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Top recommendations from locals

From sightseeing to hidden gems, find out what makes the city unique with the help of the locals who know it best.

Department Store
“Le Bon Marché is a department store in Paris. Founded in 1838. It's food section "L'epicerie" is the biggest food market in Paris. 12min by uber or 24min by metro (line 4 , 11 stops to Saint-Placide)”
  • 559 locals recommend
“Tour Maine-Montparnasse (Maine-Montparnasse Tower), also commonly named Tour Montparnasse, is a 210-metre (689 ft) office skyscraper located in the Montparnasse area of Paris, France. Constructed from 1969 to 1973, it was the tallest skyscraper in France until 2011, when it was surpassed by the 231-metre (758 ft) Tour First. As of April 2019, it is the 19th tallest building in the European Union. Access by the station "Gare Montparnasse" on the line 4, 6, 12 or 13”
  • 286 locals recommend
Lingerie Store
“Rue commerçante, avec beaucoup de boutiques ! Its a street where you can find a lot of shops like Zara, H&m, Kiko Milano, Mac ...”
  • 78 locals recommend
Tapas Restaurant
“Best Grocery in Paris, upper upper quality, infinite shelves of good products from France, Italy and Greece, among others. Best French regional products available. Adjacent to Le Bon Marché, the most famous high-end retail store in Paris’ Left Bank.”
  • 179 locals recommend
“My Great grand-father founded this restaurant. It is the biggest in terms of size and famous for the paintings on the walls. This is where Jean-Paul Sartre, Picasso, Édith Piaf, Joséphine Baker, Man Ray, and Ernest Hemingway used to go.”
  • 94 locals recommend
“Organ concerts are performed at the St. Sulpice, mostly works for the Organ. On Sundays you can actually climb the stairs and find yourself "inside" an organ with about 7000 pipes going full blast. Try to get there around noon to be included in this, or arrive at 10:30 if you are simply interested in the public mass. The organ was considered to be one of the best three in the French Kingdom.”
  • 78 locals recommend
Pastry Shop
“Pierre Hermé started his career at just 14 as an apprentice to Gaston Lenôtre (see below) and made a name for himself early on in France, Japan, and the United States as the “Picasso of pastry,” revolutionizing pastry making by embracing bold new flavors, sensations, and pleasures. His macarons continue to be among his chief achievements, with original creations like the Mogador (chocolate and passion fruit), Mosaïc (pistachio, cinnamon, and kirsch-soaked cherry), and Ispahan (rose, litchi, and raspberry), gaining legions of fans. You can try them and more at his 11 stores in Paris.”
  • 76 locals recommend
Department Store
“A large choice of boutiques and restaurants. Easy access by taking the Metro line 6 from Cambronne to Montparnasse-Bienvenue.”
  • 37 locals recommend
French Restaurant
“Another favorite place for Parisian celebrities. Although the cuisine is not refined,you will still love the ambience of Who is who. ”
  • 68 locals recommend
“The Bourdelle museum dedicated to Bourdelle retains extremely varied and rich collections. To the vast collection of sculptures (plasters, bronzes, marbles, stones, earth, sandstone) is added that of the collection of drawings of the artist preserved in the cabinet of graphic arts. The Bourdelle museum presents other funds, however, which have been historically entrusted to it, such as that of Rhodia and Michel Dufet, respectively daughter and son-in-law of the artist.”
  • 48 locals recommend
French Restaurant
“Amazing view of Paris: rooftop of Montparnasse Tower There is a rooftop restaurant and / or a simple access to the rooftop. The restaurant does not serve good food though”
  • 55 locals recommend
Coffee Shop
“Not the friendliest staff, but their coffee is on point and the food is great.”
  • 58 locals recommend
“My favourite Breton creperie. Their aubergine galette is to die for, as are any other of their galettes and crepes. For dessert, a crepe with salted caramel and a ball of vanilla bean ice cream is perfection.”
  • 51 locals recommend
Art Museum
“In 1818, the Musée du Luxembourg was designated a “museum for living artists”, or in other words, a museum of contemporary art. David, Ingres and Delacroix, among others, were exhibited there. Nowadays the Musée du Luxembourg is one of the leading exhibition spaces in Paris, with several temporary exhibitions each year.”
  • 33 locals recommend
“Best macaroons in Paris. Stunning desserts that are a joy to look at, and to eat of course. ”
  • 44 locals recommend
“this place is a cabaret where you can have dinner too while you see the show.”
  • 17 locals recommend