Unusual places around the hotel Terminus Lyon - Paris

From 05 february 2021 to 19 january 2028

Would you like to discover Paris in a different way? We have prepared a top 5 of unusual addresses to visit around the hotel.

 

Petite Alsace

Discover an Alsatian hamlet in the heart of the capital! You will be surprised by this unique little corner of the countryside as you stroll along the Butte-aux-Cailles. These 40 houses built in an Alsatian style were built in 1912 to house the workers of the nearby factories !
 

10 Rue Daviel, 75013 Paris

Bassin de l'Arsenal

The port of l'Arsenal connects the Canal Saint-Martin to the Seine between the Quai de la Rapée and the Place de la Bastille. Only 600 meters from the hotel Terminus Lyon, come and walk around this marina, formerly a cargo port.
 

Bassin de l'Arsenal, 75012 Paris

Rue Crémieux

This picturesque pedestrian street in the 12th district of Paris with its pastel-colored facades is a stone's throw from the Gare de Lyon and the hotel. Fun Fact: It was renamed rue Crémieux in 1870 in homage to Adolphe Crémieux, a lawyer and politician who established the Crémieux decree giving French nationality to the 37,000 Jews of Algeria.
 

Rue Crémieux, 75012 Paris

Cour Damoye

The sublime hidden courtyard near Bastille in the La Roquette district is paved and lined with small buildings with typically industrial facades and nicely dressed with climbing plants. A small corner of calm in the heart of the hustle and bustle of Bastille!
 

14 Cour Damoye, 75011 Paris

Passage Lhomme

 

In the heart of the Faubourg Saint-Antoine is the beautiful passage of Lhomme, the memory of industrial Paris. This typical open-air passage gives the illusion of having stopped in time, projecting curious walkers into the heart of old Paris.


26 de la rue de Charonne, 75011 Paris

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