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Residential neighborhood in the 13th, used to be undiscovered, now gentrified. Some pleasant neighborhood cafes and restaurants. Some street art. But best of all are the many pleasant quiet streets to explore.
We were staying nearby here and took a walk to specifically look for and photograph street art. There were many great examples to be found by wandering streets in this area. Some interesting cafes and restaurants too. It had a feel of a village community...More
This is a small section in the otherwise unremarkable 13e which contains Chinatown with a lot of immigrants from China, India, Africa which gives a unique feel with downscale mom and pop stores - But Butte Aux Cailles is a genuinely French village and charming...More
this area was very sweet and probably a lovely place to stay or visit - however, we travelled to corvisart to find street art and could not find any. i’m sure if you spent a few hours or even a day here you would find...More
My friends and family and I I stayed at Place d’Italie and were regular visitors to the Butte Aux Camille’s area, particularly in the evening as there are a lot of cafes and restaurants to choose from.
There’s some lovely churches too and a nice...More
This little off the beaten path neighborhood used to be its own little village, before being swallowed by Paris proper. Cobblestone streets, hills, and colorful street art are featured among bars & restaurants. There is also a street market if you hit it at the...More
Interesting, colorful, mainly village-like ambience. Plenty of restaurants, some new and very top class, some of old charm. Wall murals and graffity, old houses. A water fountain from a good local spring at Place Verlaine where local people come and fill their water containers. To...More
This area retains many of the qualities of the village that it once was on the outskirts of the city. Distinctive architecture and association with the artistic life of the city make it a charming spot to stroll or to stop for a coffee or...More
Far off the beaten path, this part of Paris is a forgotten gem worth exploring. Avenue d’Ivry houses Europe's largest Chinatown with great Asian supermarkets and shops, and a thrilling atmosphere around Chinese New Year. Place d’Italie impresses onlookers as soon as they set their eyes on it. Not far, around La Butte aux Cailles, the streets suddenly imitate provincial France and you’ll feel like you’ve
been transported. The beauty of these streets lies in their surprises around every twist and turn.