As the most popular tourist destination in the world, Paris will never lack the attractions that make the world linger: the Louvre, the Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe... In fact, this beautiful city also hides too many secret place worth exploring! If you want to know a different Paris, you should go to the following 10 secret spots, and this will not live up to the feast.



During the last scene of movie <Me Before You>, the main female character drinks a coffee at a cafe in this plaza. This is such a perfect plaza you can feel the atmosphere of the movie. Place Dauphine is located in the center, but surrounded by buildings which makes it such a secret place. The plaza is lined with cafes and restaurants. 

Address : Place Dauphine, 75001 Paris

Transportation : Metro line 4 Cité / Metro line 7 Pont Neuf



Stands one of the green area in the middle of Paris. Place des Vosges is Paris's oldest public square with central park that is surrounded by 17th century houses, situated in the famous Marais district.


Address: Place des Vosges 75004 Paris

Access: Metro Chemin Vert station (line 8) or Bréguet-Sabin station (line 5)

Opening hours: 24/7



A cozy small neighborhood nearby the city center. Located in Le Marais, there are a lot of galleries, antique shops, and bookstores. Surrounded by beautiful buildings of Paris, you can stroll through the streets in a peaceful and quiet atmosphere. There are some antique and unique cafes and restaurants where you can peacefully spend your afternoon. 

Address : Rue Saint-Paul, 75004 Paris

Transportation : Metro line 1 Saint-Paul



This colorful street, just next to Paris Lyon station, reminds you of Burano island near Venice. Each house on this street shows off its colorful building and decorations which make you lose track of time taking photos. Some houses have the sign not to be taken photos, so please be aware of it. 

Address : Rue crémieux, 75012 Paris

Transportation : Metro line 1, 5, 8 Bastille



Passage is a shopping street covered by a glass dome. There are around 20 passages in Paris, and the most popular one is Passage Jouffroy. Grevin Museum, the oldest wax museum in Europe, is located inside, and this passage is connected to other passages on each side. There is a cute shop, PARIS EST TOUJOURS PARIS, where you can buy the variety of French souvenirs. Don’t forget to get a 10% discount with O’Bon Paris’ coupon.

Address : 47 Passage Jouffroy, 75009 Paris 

Transportation : Metro line 8, 9 Grands Boulevards

Opening hours : Mon-Sat 8:30-19:30 / Sun 10:00-19:00



Be located in the famous area Saint-Germain-des-Prés, Seine Street is very beautiful and prefect for a lazy stroll, not far from the Paris Art Institute, the whole street is filled with  art galleries. The most can not to be missed on this street is the La Palette cafe, which has been in existence since 1930. It is very old and attractive, with a 30s ceramic style and a small flower balcony.


Address: 43 Rue de Seine, 75006 Paris

Transportation : Metro line 4 Saint-Germain-des-Prés station

Business hours: daily 08:00 - 02:00



The plaza is also located in Saint-Germain-des-Prés. It was named after the Furstenberg Monastery in the early eighteenth century. Surrounded by houses, it serves the horses of the monastery. Due to the five lanterns and four paulownia trees in the center of the square, Fürstenberg Square has undoubtedly become the most romantic square in Paris. We recommend that you take a walk after nightfall and stay away from the glitz of Saint-Germain and the Flora Cafe.


Address : Rue de Furstemberg, 75006 Paris

Transportation : Metro line 4 Saint-Germain-des-Prés station


8 .Rue Mouffetard 

Located in the Latin Quarter on the left bank of Seine River, this is an old Paris Market Street, an old street that has been preserved since Roman times. Because in the Latin Quarter, it close to the University City, there are many cost-effective specialty restaurants and snacks, many students like to eat here. At one end of the street is the Place de la Contrescarpe, which is very lively at night.  Do not forget take your friends at the weekend to experience a different Paris here!


Address : 123 Rue Mouffetard, 75005 Paris

Transportation : Metro line 7 Place Monge


The romantic Montmartre Heights naturally has many romantic locations, but many people may not know there is a picturesque residential area hidden in it: British architecture in the 1920s, beautiful bricks building, red plaid exterior, slate roof and the window covered with wild ivy... It seems to be far from Paris, and came to a quiet village. The most interesting story is that during World War II, German soldiers and local residents lived here togather ! 


Address:Villa Léandre, 75018 Paris

Transportation : Metro line 12 Lamarck - Caulaincourt



In the Folie Méricourt area, the Oberkampf street has always been known for its charming and welcoming nightlife. However, behind the bustling Parisian city life, there is also a beautiful secret: a flower-filled old street, the Cité du figuier. Beautiful palm trees, fig trees, giant aloes and gentle violets... seems to have suddenly entered the forest park. Today there are a variety of artists and craftsmen. If it is not because of the strong protection of the locals, this old street may have disappeared!


Address : 104-106 rue Oberkampf , 75011 Paris

Transportation : Metro line 3 Parmentier