La rue de Malte

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A few steps away from the Canal Saint Martin, rue de Malte distinguishes itself from most streets by the fact that it’s divided into three separated segments. We can feel at the end of one of them that the street is over but you would be wrong, its starts at the rue Faubourg du Temple and ends at rue Oberkampf.

Quick meals, fast canteens or a dinner with subtle flavors, rue de Malte offers you a rather interesting eclectic choice: Le Chemise, La Boîte aux saveurs, or the thai Thai-Thip. And everywhere around, in the rue Amelot, the Passage Saint-Sébastien and of course throughout the canal, numerous restaurants are really tasty. Discover them in detail in our blog!

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Served by the metro stations of Oberkampf, Parmentier and Ménilmontant, the rue Oberkampf is one of the liveliest of the capital! By day, you can shop in the numerous stores throughout the street: La Corbeille de Fruits, Le Jardin Fromager, La Chocofiserie, Le Petit Bleu or even Miranda when it comes to food spots; Les Curieuses, Abacard or Mahatsara for decoration lovers.


By night, Oberkampf is fully awake and the atmosphere is electric. Bars, restaurants, concert rooms: there’s something for everyone! Do you want to have a drink? Head to Bar des Pirates or to Café Charbon. Do you want to take a bite? The street is full of restaurants, each one more delicious than the other. Would you rather watch a music show? Make a detour and stop by Nouveau Casino, Chat Noir or Bataclan.

Le Marais

An historic and inescapable district in Paris, Le Marais seduces with its particular charm that we don’t find anywhere else. Trendy, festive, fashionable… We can’t find enough adjectives to describe Le Marais! Historic monuments, bars, restaurants and boutiques: here’s what you’ll find.
Culture lovers can’t miss under any circumstance the place de la Bastille and its opera, la place des Vosges, Victor Hugo’s house and the Picasso museum. Shopping cravings will be easy to satisfy: boutiques are everywhere! And enjoy the numerous Italian restaurants (L’Osteria), Japanese (Kushikatsu Bon), Oriental (Chez Omar) and bistros (Le Voltigeur) to get some energy after walking around the streets of the neighborhood!

Canal Saint-Martin

Near la place de la République, the Canal Saint-Martin is the inescapable spot of the area. Parisians, from simple streetwalkers to cyclists they all love to go round its shadowy edges. When the weather is nice, it’s the perfect place for picnicking in a romantic atmosphere.
It’s equally possible to visit the canal by boat thanks to several companies that offer touristic circuits departing from Musée d´Orsay or Porte de la Villette.


Place de la République and the streets nearby form a lively area of the city where life is enjoyable and it’s nice to go out. By the Canal Saint-Martin, we also find a lot of open-air cafés and terraces that will make you so happy in the summer.

In one of the numerous adjacent streets – boulevard Magenta, rue Beaurepaire, rue du Faubourg-du-Temple, rue Léon-Jouhaux, boulevard Voltaire, boulevard du Temple, rue du Temple, boulevard Saint-Martin and rue René Boulanger – we find boutiques, bars and restaurants that contribute to the reputation of this lively neighborhood! And flavors here are eclectic: American (Le Fil Rouge Café), Japanese (Sept´n), and even Italian (Sassotondo).