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Rue des Martyrs

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Charles
Charles
May 17, 2017
A good place for walking and discover nice district with shops and restaurants
Betty
Betty
June 11, 2017
Quartier vivant et proche de Montmartre
Stéphane
Stéphane
January 28, 2017
Very nice traditionnal street where you can have dinner, or just a drink on your way to Montmartre ! Dont miss it is typical old style french atmosphere!
Sabrina
Sabrina
October 5, 2018
Pedestrian on Sunday mornings. Charming traditional French high street with artisanal bakeries, butchers, fishmongers, cheese shops, florists, trendy shops, restaurants and so many cafes!
Philippine
Philippine
June 25, 2017
Frenchiest street in Paris. You'll get whatever you need: cheese, charcuterie, wine, fish, flowers and incredible Belgian waffles.
Patrick
Patrick
May 9, 2017
rue très commerçante
Chloé Bonnie
Chloé Bonnie
September 20, 2018
Just have a walk in the area and you might find great restaurants, books, flowers, fashion and cosmetic !
Alix
Alix
October 11, 2018
An ancient traditional street with lots of bakeries, restaurants and shopping stores
Frantz
Frantz
September 24, 2018
Laundry service at 92 rue des martyrs
Clement
Clement
July 27, 2018
a beautiful walk from our apt, going down to Trinité or Notre Dame de Lorette, and back up on the Rue Blanche

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Veitingahús
“A street where you can buy everything to cook at home: meat, fruits, vegetables, wine, cheese. ”
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Route
“Wonderful street. Ever heard of "Amélie Poulain"? The café where the character of the movie works is in this street (ok a bit tourist trap but fun if you liked the movie). ”
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Listasafn
“incredible sweet museum, all set in romantic house, and courtyard! grest durinf spring, summer an indian summer!”
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Hótel
“Though the seeds of change had been sown as far back as the late 2000’s, Pigalle’s neighbourhood makeover was sealed in 2015, with two milestone hotel openings. Jacques Garcia, arguably the most celebrated Parisian interior architect of our times, spectacularly transformed a Belle Époque pleasure house into what is now the chic, five-star Maison Souquet hotel. Meanwhile, Romée de Goriainoff, Pierre-Charles Cros, and Olivier Bon, the trio behind the Experimental Cocktail Club (ECC), also unveiled their first hotel, Grand Pigalle. The neighbourhood was finally shedding its once-florid image and blossoming into one of the hottest nightlife destinations in Paris. Now it’s positively de rigueur among the cool Parisian bobo set (bourgeois bohemians).”
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Franskur veitingastaður
“The place to go for fine dining in the neighborhood. Bistronomique type. All this for an affordable price. check the web site, but if you like good food, it's worth a visit”
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Paris, Île-de-France
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