• Walk along la rue Montorgueil and la rue Montmartre, the two main streets of the district where you can find a lot of bakeries, groceries, florists or all kinds of products (tea, pastries, chocolate, wine...).


• Enjoy a meal or a drink sitting at a terrasse (quite busy...)


• Pass by the perpendicular streets around, where the shops and restaurants are more specialized and conceptual


• Pass by the Passage du Grand Cerf, a typical Parisian passage created in 1825. Very luminous thanks to its glass roof where you can find crafty and specialized shops (design, home, jewels, fabrics...)

Very central, Montorgueil attracts a lot of Parisians and tourists. Pedestrian, the area is full of restaurants, cafés, shops and groceries located in cobbled streets.

At night, when the crowd has left the streets, the charm of the district appears when the lamps light the cobbled empty streets.


Location : 2ème arrondissement

Subway : Sentier (line 3), Etienne Marcel (line 4)

Time to stay : a few hours