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Popular Attractions near Passage Jouffroy

If you're a first time visitor to Passage Jouffroy, you might prefer a more touristy area, but if you're a solo traveler, a local neighborhood could be more interesting. Some areas have lots of things to do within walking distance, but it may be more expensive. To give you a starting point for your trip research, we looked at what people say about attractions near Passage Jouffroy.


What are some good attractions near Passage Jouffroy?

Here are some of the most recommended attractions near Passage Jouffroy.

La Boite a Joujoux
41 Passage Jouffroy 75, IDF

01 48 24 58 37
Pain d'Epice
29 Passage Jouffroy Paris, France

01 47 70 08 68
Librairie Paul Vulin
39 et 48 Passage Jouffroy Paris, France

01.56.03.94.10
Passage Verdeau
6 Rue de la Grange Batelière 75, IDF

01 71 37 75 09
Musée Grévin
10 Boulevard Montmartre Paris, France

01 47 70 85 05
Passage Jouffroy
Paris, Île-de-France

01 47 70 28 64
L'Etoile d'Or
Paris, France
Versailles
France
Grands Boulevards
France
Bourse
France
Le Grand Rex
Paris, France

01 45 08 93 89
GALERIES LAFAYETTE
21 Boulevard Haussmann Paris, Île-de-France

01 42 82 31 10
Jean-Paul Gaultier
6 Rue Vivienne 75, IDF
Librairie F. Jousseaume
France
Galerie Colbert
2 Rue Vivienne 75, IDF

01 47 03 89 29

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Here's what Trippy members had to say about attractions:

"That particular one has some great shops for kids including Pain d'Epice which is a really cool miniature/toy store and La Boite a Joujoux which is another cool toy store."  See More

"My favorite is probably Librairie F. Jousseaume in the Galerie Vivienne, Paris Aside from having an amazing selection of used books, it's just a stunning, stunning store."  See More

"There is an extensive network that runs from the Rue Saint-Marc which includes Les Passage des Panoramas all the way up to Passage Verdeau on the Snc Cogifrance Montmartre."  See More

"Walk along the Seine river, from Eiffel Tower to Notre Dame Cathedral, then explore the center and the "Quartier Du Marais" district, then you can walk from there to Bastille, and walk up near the Canal St Martin, reach République then Grands Boulevards, and from there explore the covered walk (passage couvert), near Bourse district, and beside Musée Grévin."  See More

"Passage Jouffroy which is an incredibly cool covered shopping arcade) and very close to a metro station."  See More

"L'Etoile d'Or - the woman who runs this has long grey braids and puts each sweet on a silver tray for you."  See More

"visit Eiffel tower, Arc de Triomphe, Notre dam, Versailles's Palace and Strasbourg."  See More

"If it does get rainy, check out the enclosed shopping Passages in the Opéra and Grands Boulevards areas."  See More

"For entertainment, I would check out the Le Grand Rex."  See More

"Printemps always has nice ones as does GALERIES LAFAYETTE."  See More

"I would also try Jean-Paul Gaultier which is very, very French."  See More

"In the Cité Universitaire, this building was made by Lucio Costa et Le Corbusier Galerie Colbert located at 6, rue des Petits Champs, Paris 2ème."  See More

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