Informal walks in Paris

In the 1st County of Paris, the most old and famous part of the city, which has entered the Louvre, the triumphal arch, the garden of the Tuilry, there is a shocolics dream. Chocolate in the country is influenced, chocolate boutiques are decorated in the best Paris traditions, and the chocolate, holding a proud posture, can talk for hours about shades of taste and fragrance. There is in Paris «Magnificent Five» outstanding chocolate producers, although in fact there are several dozen. One of those who turned this delicacy to art is considered La Maison Du Chocolat.

In the streets of the Latin Quarter, in its medieval part, a variety of cafes are hidden, where you can enjoy the best Paris sweets. This area, named so in honor of the language, was taught in Sorbonne here, is considered the territory of intellectuals. Students, as they, are laid, season this surface by the Bunlet Spirit.

In the same area there is also a farmer market with top quality products and greater diversity. Prices here, by the way, are distinguished from typical tourist streets. And if something and can be better than local food, it is only wine.

Point of departure: 23 rue de séVigné / Maubert — Mutualité

Wine

Talk about french wine too, it also gathered all the laurels. And we are not about great «Chateau Margo» or «Chateau latur». The French seems to be born with a genome sommelier, easily distinguished «Three noses of wine» and counting the aftertaste in caudals. Of course, Paris is saturated with cafes and bars both in the center and on the outskirts. But the point of reference to tasting the wine can be chosen by the lively and cosmopolitan area of ​​Marhe, which the last seven centuries are seallessly considered the Jewish. However, it only adds diversity to a wine card. On the multifaceted area, it is possible to judge the architecture: the old palaces, artisans houses, and bold modern buildings appear here. And it was in Marhe that the first gay clubs appeared in the city.

From proven addresses — Bar Le Barav, whose wines are few where else in Paris can be found. Prices here as assures visitors honest. And considering that the main backbone — Parisians, is unlikely to doubt.

Point of departure: Le Barav

Art

The air of the French capital is impregnated with art, because Paris — This is the centers of museums, galleries, Street Art. It was the art that turned the once modest and dirty mabe in a bohemian area in which you can spend a few days, studying all his wealth. In addition to the classics expressed in the palace collections, the best galleries of modern art are located in Marhe, for example Yvon Lambert Paris or Thaddaeus Ropac. And in Centquatre you can watch artists and artists in the process of creativity.

Informal walks in Paris

Belvil district, in the eastern part of the city, — Territory of local artists, poets, musicians. This is generally a mix of cultures, and therefore architecture. On one of the houses of Belleville, a memorial plate is installed. She talks about what’s right on the stairs, Edith Piaf was born. Here is the Chinese Quarter, a huge number of galleries, craft workshops and private shops. Parisians love to spend their weekend here, so close to the park, located on the hill. And if the classic ends: «See Paris and die», That modern tourists clarify: «You must see Belleville. This is nothing comparable».

Point of departure: Saint-Paul / 5 Rue Curial / Rue de Belleville

Literature

Literary Paris — Separate theme for numerous excursions. You can open it by visiting the hotel L’HôTEL, where she lived his last days Oscar Wilde. The place before was the famous brothel. Today, this elite hotel has retained a certain theatrical aura.

Nearby are the famous cafes where Parisian Bohemia gathered. Not even just gathered, but actually lived, creating the best works. Paris glorified Voltaire, Apolliner, Hugo and many others in their works.

3 km of wooden boxes of buccinists along the Seine for more than 20 years are in the UNESCO Heritage list, although for the first time appeared at the end of the XVI century. Today they are 900 pieces, and they sell over 300,000 printed publications: from antique books before newspapers. Boxes stretched from the Mary’s bridge to the Louvre Embankment, from the Embankment Tournel before the Voltaire. They can be seen in the Woody Allen movie «Midnight in Paris».

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