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Guide de Massila

Massila

Guide de Massila

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An unexpected oasis in a little-known corner of the 17th arrondissement, the Batignolles neighbourhood is a laid-back haven of gastronomic delights and charming boutiques perfect for an afternoon of flânerie. Its village-like feel is ideal for a simple, authentic Paris vibe, far from monuments and museums. Stroll the 19th-century Square des Batignolles (an idyllic small park with a small waterfall and stream), and peruse the shops along rue Legendre. Enjoy the local organic market on Saturday mornings, or grab a seat outside at one of the pleasant bistros.
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Batignolles
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An unexpected oasis in a little-known corner of the 17th arrondissement, the Batignolles neighbourhood is a laid-back haven of gastronomic delights and charming boutiques perfect for an afternoon of flânerie. Its village-like feel is ideal for a simple, authentic Paris vibe, far from monuments and museums. Stroll the 19th-century Square des Batignolles (an idyllic small park with a small waterfall and stream), and peruse the shops along rue Legendre. Enjoy the local organic market on Saturday mornings, or grab a seat outside at one of the pleasant bistros.
by trendy new cocktail bars like Dirty Dick, South Pigalle – or SoPi, as it is known – is one of the most happening neighbourhoods in Paris. Whether it is the gourmet shops around rue des Martyrs or the nightlife at hotspots like Le Carmen, new bars and restaurants continue to invade this quarter below Montmartre, spreading northeast along the pleasant, tree-lined avenue Trudaine, where outdoor seating abounds, and there is an organic market every Friday afternoon at Place Anvers.
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Quartier Pigalle
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by trendy new cocktail bars like Dirty Dick, South Pigalle – or SoPi, as it is known – is one of the most happening neighbourhoods in Paris. Whether it is the gourmet shops around rue des Martyrs or the nightlife at hotspots like Le Carmen, new bars and restaurants continue to invade this quarter below Montmartre, spreading northeast along the pleasant, tree-lined avenue Trudaine, where outdoor seating abounds, and there is an organic market every Friday afternoon at Place Anvers.
Montmartre remains a special part of the Parisian landscape, with its meandering streets tucked away on the legendary hill in the north of the city. Montmartrois, as the neighbourhood locals are known, are fiercely loyal to their hillside quartier and a rich artistic, independent history that, despite the daily influx of tourists, has managed to keep its village ambience. Local people do their shopping at the traiteurs along rue des Abbesses.
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Montmartre
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Montmartre remains a special part of the Parisian landscape, with its meandering streets tucked away on the legendary hill in the north of the city. Montmartrois, as the neighbourhood locals are known, are fiercely loyal to their hillside quartier and a rich artistic, independent history that, despite the daily influx of tourists, has managed to keep its village ambience. Local people do their shopping at the traiteurs along rue des Abbesses.