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Rue de la Huchette, Paris

Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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3.7/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web
One of the oldest streets on the Left Bank, Rue de la Huchette is a narrow pedestrian passageway full of quality eateries and bars. You will love finding a place to rest your feet and grabbing a bite to eat on this picturesque street. If you’re looking for a nighttime activity, you can head here for the intense night life with no less than four pubs and many bars.

This site is also best known for its numerous Greek restaurants whose owners sometimes stand outside shattering cheap plates to attract customers. There are plenty of falafel stands and take-away joints as well.

For a bit of history, look for building 10, where Napoleon Bonaparte was said to have stayed between 1794-1795. To visit Rue de la Huchette on your trip to Paris, use our Paris vacation trip planner.
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  • beautiful little street in the Latin quarter, full of bars and restaurants you can walking day or night without problems.-five euro dinner food delicious Arabic!
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  • This emblematic and colorful little street in Paris, has everything the tourist may need to enjoy a day of leisure and food, in these few blocks you will find many restaurants and bars which are open from early morning until dinner with security, for all tastes and budgets
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  • This narrow little street is just jam packed with restaurants and take aways. Loads of variety and great places with great value menus. Three courses from 10 Euros. Great atmosphere and they are just ...  read more »
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