Rue Montorgueil, Paris
Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Lined with restaurants, cafes, bakeries, fishmongers, cheese shops, wine shops, produce stands, and boutiques, Rue Montorgueil is a historic street with an authentic feel. Impressionist painter Claude Monet depicted the street in his 1878 painting by the same name. The northern end is known as the Grand Boulevard, and the southern end has an enormous shopping center and open-air market. While the area offers modern conveniences, it has resolved to preserve its rich heritage of historical buildings and little village-style nooks. To visit Rue Montorgueil on your trip to Paris, use our Paris trip itinerary maker.
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You should try to take a walk trough The street, try to buy cheese, bred, jamon, wine, all the stores along the street sell it. In the end of the street to right side there is a beautiful park / area ... read more »
Que París es una ciudad impresionante, todos lo sabemos. Pero hay muchos 'Parises' y el de la reu Montorgueil nos encanta. Tranquila, muy muy parisina, tiendas de toda la vida, maestros queseros... Se... read more »That Paris is an impressive city, as we all know. But there are many 'Parises' and that of the reu Montorgueil love. Quiet, very Parisian, lifetime stores, master cheese-makers... 'Savoir faire' breathe! How wonderful. Miss Street and surroundings, you will discover other great Paris.show original
a deux pas du centre des halles et la sortie des métros/RER.. cette rue très animée fait partie de ce qui reste de l'esprit de la grande époque des halles. Boutiques de bouche, restaurants... une peti... read more »has two steps from the centre of les halles and the exit of the metro/RER... This lively street is part of what remains of the spirit of the great era of les halles. Mouth shops, restaurants... a short walk is requiredshow original
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