The capital offers many unfamiliar streets that adventurous and curious tourists will be happy to discover. Paris is full of secret streets, scattered to the four corners of the capital. Hidden in the corner of the boulevard or in an area which we do not suspect the hidden mysteries, often formerly inhabited by workers, they are a great testimony of history, and air away from the urban chaos a breath.
Rue des Thermophyles :
Probably one of the most beautiful hidden streets of Paris, perhaps because they probably do not expect to find here, in the heart of the (unknown, yet charming!) 14th arrondissement of Paris.
Cité Durmar :
Rue Oberkampf, better known by Parisians to be a “street of thirst”, hides many secrets.
Villa Dietz-Monnin :
The 16th district has not the reputation of being the most bourgeois of Paris for nothing. South of the district, in the village of Auteuil, you will find many villas, private alleys filled with elegant cottages.
Cité Pilleux :
Avenue de Saint-Ouen, the fork. Places a priori where the uninitiated visitor does not venture. And yet!
Rue Crémieux :
A secret if it street, though still Parisians themselves do not know. A few steps from the Gare de Lyon, the Cremieux Street is one of the most beautiful and unusual, streets of Paris.
Square des Peupliers :
In the district of poplar (13th arrondissement), a name which recalls the mass of poplars that grew along the river Bièvre before it will be covered during the Haussmann work lies a small private triangle-shaped track.
Passage du chantier :
Villa Léandre :
Square des Montsouris :
Source : unjourdeplusaparis.com etsionsepromenait.com
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