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It's a canal. Nice for a walk on a sunny day. Many people enjoyed their lunch or had a picnic there. If you just want to take a stroll and see a part of Paris that you have not seen, it's worth a visit. The...More
Sadly we took time out of our day to come and see this canal since it was recommended in our Lonely Planet Guide. It was very disappointing and not worth the visit. Dull considering all the other places to visit in Paris. We visited last...More
First, you go through a water tunnel that lasts for about 15 minutes, then you go through about 8 locks. Each time boat stops at lock, water rushes in , raising the boat, gates open up and you go forward. At one of the locks,...More
We went here to enjoy a nice stroll along the canal and could not have been more disappointed. There were no cute or charming or quiet areas to walk at all. Seeing the canal locks was kind of nifty but other than that not much...More
Neither our hosts nor my wife or I had done the Canal Saint Martin cruise through the covered river and locks.
We were both surprised and delighted with the trip and the canal. It really is a marvel of engineering design. The tunnels with the...More
We walked along this Canal on a sunny Saturday afternoon in May around 3pm in Paris and saw a large group of Parisiens dancing the Tango. It was just beautiful! After watching them for a while in admiration, we continued along until we saw the...More
Always wanted to visit since I lived in Paris but never got a chance to until now. It was just amazing that you turned off the Seine into a small canal, through series of locks, cruise literally underneath the Place de Bastille right through the...More
It was wonderful to see the completion of the huge park. The 7-8 locks taken to get through the canal is exciting, and the views on board are wonderful. The commentary is done in French and English, although the English is difficult to understand -...More
The tree-lined Canal Saint-Martin is the focal point of one of the most romantic and hip areas of Paris. Watch boats travel along the canal while lovers and friends take in the atmosphere from the banks or the bridges. Evenings see hoards fill the embankments to drink wine and enjoy good company. The colder days lead people to hipster bars, cozy restaurants, and concert spaces. Those who are more adventurous may
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