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Le Village Saint-Paul

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Why locals love it

Le Village Saint-Paul is a succession of narrow cobblestone streets and five small green courtyards. It’s home to many vintage, design and craft boutiques, along with antique shops, art galleries and cafés. It's incredibly cosy and charming – I'm sure the inhabitants don't feel as if they’re living in Paris.

Why you should visit it

This discreet area is nothing like the crowded Montmartre Village. On a sunny day, it’s the perfect place to daydream or read a book on a terrace. There’s also a flea market once a month – check the village’s Facebook page for upcoming dates.

Special tip

On rue des Jardins Saint-Paul you can admire 60 metres of the historic former city wall and the remnants of a defensive tower.

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Some weekends you're going to find the most charming flea markets there. Cute little cafes and boutiques with curiosities as well as at galleries. Check the program before going to avoid going when all is closed.
October 3, 2018
Quiet place near the VERY busy rue de Rivoli. They have a lot of antique shops, a cool cafe, and a good Italian restaurant.
March 27, 2018
It is so amazing to see how an old district of Paris can change and create such an amazing atmosphere of a small village inside such a big city like Paris.
July 13, 2017

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