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Charming place, full of little shops, different styles and merchandises, from old antiques to new contemporary art, all with a hint of history. Worth a visit. The Grevin museum can be accesed from one of these galleries.
Take a step back in time and wander Paris’ many covered passages, home to shops and eateries. This one is one of the oldest filled with diners and lots of curio shops selling historic stamps and postcards. The entrance has a history of the building...More
The Oldest of the covered Passages, but I love them all. The panoramas at the entrance have long gone and the tiled floor has worn away in many places, but worth a visit because of the interesting little shops and restaurants. Start with Gallerie Viviane...More
Apparently it's the first covered walkway in Paris, built in 1799. It just oozes this old fashioned charm.
It's definitely a popular place and offers a few restaurants and cafes and even hip wine bars. It has somewhat different atmosphere to Passage Jouffroy across the...More
If you are in the area or have already done all the big Paris sights, this is worth a look. But shouldn't be a priority.
The architecture is more of a draw than the shops themselves, but we enjoyed window shopping (shops were quite expensive)....More
I recommend that one should visit as many of the covered passages as possible. Each one his its own character and they all capture the quintessential public space in Paris in the early 18th Century. Panoramas has some interesting shops and places to eat and...More
Went there by chance then started wandering in those little covered passages. They are somewhat the ancestors of the big malls we know, created to have better shopping experience jn the 1800s you can now have a good lunch or find rare stamps and postcards.
Very good sized covered passage with many restaurants and shops. Several art shops that didn't impress - well they didn't impress me. The restaurants were all very busy. Folks getting out of the direct July heat. Walked from Panorama to Jouffroy just across the road.
The neighbourhood around Opéra and Bourse is a belle époque paradise of grand boulevards, refined arcades, and mass-market art-nouveau entertainment. Here, modern day workers continue to take advantage of the legacy that nobility and finance left in the 19th century. Brightly-lit brasseries, theatres, and cinemas sit side by side with French bistros predominating in one area and Japanese restaurants in
another. The area is most famous for the Palais Garnier opera house and glamorous department stores.