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Lovely lively local area

We stayed in an apartment in rue Cler for 4 nights and loved the hustle and bustle (not noisy) of... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
Ann-Charlotte S
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Sydney, Australia
The best Street for a First Time Visitor

Rue Cler has everything you want at your fingertips---it's close to the Eiffel Tower, in addition... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Linda P
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Santa Cruz, California
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This lively cobblestone street effectively preserves the ambience of Paris of old and is home to countless small shops.
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Rue Cler near Eiffel Tower, 75007 Paris, France
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Reviewed 4 days ago

We stayed in an apartment in rue Cler for 4 nights and loved the hustle and bustle (not noisy) of narrow street. We stayed in the pedestrian section and had everything you could need at our doorstep - fromagerie, boulangeries, two small supermarkets, wine shops,...More

Thank Ann-Charlotte S
Reviewed 1 week ago

Rue Cler has everything you want at your fingertips---it's close to the Eiffel Tower, in addition to having everything you could ever want there. We stayed a t a great hotel right on Rue Cler. So we were able to literally step out the front...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Great area in Paris. We stayed in this area because of reading about this in Rick Stevens book. Safe area, great food, clean and friendly people. Trust me the French are not ‘warm’ but this area is great for tourists. We would see the kids...More

Thank Dodson3
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I know Rick Steve's enjoys this street, that's probably because he can afford it. I found the shops boring and overpriced. There was nothing on this street but expensive grocery stores.

Thank theresamH3070FV
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Rue Cler was very quiet near the end of August but we did manage to have a nice lunch there. It was not as lively or charming as I remembered.

Thank nowpacking
Reviewed 10 September 2018

We were staying at my friends Mariana's place right by rue Cler, so we went almost every evening. We had a few good meals and my husband tasted the mojitos in every bar.

Thank Meryla102
Reviewed 8 September 2018 via mobile

This street was highly recommended by severe travel guide books as having a great street market and great eateries. First of all, no one could help us find it and secondly the street market was closed due to a holiday in France. We ended up...More

Thank Lilytraveler401
Reviewed 29 August 2018 via mobile

Lovely Parisian street with cafes, gourmet shops, and the best creperie around. Very nice shopkeepers, beautiful displays, nice atmosphere.

Thank GlobeTraveler001
Reviewed 26 August 2018

We'd heard so much from Rick Steves about this street that we couldn't wait to spend some time there. Because we were visiting in August, many of the local businesses were closed, which we expected. However, the entire street was much more touristy and expensive...More

Thank Kgirl00
Reviewed 24 August 2018

A friend recommended that we visit this market street. We were there in mid August, which is Europe''s holiday time. Many shops were closed so we could not get quite as excited about the time there. They did have some nice bakeries.

Thank Morgan1025
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Tour Eiffel / Invalides
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area boasts the Musée D’Orsay, the tomb of Napoleon,
the National Parliament and UNESCO, as well as
luxurious, exclusive residences. In fine restaurants
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DavidLaJolla
29 July 2018|
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Response from its5oclocksumwhere | Reviewed this property |
There are shops and cafes all along the street. They display merchandise outside and inside. There are meat shops, cheese shops, bakeries etc.
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Bianca C
25 July 2018|
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Response from ErichZ14 | Reviewed this property |
Not at all. Rue Cler is about 3 block long and all the shops and cafes are open every day. Some open a little later on Sundays. Its just a neat little area to visit.
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9 July 2018|
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Response from cmdisney | Reviewed this property |
You will be just fine in that area shopping and speaking to the merchants in English. I would be sure to learn just a few words of French like Hello (Bonjour), thank you (merci), etc. I’ve always found that when they see you... More
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