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Passage des Panoramas, Paris

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4.3/5 based on 160+ reviews on the web
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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  • Where you feel back in time! A wonderful shops, and a setting worthy of the 19th century remained in its own juice. Small disappointment, Mr. Prins postcards shop, as there are a splendid selection of old postcards, as those on the subway and little belt are expensive (up to 200 Euros for a map!)
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  • Passage-show Sol-> come and Verde passage → passage: finally here. →: are hanging around Verde and this is almost a TripAdvisor maps, get lost this panorama so easily confused. It is across the Montmartre Street Tussauds klevan Museum is exactly "passage:" from the South. So the blame from the South and clings "Panorama", ":", "Verde" can in a series of tourism. Went on foot from the Grand boulevards station of Metro line 8 or line 9 is right, I "Opera" from South lot North of the Palais Royal, Avenue East Japan food eating Ramen in a given area, but so far has not. Roughly from the Palais Royal is about ten minutes. Giuffra and here is a fine person. Just looking at cute Cafe in old good Paris, Paris seems to be characters, new artists ' shops and fun. If the recommended passage tours if you tend to rest on Sunday and so on weekdays.
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  • The choice of restaurants is great! You can find typical Parisian bistro or choose one of the many international restaurants such as Indian, Thai.... Mainly it's a true Parisian experience! 
  • 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.
  • Seriously a beautiful place that most people wouldn't even know is there! Definitely worth a visit!
  • A lot of different shops and restaurants, from the local snack to the Michelin ** rated !
  • Ah the passages of Paris... There are plenty of shops and restaurants. To discover absolutely!..
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  • Very nice historic passage
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