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Rue de la Huchette, Paris
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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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  • A little of the Latin quarter, crowded bars and restaurants, where locals happily mix with tourists, the best time is at dusk, where the bars are filled and the atmosphere explodes with laughter and conversations at the end of the day, a must...
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  • Come visit after touring the Church of St. Severin, Cochet as follows. Is the East-West streets parallel to the Boulevard Saint Michel is along the river Seine in the Seine on the left bank, just one on the South side. Partly traces to the middle of the street in the old days had the drainage canals, old streets. My twilight Cochet as follows when you step inside and vacant, hungry has been irresistible delicious smell. With pedestrianised narrow traffic order of snacks like kebab or Shish storefront on the first floor of the building on both sides, while comfortably in the atmosphere of the exotic mood seems to enjoy either eat or To Go. It was such as to unsatisfactory food cheaper, poor students and tourists stopping by so close to La Cité and the Latin.
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  • It is a little street in the Latin quarter, very crowded, especially in the hours of the lunch or dinner. It begins at Saint-Michel square and ends at the Petit Pont Street, a few meters from the bookshop Shakespeare and Company. It is full of people. Many bars and restaurants. There are also hotels like the Mont Blanc, and theatres as la Huchette, where are interpreted continuously since 1957, the bald singer (La Cantatrice chauve) and the lesson (La Leçon), both of the Romanian Eugen Ionescu. We have come across this street twice, gone back and always with tides of people.
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