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Rue Cler, Paris

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With original cobblestones on a pedestrian-only street, Rue Cler is an authentic market square where locals buy fresh food. You'll find specialty food stores, butchers, patisseries, delicatessens, fishmongers, cheese specialists, chocolate shops, farm produce, and outdoor cafes. Many people consider this market square to be the most famous in all of France, with many permanent stores and stands selling fresh seasonal goods. Plan to visit Rue Cler during your Paris vacation using our convenient Paris trip itinerary builder.
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  • Cheese and Ms, a sweet shop, deli. Go to lunch so many cafes also recommended. Is a little luxury, but good local. San Dominique Street and proceed to the back, too. Try stretched legs a little to explore the Eiffel Tower is?.
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  • Fruit and flower Street. It's easy to find out qdo.vc subway station and paste 1000. Has huge cherries (faces), dates in the little sprig, many flowers. Has souvenir store, bookstores, cheese only markets, shops, restaurants and cafés and many dogs walking. I loved it!! I just thought I could see the Tower of this street but I can't.
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  • Wonderful Street for a walk near Invalides. Many different kinds of cafes and restaurants. Several small supermarkets and souvenir shops. At the weekend a wonderful street market. Fruits, vegetables, antiques, products of local craftsmen and all sorts of interesting pieces.
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  • Experience one of the many joys of Parisian living (if you can afford it). You can definitely afford this experience: sample the goods and don't be afraid to spend a few Euros on some quality produce.
  • Slightly overrated markets. There are a number of much better ones located at the other side of the city. Visit the Marche Bastille or Aligre Markets instead. They are also open more frequently.
  • Loved this place. Great local food and treats.
  • Great (mostly) pedestrian street
  • One of the cutest places in Paris