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Hotel Le Bailli de Suffren




Want to stroll without worrying about cars in Paris? It's possible!
Small streets surrounded by shops with old world charm, they are perfect for a drink or lunch with friends on the terrace when the weather is fine! Check them out:
- Rue de Lévis: the most greedy! Historically famous since the 19th century for its food shops, it is very pleasant to do your shopping ... that you can take to make a picnic in Parc Monceau!
-Cler street: the most chic! Close to the Bailli, between Champs de Mars and the Invalides. It is dotted with many cafes and restaurants, as well as food shops of the highest quality. Perfect for a break in the beautiful neighborhoods.
-Rue Montorgueil: the most historic! In the heart of Paris, it is part of the largest pedestrian area in the city, as well as one of the oldest neighborhoods! Rue Montorgueil is filled with bars and restaurants, as well as pastries and other shops.



By pushing the door of the old agency of photographs Roger-Viollet street of Seine, you will be projected in another world. This is one of those precious places in Paris where you can still smell the scent of the pre-war years. Much better than a movie set because here everything is authentic.
The memory of Paris, France and elsewhere when the agency, founded in 1938 by Hélène Roger-Viollet, ran throughout the capital a swarm of photographers responsible for capturing the news of the moment.
The fund now has 6 million clichés.
On November 24th, 100 copies will be offered for sale for 100 €.
6 rue de Seine, Paris 6th.



Enjoy a delightful walk along the Seine, in a quarter brimming with historical references (Notre Dame, Louvre, Pont Neuf) and discover the second-hand booksellers.
The ‘biggest’ bookshop in the world : stretching 3 km along the quays of the Seine, the sellers of used and collectible books are present (almost) all week, from 11.30 am to dusk.

Adress : Along the Seine – from Pont Marie to Quai Voltaire 75004 Paris
Quartier : Notre-Dame – Ile-Saint-Louis
Metro : Saint-Michel /RER : Saint-Michel - Notre-Dame


The oldest market in Paris (1615). An enormous guinguette, the Marché des Enfants Rouges is the market to visit in Paris : historical, lively, high-quality, authentic...
Every morning, the colorful stalls add a highly visual dimension to this market making for some splendid photos. The particularity of this market, with its Moroccan, Japanese, Lebanese, Chinese and West Indian stalls, is that it is possible to eat reasonably-priced specialties from across the world at the tables which each stall sets out.
The market owes its name, (‘Market of Red Children’), to an orphanage where the children wore red capes. It was listed as a historical monument in 1982.

Adress : 38 Rue de Bretagne, 75003 Paris
Metro : Filles du calvaire
Opening hours : Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday : from 8.30 am to 1 pm and from 4 pm to 7.30 pm Friday, Saturday : from 8.30 am to 1 pm and from 4 pm to 8 pm Sunday : from 8.30 am to 2 pm