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After exiting Le Metro and strolling thru Rue Cler, you appreciate the outdoor markets and cafes. Stopping to buy some fruit or sitting and ordering a beverage, you appreciate the opportunity. watch Paris walk by. If your into Yoga there is Lomey Yoga where you...More
Rue Cler which is located in the 7th Arrondissement not far from the Eiffel Tower, Invalides, Metro and etc. I always stroll through Rue Cler on my visit which is a short walk from my hotel at least a dozen times. Wonderful shops, restaurants, fresh...More
I love the shops and restaurants on the street, full of life and wonderful surprises!
Le Petit Cler restaurant is my favorite restaurant there and the chocolate shops are so great too....the vegetables/fruits and fish market store are great to visit! Some shops are selling...More
The pedestrian mall on Rue Cler is a real find in Paris. You can start at the fishmonger or the butcher, check out the charcuterie for appetizers, move on to the greengrocer, pick up your baguette and pastry, get the right wine for your meal,finish...More
Hubby and I visited after watching the sunset from the eiffel tower in November. It was just a short walk from the Tower.
I was not able to find any information about the hours beforehand, so I was surprised and happy to see it open...More
We found this street by accident when looking for dinner our first night in Paris as it was so close to our hotel! What an amazing street! So many shops and restaurants, it impossible to choose where to stop or where to eat! If you...More
There are so many "unique" streets in Paris and Rue Cler has always been considered one of them. I visited in the late afternoon and it really didn't "jump out" at me like some of the streets in the Marais or Left Bank.