A mini train, that will take you to some of the more popular spots in Montmartre, in case the steep cobblestone roads are too much to walk
Gérard Mulot - Mulot does everything well—breads, croissants, tarts, chocolates, quiches, ready-made salads and, of course, pastries. The line during the holidays goes out the door and around the corner and is something to behold. We advise trying everything at Mulot—and a quick stop in for breakfast is a must if you are staying nearby. There is another location in the 13th.
Miss the Market? Visit These 6 Permanent Market Streets in Paris Anytime
Rue Daguerre is a lively market street in Paris' 14th arrondissement, between Montparnasse and the Denfert-Rochereau area. Permanent vendors here sell everything from fresh fruit and produce to wine, meats and cheese, or hand-made pasta.
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