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Interesting neighbourhood street with good food

This street has an interesting atmosphere and offers both good quality informal restaurants and... read more

Reviewed October 30, 2018
Sydney, Australia
Small food market with a nice selection of specialty foods.

There are some very good small stores, where you can find selection of rare cheeses, dry meats, and... read more

Reviewed September 7, 2018
New York City, New York
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Rue Daguerre, 75014 Paris, France
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Reviewed October 30, 2018

This street has an interesting atmosphere and offers both good quality informal restaurants and cafes as well as specialist food shops (cheese, fish, meat etc). We stayed at a nearby apartment and enjoyed both eating simple meals and gathering provisions for food at home from...More

Date of experience: October 2018
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Reviewed September 7, 2018

There are some very good small stores, where you can find selection of rare cheeses, dry meats, and foie gras!

Date of experience: August 2018
Thank Venture797295
Reviewed September 4, 2018

One of Paris' best market streets, much of it pedestrian only, lined with terrific food stores. Everything you might want is here. Plus lots of cafes and restaurants. The heart and stomach of the 14th. Lovely.

Date of experience: May 2018
2  Thank Thomas V
Reviewed July 4, 2018

A bustling street with may cafes, shops, patisseries and bars. A mini neighbourhood on its own! Don't just stay in the main bit, walk to the end, there are a few lovely places at the far end.

Date of experience: July 2018
1  Thank AdamWright85
Reviewed June 28, 2018 via mobile

We have been coming here for over 20 years now. The fruit, cheese, wine, bakeries and other food stores cannot be beaten. The stores are often handed down from generation to generation. If you can’t wait to take the food you buy back to your...More

Date of experience: June 2018
2  Thank Norman B
Reviewed June 28, 2018 via mobile

What a gift to have this Street right next to where we are staying. Had no idea it was here and it is such a gift to us. The tourists (of which I am one) are so tiring, yet this street seems full of people...More

Date of experience: June 2018
2  Thank ShineSydneyAustralia
Reviewed April 19, 2018

Walk around, stop for a cup of coffee, browse the stores, cafes, restaurants, butcher shops, bakeries and grocery stores. Experience part of life as a Parisian.

Date of experience: April 2018
Thank 2Birdsfishnfrogs
Reviewed January 27, 2018 via mobile

I am an American temporarily living in Paris This street is just perfect. This pedestrian street feels like a little village and the shopkeepers are always helpful and friendly even though my French is limited! You can find anything on this street - and I...More

Date of experience: January 2018
3  Thank Marie M
Reviewed December 14, 2017

When in Paris, we are so lucky as to be able to stay in a flat in the 14th arrondissement, lent to us by friends. As it is close to the pedestrian Rue Daguerre, we do most of our shopping there. We never tire of...More

Date of experience: December 2017
3  Thank Trainbleu
Reviewed December 6, 2017

Far more locals than tourists. A day in the life type of experience - at least to me. There are a large number of good to great cafes, brasseries, restaurants. And the markets are just a party. Every encounter with a merchant is fun. French...More

Date of experience: May 2017
1  Thank scottbQ5776KC
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The namesake tower of Montparnasse dominates over the
landscape but the fun part is the throbbing life that
goes on below it. Bright lights, busy cinemas,
brasseries and diners encompass hidden museums and
parks to entertain the masses. Long avenues lead away
from the tower to take you to unsuspecting places and
historical monuments and treasures. In between lie
adorable ivy-covered houses with beams and small
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October 13, 2017|
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Response from Sydney C | Reviewed this property |
Denfert Rochereau. It has a Rue Daguerre exit and services lines 4 and 6
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staying in arrondissements 2, 11, 14 or 18 (18 Replies)
I have been looking for two bedroom apartments on the net for our family's stay in Paris March 18 to 25. So far, the most reasonably priced are in the 2nd, 11th, 14th or 18th arrondissements, on rue Poissoniere, rue Charonne, rue Daguerre, and rue Tourlaque respectively. Can anyone tell me which of these areas would be best to stay in? I realize the 2nd arrondissement is closer to the centre of Paris and all of the attractions, but is it easy enough to get around from the other areas?
February 03, 2005|
Response fromTetine|
I vote for the 14th. Rue Daguerre has an open market everyday except Mondays. The street itself is very charming and is close to everything. You can walk to the Montparnasse area within minutes. Main metro, RER line at Denfert Rochereau which is at the end of the street.
Columbus, Ohio
Are Google maps for Paris broken? (26 Replies)
Every time I try to use Google maps to get directions from the CDG airport to anywhere in Paris using public transportation I get this message: "Sorry, we could not calculate directions from "Rue Daguerre, 75014 Paris, France" to "Charles de Gaulle Airport, 95700 Roissy-en-France, France." Directions using a car are fine and using any other place besides CDG is fine. Anyone knows what's going on? It's been days and I notified Google but to no avail. Don't get it. Am I missing something?
May 17, 2014|
Response fromtravelnutty|
Well, you don't need a route planner for that trip. Walk from rue Daguerre to the RER at Denfert Rochereau and take it to Aeroport Charles de Gaulle T-1 or T-2.
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Rue Cler vs Rue Daguerre (8 Replies)
I won't be staying long in Paris, so I need help deciding which of these two streets to visit. From all I read, they are similar. Which one do you prefer?
April 07, 2008|
Response fromAHague|
Perfect. Thank you so much!