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Village St-Paul, Paris

Categories: Neighborhoods, Gift & Specialty Shops, Shopping, Tourist Spots
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As you meander through the covered passageways in Paris, you emerge into a group of quiet, picturesque courtyards known as Village St-Paul. Visitors often spend their entire afternoon discovering all the treasures and delights of this area, where everything from art galleries to artisan boutiques are tucked away. In fact, antique dealers and collectors count the Village St-Paul as one of the best spots in Paris for finding treasures of historical importance. Weekend yard sales are also quite common.

If you’re looking for a bite to eat and a spot to rest your feet, stop at any of the cozy bistros, bars, or sandwich shops. The traditional establishments and refreshments are sure to intrigue and recharge you. Add Village St-Paul and other attractions to your Paris trip itinerary using our Paris vacation route planner.
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  • Totally enclosed in the marais, a pedestrian area. Mainly shops of antique... quite nice, not too the crowd so quiet.
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  • The St. Paul District is a historic district of Paris, which is part of the swamp. It is located in the 4th district? Sues streets and alleys are really typical with shops of antique dealers and second-hand dealers which some are located in a small pretty courtyard. by a passage, you reach the splendid Saint-Paul-Saint-Louis Church, which adjoins the school Charlemagne, the professed house of the Jesuits, with next to the entrance, a pretty fountain
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  • If you discovered this place, then the surprise big. Imagine a number of quiet courtyards connected to each other. On each courtyard galleries, restaurants and lots of green. And all that with a relaxed village atmosphere
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