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Rue d'Alesia, Paris

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A major street in the south of Paris, Rue d'Alesia runs along the entire east-west length of the XIVe arrondissement and is one of the few streets in Paris named after a French defeat, or more precisely, a Gallic defeat: the Battle of Alesia. On this strip of shops, you will discover great finds for discounted prices. In addition to clothing, find stores for shoes, bags, accessories, and even wine. When your feet get tired, head to one of the charming cafés and enjoy some refreshments.

Regular destinations like movie theaters, hotels, and fast food restaurants are onsite as well. Rue d'Alesia is also quite popular with the locals, so you won’t be crowded by tourists all day. Put Rue d'Alesia and other Paris attractions into our Paris itinerary builder, and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • I love to walk there with my girlfriends, especially when weather is nice. This allows to make window shopping while enjoying the Sun and walking. They quickly come to Denfert-Rochereau or Montparnasse without realizing account so it's nice!
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  • A shopping street with sidewalks wide and quiet. When I lived in Paris was where used to make the purchase: there are small businesses such as small supermarket chains: Franprix, Monoprix, Leader Price... and also local and commercial restaurant (Burger King and Macdonald's). There is a cinema, bakeries, clothing stores (Zara, Naf Naf...)
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  • This street is near the station Alesia, of the same name of the street, which is part of line 4 of the Metro. There's a lot of trade, decoration, clothing stores, bars, restaurants. In the same line 4 has a station right after the Alesia, that it's walking distance called Denfert Rochereau, where I left the OrlyBus, bus that makes line to Orly airport. The ticket costs 8 Euros, and it takes little more than 20 minutes. If you stay in a hotel near the rue d'alesia, you have the option to come and go from the airport.
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