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What little-known Paris attractions are there to discover?

Paris is a city rich in hidden treasures, far from the usual tourist trails. For those looking to explore a lesser-known facet of the French capital, this article offers a guide to little-known attractions in Paris that are well worth discovering.

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The Museum of Fairground Arts

Nestled in the Bercy district, this museum offers a unique experience with its collection of vintage funfair objects. Discover period rides and immerse yourself in the enchanting world of popular entertainment of the past.

Le Passage des Panoramas

The oldest of Paris' covered passages, the Passage des Panoramas, offers a charming escape with its shopping galleries, vintage boutiques and quaint cafés. Ideal for a peaceful stroll.

La Petite Ceinture

A former abandoned railroad line encircling Paris, the Petite Ceinture is today a little-known green space. Explore its quiet paths and admire the unspoiled urban landscape while escaping the hustle and bustle of the city.

La Coulée Verte René-Dumont

This former railroad line transformed into a tree-lined promenade offers a tranquil escape above the streets of Paris. Perfect for a romantic stroll or a serene break in the heart of urban nature.

Le Square des Batignolles

This peaceful park in the 17th arrondissement is often overlooked by visitors. Enjoy its shady walkways, ponds and bucolic charm, far from the hustle and bustle of tourism.

Le Musée de la Vie Romantique

A little gem located in the Nouvelle Athènes district, this museum dedicated to the Romantic era features a collection of memorabilia and works of art evoking 19th-century Paris.

To take one of these artistic Parisian souvenirs with you, Toit de Paris offers you these personalized key rings and decorative prints made from real pieces of Parisian roofing. As original as they are eco-friendly, they're the ideal gift idea.



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