Secret Destinations in Paris

Paris Private Tour

Paris Tourist Attractions

Paris has a lot of attractions for those who choose to explore on foot. This is because you will discover several hidden destinations worth visiting. Paris has many such places in the corners of the most common tourist destinations. Below is a discussion of some of the best secret destinations you have to visit during your Paris private tour.

Rue Cremieux – Bastille

This is one of the most joyful roads in Paris and will make any visitor happy. It may make you feel like you have been transported to some Caribbean island. Regret Cremieux is a street flanked by adorable houses on both sides that are painted in all the brilliant shades of a rainbow. It was a secured road until 1897 and was flooded in 1910. It is an excellent spot for some quiet exploration in Paris. The best time to visit is around early afternoon on a sunny day. This is when the sun lights up the beautifully painted houses. Come here after you have visited the most vivid food market in Paris – the Marche d’Aligre.

Parc Des Buttes-Chaumont – Northeastern Paris

If you want to understand how Parisians spend their weekends, visit one of the best parks in Paris, Parc Des Buttes-Chaumont. It is situated in the Northeastern Paris. Here, the rents are affordable to a great degree. It is one of the last few areas in Paris where young families can live. Similar to several Parisian parks, the Parc des Buttes-Chaumont was made from an abandoned quarry. It was established in 1867. The park’s major highlight is a rock rising out of a lake in the center. You can reach it through a suspension bridge or settle at a spot on the lawn along with your lunch.

Canal Saint-Martin – Eastern Paris

The eastern part of Paris is usually ignored as people crowd the Eiffel Tower, the Champs Elysees and other mainstream things in Paris. This makes portions of the Canal Saint-Martin a standout amongst other spots in the French capital. The canal was created to reduce the boats for vessels going along the Seine River. Nowadays, the area in the southern part of the region is very attractive. It used to be laborers joint, but later 10th arrondissement was taken over by younger generations. It is an excellent place to spend during sunset.

Make sure you pay a visit to the above places if you are on a tour to Paris.