Paris Unusual?


Paris

Some unusual places in Paris.

-The Chinatown 13th district.

With a little imagination you can forget that you are in Paris, the urban landscape that awaits you and the surrounding population carry you in one of those gigantic Asian cities.

-The small belt around Paris.

All around Paris within Marshals boulevards is a partially disused railway, long of 32 km: Little Belt. Pedestrian access to the Little Belt is strictly prohibited, the section between the Gare d'Auteuil and the Muette station, however, is open to the public.

-The walk planted

The promenade planted is a ride height that runs through the 12th arrondissement of Paris in its length is 4.5 kilometers away. It borrows the path of an old railway line.

-The Butte aux Cailles.

Small picturesque area located in the 13th arrondissement of Paris. A special feature of this area is the absence of large building, this fact is explained by the presence of limestone quarries on the hill, preventing construction of buildings and heavy giving to the Butte aux Cailles the charm of a village in central Paris.

-The Indian district of Paris

The Indian district of Paris is located near the underground chapel in the north of the capital, not far from the Gare du Nord. It is called Indian district but in fact it also hosts comers people of Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh. You can find clothes shops, Indian restaurants, video stores and CDs of Bollywood films.

-The Village of Charonne.

The charm of a small town in central Paris, with its bell tower, cobblestones and low houses. Give yourself a bucolic break in the former village of Charonne.

-Rue Denoyez.

Dénoyez street is a street located in the 20th arrondissement of Paris. Open-air studio, the street is almost fully tagged.

-The smallest street in Paris

The smallest Paris street is the street of Degrees in the 2nd district near the Porte Saint Denis. It consists entirely of a staircase of 14 steps which measures 3.30 meters wide and 5.75 meters long. It starts from the Rue de Clery to go to Beauregard Street.

-The underground Chaillot

Under the Palais de Chaillot is a network of galleries called the careers of Chaillot. On 4 August 2004 the police discovered an underground complex of about 300 m2 including a screening room called "the Arena of Chaillot."

-The sewer museum.

The sewer museum offers a tour of about an hour of part of the sewer system of Paris. You can see the collection of Grove Avenue Elementary sewer of Cognac-Jay street, storm overflow room of the Resistance.

-The Museum of vampires.

A small private museum which lists many objects related to the vampire myth, posters, paintings, films, books, models of animals. The museum vampires welcomes up to 10 people at one time, so it is mandatory to book in advance.

-The city Durmar in Paris.

Behind the door of 154, rue Oberkampf, lies in a small dead Durmar the city and its craftsmen, artists, small houses and old cobblestones. This is a unique place or mix social classes and peoples.

-The Paris catacombs.

The Catacombs of Paris were the basis of old underground quarries, they were subsequently converted into burial and ossuary. To get to Paris Catacombs, go to the Place Denfert-Rochereau.

-The quoted Aubry.

Aubry City is a carefully hidden treasure, small passage in a circular arc attached to the wall of the Père Lachaise cemetery. This tiny Parisian neighborhood hosts artisan workshops and small houses with gardens.

-The closed Montmartre.

The only vineyard in Paris, they are located at the top of the Butte and 2000 include vines. Every year is organized the harvest festival at the beginning of October.

Some surprising activities in Paris.

Excursion ideas:

-The small belt around Paris.

All around Paris within Marshals boulevards is a partially disused railway, long of 32 km: Little Belt. Pedestrian access to the Little Belt is strictly prohibited, the section between the Gare d'Auteuil and the Muette station, however, is open to the public.

-The walk planted

The promenade planted is a ride height that runs through the 12th arrondissement of Paris in its length is 4.5 kilometers away. It borrows the path of an old railway line.

(Avenue Daumesnil, 12th, Paris).

-Balade at Pere Lachaise cemetery. (Boulevard de Ménilmontant, 20th, Paris)

Go to the museum, cultural outings:

-The sewer museum.

The sewer museum offers a tour of about an hour of part of the sewer system of Paris. You can see the collection of Grove Avenue Elementary sewer of Cognac-Jay street, storm overflow room of the Resistance.

-The Museum of vampires.

A small private museum which lists many objects related to the vampire myth, posters, paintings, films, books, models of animals. The museum vampires welcomes up to 10 people at one time, so it is mandatory to book in advance.

-The Paris catacombs.

The Catacombs of Paris were the basis of old underground quarries, they were subsequently converted into burial and ossuary. To get to Paris Catacombs, go to the Place Denfert-Rochereau.

-Visit the Opera Garnier.

-Visit the Great Mosque of Paris in the 5th district, and its cozy café where you can drink mint tea and smoking shisha.

Other

-Follow rising auction at Drouot (9 rue Drouot, 9th, Paris).

-Cruise on the Canal Saint-Martin, Crossing Republic to Bastille passing on an underground channel. 10th and 11th district.

-Cruises in Bateaux-Mouches on the Seine.

Visit of the Stade de France tour from the entrance door H, Stade de France, Saint Denis.

-Tour by helicopter with iXAir (4 Avenue de la Porte de Sèvres, 15th, Paris).

-Go bet at the Longchamp Racecourse (Route des Tribunes, 16th, Paris).

-Marchander flea Montreuil (Porte de Montreuil, 20th, Paris)

Sports

-Part tennis balls or on the banks of the Ourcq.

-Cross Paris by bike with the Velib '.

-Bring your children Zoological Gardens. Carrefour Sablons, 16th, Paris.

And then completely outside Paris

-Fontainebleau, a beautiful historic town south of Paris, with its large forest and its famous castle attracts crowds of visitors, but still far less than Versailles.

-Barbizon famous town not far from Paris. Follow in the footsteps of the great Impressionist painters and their immortal landscapes.

-The Parc Asterix, a theme park dedicated to the world of comics by Uderzo and Goscinny.

-The Thoiry zoological park, with its African reserve and castle Thoiry.

-Disney-Land Paris, which needs no introduction.

-The Palace of Versailles., Which is no longer either.

-The forest of Fontainebleau. This massif is located in Seine-et-Marne, it covers over 25 000 hectares.

The whole area is well served by the regional rail network (Transilien), plus the RER, bus lines, etc. True, the car is still very convenient to freely browse the rural corners of the Ile-de-France, but it is not essential.