station. Once there, we’ll head up to the tiny Dalida square –named for an Italian singer, famous in the ’70s–. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Unique and Unusual Spots in Paris, Part 1
Guide Location: France » Paris
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Hugo Huertas
Read it on Author's Website: http://thehugoway.com/unusual-paris-unique-spots-youll-not-find-in-city-guides-part1/
Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Place Dalida
  • staircase
  • Funiculaire de Montmartre
  • La Mere Catherine
  • Le Passe-Muraille
  • Rue Lepic
  • Metro Abbesses
  • The Flame of Liberty
  • Musee des Arts et Metiers
  • Metro station
  • Musee Carnavalet
  • Passage L’Homme
  • Cour Damoye
  • Brulerie Daval
  • The Promenade Plantee
  • Rue Cremieux
  • Le Baron Rouge 
  • La Mezcaleria
  • Delaville
  • Les 36 Corneil
  • Le Train Bleu

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