The SpaceIl y a un beau parquet, un lit convertible confortable de tres bonne qualite, un coin cuisine avec mini-four, 2 plaques electriques, un petit frigo, une bouilloire. Radiateur electrique dans la piece principale et un chauffe-serviette dans salle de bain. Toilettes comprises dans la salle de bain, grand lavabo et douche Italienne a mitigeur. C'est parfait pour une personne ou un couple, pas de place supplementaire, il n'y a pas la place. The NeighborhoodLocals flock in droves to the banks of the Canal Saint-Martin to picnic and strum guitars. Cafes and quirky boutiques flank the water and iron footbridges. On Sundays, two streets running parallel to the canal, Quai de Valmy and Quai de Jemmapes, are reserved for pedestrians and cyclists—perfect for renting a bike and seeing the city from a fresh angle. Another possibility is to take a tour of the canal by boat. Visitors of all ages should find something to love alongside the Canal Saint-Martin.
The Canal Saint-Martin neighborhood is nestled between Gare du Nord and Republique in Northeastern Paris, in the 10th arrondissement. The canal feeds into the Seine River in the South and the Bassin de la Villette and the Canal de l'Ourq in the North.
Main streets around the canal: Quai de Valmy, Quai de Jemmapes, Rue Beaurepaire, Rue Bichat, Boulevard Magenta, Rue du Faubourg St Martin, Rue Louis Blanc
Stroll along the Canal Saint Martin, enjoy the charm of its shady banks while observing the boats passing through locks. Attracted to such natural and enchanting surroundings, many colorful shops line the quays.
Also to be discovered: temporary exhibitions featuring the works of young artists. After admiring the jewels of this romantic stylist Stanislassia Klein on rue Beaurepaire, you can check out some fashion boutiques. Pink, green and yellow shops: the three adjacent boutiques of Antoine and Lili offer decorative objects and clothes of all colors for women and children.
A little further up is the Jardin Villemin. Amongst chestnut trees, plane trees and black pines grow the shared gardens, maintained with love by the Parisians themselves through local participation.
Contemplate the remains of the Convent of the Récollets, a former hospital built in 1870 near the Gare de l'Est to care for wounded soldiers returning from the front lines.
Head to the left bank of the canal for some music! At 200 Quai de Valmy, enjoy the eclectic sounds of the Point Ephémère, from tango to electro, to rock. This trendy, cultural hub has multiple atmospheres and a wide esplanade overlooking the canal, where you can have a drink with your feet dangling over the water.
For a gastronomic treat, consider the restaurant La Bulle, at 48 rue Louis Blanc (left off Quai de Valmy). Getting AroundMetro station Chateau Landon (line 7) and Gare de l'Est Train and metro Station 1 minute away. Buses 46 and 26 (stop "Chateau-Landon"), many buses and metro lines Gare de l'Est, as well as at Gare du Nord (a 7-minute walk away)