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I always return to the many covered passages in Paris as they display unique early 19th Century architecture and commemorate a time when people moved off the dirty streets to have fun inside. Some unique shops and restaurants here.
Passage Verdeau is one of the 'youngest', opened almost 45 years after the Passage des Panoramas was inaugurated, and about 20 years later than most of the other famous Parisian covered passages. It was constructed following the opening of Passage Jouffroy. Moreover, even financially and...More
Experience a unique part of your trip to Paris, by visiting the Passage Verdeau, among the many other passages in Paris. Although it is filled with shops, cafes, and other businesses, some of them may be closed in August, since this is the usual vacation...More
If you are in the area or have already done all the big Paris sights, this is worth a look. But shouldn't be a priority.
The architecture is more of a draw than the shops themselves, but we enjoyed window shopping (shops were quite expensive)....More
I love these old passage and visited this one as part of a self-- guided walking tour. It is very pretty and one that I would recommend.
I was pleased to see that my favourite embroidery shop is still here.