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Passage des Panoramas

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Passage des Panoramas

320 Reviews
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11 boulevard Montmartre, 75002 Paris France
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See the highlights at the Louvre with a guide, and gain a depth of understanding for famous works such as the 'Mona Lisa' and 'Venus de Milo.' This tour includes a skip-the-line admission ticket, which should save hours of waiting in line. Plus, you have the option of a morning or afternoon departure time to suit your schedule, or upgrade to a private tour.
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JnVSydney wrote a review Mar 2020
Greater Sydney, Australia10,023 contributions1,484 helpful votes
The oldest covered passage in Paris and definitely one of the prettiest can be found in the ninth, it was nice just browsing the boutique out of the cold.
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Date of experience: January 2020
Maira Toledo wrote a review Feb 2020
Sao Paulo, SP275 contributions67 helpful votes
Built in 1799, Passage des Panoramas is the first covered walkway in Paris. Nowadays it is a haven for old stamp collectors.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Pernille I wrote a review Dec 2019
Copenhagen, Denmark3,607 contributions351 helpful votes
Long by 133 meters and only slightly more than 3 meters wide, this is the oldest covered passageway in Paris, which opened in 1800. Originally it had paintings of panoramas of famous places, hence the name - and initially they offered a clean shopping option for the rich ladies as they could stay away from the mud of the streets. It soon started housing several shops with stamps and postcards, which are still to be found as well as many cozy restaurants - special mention for Canard & Champagne! The atmosphere is really special with the beautiful shops and the decorations on walls and ceilings. Perfect place to take a walk in winter - but also to get away from the summer heat. And at the same time you can buy some nice old postcards as a souvenir!
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Date of experience: November 2019
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TheMouthyMuse wrote a review Nov 2019
Orlando, Florida38 contributions28 helpful votes
Enjoyed the wide array of shops and curious items. Vendors and shopkeepers were all friendly and helpful. Lots of options for lunch as well.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Victoria_Voyageur wrote a review Oct 2019
Victoria, Canada46 contributions41 helpful votes
This covered arcade is one of several open-air passages in the area, and you can actually walk for a few blocks by going from one to the next, as they are separated only by narrow streets. Think of them as boutique-filled tunnels through buildings, and you'll get the idea. Built in the 19th century, they were France's first shopping malls, though that term might be a bit misleading to North Americans, as they are far more elegant than the modern shopping centers that pepper Canada and the US. In the three passages in this sector of Paris (Jouffroy, Panoramas and Verdeau), you'll find antique shops, bars, bookstores, knick-knack stores, even a small hotel and designer jewelry, the latter being provided by Messmer Jewelry, located in Passage des Panoramas. The passages are a visual treat just to walk through even if you don't buy anything.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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