Charming passage in
the 9th district
Why locals love it
As a continuation of the Passage des Panoramas, this covered walkway connects the streets Boulevard Montmartre and rue de la Grange-Batelière. It has a glass and metal roof, and the ground is covered with black and white tiles. Built in 1836 and listed as an historical monument in 1974, this lovely passage has an old and authentic Parisian feel.
Why you should visit it
Inside you’ll find many shops including jewellers, shops selling clothes and accessories, a confectionery store, bookshops, and also an amazing store full of collector canes. There are also some restaurants, a tearoom, and for art lovers, old antique shops, paintings and galleries.
If you truly love this passage, you should spend a romantic night at the Hotel Chopin.