Parc de Belleville, Paris

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  • Is a park not usually in lists of sight-seeing, but it's a beautiful park. It has a large green region to explore. Has lakes and a small waterfall. Great to visit and do a picnic in spring or summer. I just didn't realize Diner or coffee structure within the Park.
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  • We visited the Park a day Sunday at noon because it was close to the hotel in which we stayed (Hotel Scarlett, very friendly) and the references read on TA. Belleville neighborhood is multicultural, diverse and entertaining for its variety and gastronomic offer. The district and its Park are on a slope, so the views towards the city and the Tower Eiffel are very good. To reach it is more convenient to get off at Pyrénées metro station (not in the Belleville station, because you have to upload a good slope) and down the Rue Belleville one block and turn left by the Sparrow Street (Street and House where was born the singer fr ancesa Edit Piaf), walk one block and you're at the top of the Park, where sales of crafts and food, you can find at least on Sunday, which was the day of our visit. You can begin to descend from the top of the Park and you can see groups of people making picnic, doing sport, resting. The Park seemed quite careless and moves away from the aesthetics of the other parks of Paris. We do not believe that it is a must-see, but still several days in Paris deserves to be visited.
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  • great place for the view of Paris 100 m altitude, very picturesque and houses of the old Paris, quiet streets far noise cars.. .but should not hang out in the evening, more than dubious characters!
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  • This is a lovely little park on a hill with the most complete view of the Eiffel Tower anywhere in Paris, but oddly it's not much of a photo because it's too distant. On Sunday afternoons, there seems to be a regular Latin music event, with lots of people dancing and trading partners. At the top, there's a bit of a hipster area growing with a couple of places to sit outside and eat. It's a little seedy with obvious dealer activity from the nearby housing projects, but the two worlds seem to tolerate each other. If you walk back rue des Envierges, you'll discover another neat little square. Take rue des Cascades to the right for yet another nook at the end of the street. In the summer, the little bar there puts out maybe 20 tables all around the intersection. This part of town used to be where the city stored water. All the street names reflect that past. You can follow this back over to rue Ménilmontant or turn around and go back to the square and walk up the stairs to get to Métro Jourdain.
  • This park is in a slightly seedier part of town, but it's worth a visit. If you commit to the walk up the steps, it's rather steep. Or you can take the longer way with sloping paths. The view from the very top is really excellent.
  • Delightful park with an incredibly creative playground built into the side of the hill. The view from the top is better than Montmartre. Most of the park can be descended by stroller.
  • Maybe a bit of a ride from the city center, but this is one of those overlooked attractions in the city which has a great view of the city for free. The quaint surroundings just makes it all the more reason to visit.
  • If you are a tourist, you need to pass by this lovely hidden and untouristc place. You will have a great free view over paris once you climb the top. Best time is aroubd sun set.

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