What I like about Paris is that there are plenty of treasures to discover every day if you take the time to watch around you. This small XVIIIth century paved courtyard is only opened during the day. Do not miss it
Cour Damoye : 12 rue Damoye – 75011. Metro: Bastille
Pink, green, purple, A very colorful street paris
With these facades of all colors, it is almost like Portobello but
no we are in Paris a few steps from the Gare de Lyon ..the rue
Crémieux is a very unusual street that you will find nowhere else.
When sun rays comes, the residents of the street leave chairs et
tables to make it a very friendly place
Metros: Quai de la Rapée ou Gare de Lyon
Passage Jouffroy is full of shops selling toys, Oriental furnishings, and cinema books and posters. Not to mention the Grevin Museum and the hotel Chopin a historic and cheap hotel.Finally, after visiting or shopping, if you’re feeling peckish, check out a little pastry shop called “La Tour des Delices” at the end of the passage.
Passage Jouffroy : 10/12 Boulevard Montmartre Metro: Grands Boulevards
Access by the lovely Cour du Commerce (by Saint André des Arts’s street in the 5th district) where you’ll find the famous restaurant Procope and a lovely tearoom called La Jacobine. La Cour de Rohan is one of my favorite passages in Paris.
Hundred of people wander in the St André des Arts’s street every day and miss this secret passage.