Holiday in Paris:  secret places you need to know

Nicolas Flamel's house - The oldest house in Paris is located in the 3rd district. Built-in 1407.

The Witch's Stone (Le Rocher de la Sorcière) - This imposing stone block is what remains of an ancient fountain, reminiscent of the old marquis of Montmartre.

Rue Cremieux - Rue Crémieux is undoubtedly one of the loveliest in the capital, with its cobblestones and colorful houses.

The Great Mosque of Paris - Close to the Lutetia Arena is the Great Mosque of Paris, whose Moorish architecture and minaret stand out. 

The Antoine Bourdelle Museum - This museum, dedicated to the famous sculptor, is located in the 15th district near the Montparnasse Tower. It presents visitors with impressive collections.

Serge Gainsbourg's house - On the Left Bank, in the 7th district, is the house where Serge Gainsbourg spent the last years of his life.

The Pagoda - In the middle of the 8th district, this red Chinese pagoda stands out from the Haussmannian buildings that surround it. 

The church of Sainte-Odile - Lesser known than Notre-Dame or Sacre-Coeur, the Sainte-Odile church has the talles bell tower in Paris (72 meters / 236 ft).

Rue Denoyez - In the 20th district, Dénoyez street is famous for its murals. It is the quintessence of street art made in Paris!

The Florida City (Cité Florale) - Lesser known than Butte-Aux-Cailles in the 13th district, Cité Florale is a micro-district not far from Parc Montsouris.

La Campagne district in Paris - If you are looking for some green and calm, to relax in the busy city, the Campagne district is ideal! Located in the 20th district.

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