Rue Daguerre

Rue Daguerre, Paris: Address, Rue Daguerre Reviews: 4.5/5

Rue Daguerre
4.5
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Neighborhood: Montparnasse
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 gardens to match. Just a short metro ride away from the center of Paris this neighborhood has something for every hour of the day.
How to get there
  • Denfert-Rochereau • 6 min walk
  • Denfert-Rochereau • 6 min walk
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Turner S
Paris, France1,184 contributions
May 2021
When you finish with the catacombs, walk a little north to Rue Daguerre to get food and enjoy a proper market street in Paris. They have an incredible variety of restaurants. Two different places to try the food of La Reunion, for example. Many southeast Asian options as well. You get a real sense of the immigrant history of the neighborhood. Plus it has all the standard market stalls. I will go out of my way to get the fresh pasta from La Maison de la Pâte. Daguerre Marée is my favorite poissonerie in Paris. There are other shops as well so you can really make an afternoon of it. I understand the appeal of Rue Cler given its proximity to the big tourist sites, but Rue Daguerre is bigger and better in my amateur opinion.
Written May 13, 2021
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Marie M
Charlotte, NC113 contributions
Jan 2018 • Solo
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 encourage you to take in all the scents, shops, scenes and sample the restaurants! Close to transportation, conveniently located! Oh yes! The construction is complete now! It’s just wonderful!!
Written January 27, 2018
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MattsBeenEverywhere
West Malling, UK93 contributions
Jun 2017
An oasis of characterful shops in a bustling area offering a wonderful choice of bakers, seafood and greengrocers, interspersed with delightful restaurants. If you're staying locally take some bags and fill them with a fabulous range of food and wine!
Written July 9, 2017
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Jérôme V
Paris, France283 contributions
Apr 2019 • Couples
Rue Daguerre is a great street with a lot of butcheries, groceries store, food corners, café and restaurants. There are great shops as well like tbe oxfam bookstore with a nice selection of second hand english books.
It still has a soul for such a street. The famous photograph, cineast Agnes Varda lived up the street.
Written April 8, 2019
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Trainbleu
Brussels, Belgium28,142 contributions
Dec 2017 • Friends
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 walking up and down this pleasantly busy street, gazing at the delicious food on offer: fresh fish, roasted chickens, French cheeses, fresh pasta, fruit and vegetables and often can’t resist the urge to do some home cooking although there are plenty of little restaurants of every kind around.
Written December 14, 2017
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scottbQ5776KC
Monson, MA49 contributions
May 2017 • Family
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 helpful but not required.
Written December 6, 2017
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traveler19401994
Paris, France691 contributions
Jul 2017
I'd heard it mentioned many times over, but never visited. So, I set out to see it. I really enjoyed the walk up and down the street. It is much nicer than rue cler (IMO). It is a longer street with so many types of commerce all along both sides of the street. Hotels, restos, boulangeries, coffee shops, clothing shops, etc. All in a very charming appearance. Would not hesitate staying in this area on future visits. Recommend highly to anyone visiting the area.
Written August 5, 2017
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ShineSydneyAustralia
Glenbrook, Australia414 contributions
Jun 2018 • Family
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 who actually live, work and shop here. As all the previous reviews have stated it is full of bistros, fresh fruit stalls, cheese shops, fish shops, pastry shops interspersed with clothing stores, tea shops, pharmacies, etc. The street is very quiet and many days closed to traffic. I recently strolled up Rue Mouffetard, which is a similar style street, however it just seemed tourist haven. On Rue Daguerre I mainly see Parisians.
Written June 28, 2018
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Sydney C
3 contributions
Sep 2017 • Solo
Beautiful and safe, this is one of the most Parisian parts of Paris. The best days to go are on Saturday and Sunday when everything comes alive
Written September 2, 2017
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Sarx_121
London, UK313 contributions
Oct 2015 • Solo
I happened to have stayed at a hotel on Rue Draguerre and I walked along this pedestrian street every day. It is just so colourful and full of wonderful smells, cafe's, restaurants and of course a wonderful market filled with seafood, fresh cheeses, fruit and veggies, meats. Oh it is just wonderful.

I happened to brunch at Cafe Collette and was simply impressed by the design and food there. Upon my return t Paris I shall stay in this neighborhood again, as there are many authentic French bistro's and restaurant's close by. I would recommend for anyone and everyone visiting Paris to have a coffee and indulge in the wonderful atmoshpere of Rue Daguerre.
Written September 4, 2016
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