Rue Cler

Rue Cler, Paris: Address, Phone Number, Rue Cler Reviews: 4.5/5

Points of Interest & Landmarks • Flea & Street Markets
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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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Neighbourhood: Gros-Caillou
How to get there
  • La Tour-Maubourg • 6 min walk
  • École Militaire • 7 min walk
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German F
New Jersey243 contributions
Nice area to visit
Sep 2021 • Couples
Rue Cler is primarily the main street of interest filled with shops, cafes, bakeries, restaurants and fresh markets. Most of the cross streets also have cafes and restaurants. Many locals and tourists staying at nearby hotels come here.
Written 10 September 2021
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WeHa 98
Aschaffenburg, Germany223 contributions
Awesome location for all sorts of amazing food with a fun buzz and positive vibe
Jun 2021
My hotel is on this street and I am so happy about that!!! There is a bit of everything on this street which I love. You can get food to go or there are plenty of sit down options. There are also fresh food stalls and a small supermarket too. The pastry and cake shops are like nothing I've every seen and there are also exquisite chocolate shops. Everything that any one could want and it's got a truely mixed crowd - from young adults to older and definitely family friendly as there were children playing chasy and riding their little bikes today.
Written 19 June 2021
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JnVSydney
Greater Sydney, Australia10,245 contributions
Buzzing
Jan 2020
Located in the 7th this stretch of road, runs from, Rue Saint Dominique to Avenue de la Motte-Picquet, We were on our way back from Eiffel Tower, it is so-much fun to walk the streets especially at night rather than use the metro. Being the Chrissie Season, the street lights were twinkling away, it is quite a buzzing street even in the evening, with many restaurants and bars, proving very popular, most of the street is pedestrianised which is perfect for us.
Written 24 March 2020
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apim
Sydney, Australia298 contributions
Nice but there are nicer streets in Paris
Jun 2019
A beautiful street lined with shops and cafes in hear of Paris. We actually stayed in an AirBnB here. However, nothing over the top and there are more beautiful city stralls available in this romanctic heaven
Written 23 February 2020
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Getaway700970
20 contributions
Cafes and more
Feb 2020
Love to spend time and have a coffee or an ice cream there. The street has many cafés, little restaurants and small commerces. The area is touristy but also has plenty of locals
meeting there for a coffee or drinks at night. The cafés all offer good quality food at very decent prices. Bus and metro stations are less than 5-minute walks away. Overall, a nice area to visit and spend time in...
Written 21 February 2020
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B1714D
Belgrade, Serbia10,330 contributions
Another foodie street
Dec 2019
Just like the Montoguiel st, Rue Cler is a similar yet less crowded pedestrian street between the Invalides and Eiffel tower. Many cheese and wine shops along with small bistros that can serve as your break spot while exploring.
Written 26 January 2020
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mf62
London, UK129 contributions
Touisty
Jan 2020 • Solo
Lots of French around, but it seemed very touristy. Restaurants could have been anywhere. Very few unique shops - one exception being A la Mere de Familie. The adjacent side alleys have some good shops. Oh, after 2pm on Saturday seems to pretty much shut down. Don't know what the fuss is about!
Written 19 January 2020
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Aleksandar
Belgrade, Serbia8,213 contributions
Nice street
Oct 2019 • Couples
Nice pedestrian street near Army and Orsay museums.
Lots of nice restaurants and cafes. Great for an easy stroll.
Written 19 January 2020
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pharming_48
Halifax, Canada359 contributions
Nice safe walkable market street
Sep 2019
Have an hour away from the attractions. Crepes, fruit, cheese - lots of cheese - a pleasant street close to Eiffel
Written 5 December 2019
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Martha M
94 contributions
Adorable Street
Oct 2019
A must go if you are in the area. Wonderful fruit, pastries, chocolate, meat, bread. Walk the street and bring a tote bag and then have a picnic for lunch. Make sure to ask for the price you see on the street for fruit. We got overcharged for berries. Laduree here is especially nice and less crowded.
Written 9 November 2019
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