A quiet and green Passage in the 13th arrondissement of Paris. Situated in front of the dead-end Bourgoin, its name comes from the owner of the ground where the Passage was built, as well as for the dead-end.
The Passage d'Enfer, Passage of Hell, contrary to what its name might suggest is a true haven of peace in the 14th arrondissement. It connects the Boulevard Raspail to the Rue Campagne Première and is plenty of charm with its cobblestones and houses with colorful shutters and doors. It owes its name to the nearby former Boulevard d'Enfer, today Boulevard Raspail.
Situated in the 1st arrondissement of Paris, this gallery opened in 1826 wears the name of its two creators, the pork butcher Benoît Véro and his partner Dodat, a financier. A very beautiful covered gallery decorated with paints in the ceiling, but also one of the first galleries that received the gas lighting.
Hidden in the 3rd arrondissement of Paris, this passage connects the Rue Saint-Martin with the Rue de Turbigo. An incomparable charm with these colored shops of which a repair craftsman of umbrellas, and the greenery. A passage which offers a surprising peace and silence in this very frequented place.
Full of charm and history, the Parisian arcades are inevitable in Paris. The Passage des Panoramas, established in 1800, opens on the main boulevards in the 2nd arrondissement. It is nice to have a drink, stroll under its canopy, and discover its shops...
The Cour du Commerce Saint-André forms a passage in the 6th arrondissement. Atypical passage with its old cobblestones, it is also a historical passage located on the former way of the Philippe Auguste Wall, and where is the restaurant Le Procope founded in 1686, which welcomes many writers, intellectuals and revolutionaries.