From the Colonne de Juillet on the Bastille square to the Aligre market and its dynamic authenticity, from the shadows of narrow passages to the surprising labour courtyards that are so typical of the Faubourg Saint-Antoine, dive into the often-overlooked district of the Quinze-Vingts. Despite its mysterious arithmetic name, the district remains one of the most dynamic of Paris, and certainly one of the most important in the history of the capital, both for its human and industrial revolutions! Don’t be surprised there if you come across a former elephant, black musketeers and a reference for a famous New-York park!
Follow TheWaysBeyond in the small streets of the Quinze-Vingts, looking for a bit of history or a bite of French gastronomy, as the district is full of internationally recognized restaurants, as well as a historical food market, well-known for its specific and authentic atmosphere.
The walk takes place in the morning to be able to end up in the food market before it closes, and where your guide will point you out some great local spots for lunch!
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