The very unknown Museum Delacroix is located in the old house of the painter. It's a 5 minute walk, go for a walk.
l'atelier du peintre DELACROIX (painter work place) or how it looks in the 19th century living there ...
“A quaint restaurant tuck and hidden away from the bustling city. A nice little garden, best place to have a good lunch at a reasonable price”
“Open 24 hours which is rare in paris, the absinthe is quite a show to drink, and "Tiki No# 2" will get you fucked up really quickly. Packed during Fashion week.”
“This very unique chocolate and cake shop offers a mix of traditional french and japanese pastries. ”
“They have the most beautiful and high quality French products for souvenirs or just a present for yourself! Everything from T-shirts to tote-bags, baby gifts to lingerie ... and the packaging is almost too pretty to undo!”
“Rue de l'Abbaye is a commercial street in the 6th arrondissement of Paris, named after the Abbey of Saint-Germain-des-Prés. It has a length of some 170m and runs from the Rue Guillaume Apollinaire to the Rue de l'Echaudé. The street itself dates from 1800 although the land it runs over has a much longer history. ”