Goutte d'Or

Goutte d'Or, Paris: Address, Goutte d'Or Reviews: 3.5/5

Goutte d'Or
3.5
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The area
Neighborhood: 18th Arr. - Buttes-Montmartre
How to get there
  • Barbès – Rochechouart • 4 min walk
  • Château Rouge • 5 min walk

3.5
23 reviews
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Facundo Siracusa
World311 contributions
DO NOT COME - DRUGS AND THIEVES
Sep 2019 • Solo
if you are looking this page in 2019, PLEASE, please DO NOT GO to this neighborhood. It is SUPER insecure, thieves everywhere and drug dealers. One of the worst places in Paris
Written 22 September 2019
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Thomas V
Oakland, California10,131 contributions
Unusual and Picturesque Neighborhood
Nov 2016
Most of the residents are immigrants or second-generation. People from many lands live here and have brought their cultures with them, so some interesting food markets and shops. Good street vibes. Architecture not so interesting as many of the new building have no special touches. Worth a visit.
Written 31 August 2017
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Thomas V
Oakland, California10,131 contributions
Paris as an Immigrant City
Nov 2016
Paris has always been an immigrant city, and in this neighborhood you will see modern immigration including lots of interesting shops and food stalls. See something different. Very safe.
Written 29 March 2017
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Nicole P
Los Angeles, CA28 contributions
Great find!
Sep 2016 • Friends
I'd been to Paris many years ago and I really did not like it. Fast forward 12 years and my aunt and visited and while it is congested and overpopulated, this time around was awesome. I booked us a Black Paris Tour and after reading about Goutte D'or ( Little Africa) we spent the day there and it was wonderful. If you love immersing yourself in different cultures and want to explore an area or district that most african americans don't know exists, visit. We were able to have dresses and skirts made beautifully by a talented and creative Nigerian Tailor. Boyo was pleasant, accommodating and an all around good person. My aunt and I also purchased fabric and he's designing and making us additional outfits and will send them. The 18th district is quite diverse within the African community. There are several fabric shops and open air markets. The vibe is eclectic and lively. Must do!!!
Written 9 September 2016
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Travelpeppy
Bangkok, Thailand490 contributions
Different cuisines
Apr 2016 • Couples
In Goutte d'Or people with multi cultured are living together so definitely its a place where we felt different vibes. Best part of this neighborhood is here we got variety to try food from different countries.
Written 29 June 2016
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Ritu V
New Delhi, India358 contributions
Multi-cultured neighborhood
Apr 2016 • Couples
Interesting neighborhood in Paris. Here you will get around with different cultured people and also find many restaurants based with different cuisines. You will like this place.
Written 28 June 2016
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gfcost
Rome, Italy53 contributions
City of differences
Nov 2014 • Family
The easiest way to arrive to "la Goutte d'Or" (the golden drop) is by underground. Arriving you would experience how the city if hosting different people and you will be prepared to the outside world. The inhabitants of the neighbourhood come largely from Mediterranean, African and Asian countries, so that you would be pleased to drink a coffee in a bistrot together with an old man wearing a "boubou" or to buy a telephone in a shop in which several language are used. Not the best place for Marie Le Pen or her friends, but a nice place to visit and to stay, with different smells, different foods, different musics and different people. Just 3 km from Notre Dame (and the percourse from Notre Dame to La Goutte d'Or is really pleasant!)
Written 2 December 2014
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Inspiration27492
PARIS, FRANCE1 contribution
Goutte D'Or - A taste of Senegal in Paris
If you are looking for a different experience in Paris, visit the multicultural neighborhood of Goutte D'Or in the 18th arrondissement, down the hill from Sacre Coeur. (Metro: Barbes-Rochechouart.) There is a large colorful market on Barbes most days and the neighborhood hosts a large outdoor festival the first week of July. You can find a $5 t-shirt or a $200 mohair designer sweater in this area. The first would be found at Tati, France's most popular discount department store. The second at Marcia de Carvalho's boutique, one of 14 up-and-coming designers with shops on rue des Gardes, aka "rue de la Mode." If shopping makes you hungry, stop at one of the restaurants specializing the cuisine of Cameroon, Senegal, Zaire, and other African countries. One precaution, it is best to visit during the day.
Written 8 June 2003
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