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Passage des Panoramas, Paris

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Passage des Panoramas is a roofed commercial passageway located between the Montmartre boulevard to the North and Saint-Marc street to the south. It is one of the earliest venues of the Parisian philatelic trade, and it was one of the very first covered, airy commercial passageways in the world. Keep in mind, while you visit, that you are viewing the precursor to all the city gallerias of the 19th century and the covered suburban and city shopping malls of the 20th century.

Over the centuries, Passage des Panoramas has been home to many famous commercial establishments and institutions such as the Académie Julian. Today, you can explore quality bars and restaurants, vintage postcard shops, and philatelist boutiques. First up is the quirky Victoria Station, where you can dine in what looks like a velvet-lined train carriage, followed by the gorgeous wood-fronted Arbre à Cannelle, Indian and Chinese restaurants, and more. Add Passage des Panoramas and other attractions to your Paris trip itinerary using our Paris trip generator.
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  • There are from the passage of panoramas a succession of passage covered with many shops, and right corner for philatelists, A typical restaurants do the days of rain and other
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  • On the occasion of a lunch at the "Bouillon Chartier", quaint restaurant located in close, I walked around in the two passages (of galleries covered under canopy), pass Jouffoy and the Passage of Panoramas. The Passage Jouffroy mix gloryholes to tourist horrors, antiques, a bit of art and also sights shops (including a place specialized in the Oui cannes, cult of the Dandies gentlemen in a bygone era); also a hotel. All this is very lovely. The Passage of Panoramas, it kinda the same thing but with restaurants, and a more bustling animation. If the hotel of the Passage Jouffroy had captured my attention, here in the Passage of Panoramas, I was surprised to see that it ends in a Gay Sauna. We are happy to enter in this Paris of the 19th century and those passages which ultimately foreshadows the "Shopping Mall" of today. When we need to get in these gigantic contemporary Shopping Centres (such as the season to defence, Vélizy or Parly II), we said bad to say that the company has made progress...
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  • a show in Paris all the passages and galleries primarily in 8 th and 2 nd and 3rd...
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  • Great place on a rainy Sunday. They have a camera market along the alleyway. Great vibe lots of fun. Definitely check out the next few passages as well.
  • Seriously a beautiful place that most people wouldn't even know is there! Definitely worth a visit!
  • There usually is a japanese festival around mid-June. It's tanabata festival. Also you can find the GYOZA restaurant here. The festival and Gyoza was very nice.
  • Covered passages that are the oldest in Paris Shabby and full of history
  • A lot of different shops and restaurants, from the local snack to the Michelin ** rated !