The Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe, the Louvre … we all know them! Other lesser known places also deserve to be visited.
Urban Flat in Paris presents a selection of places we do not necessarily think about when we come to Paris.
The clock of the Musée d’Orsay
The Musée d’Orsay is known for having the most beautiful collections of impressionist works in the world. But did you know that you could access the two exterior clocks that look directly on the quai de seine? Rediscover the most beautiful monuments of Paris from a new angle of view!
1 rue de la Légion d’Honneur, 75007
Cool off at the Molitor Pool
The Molitor swimming pool, testimony of the Paris Art Deco, awaits the true lovers of breaststroke and crawl. It has recently been renovated and has been open to the public since 2014.
Above you can also go to the terrace to enjoy tasty cocktails while admiring the view of the large pool.
13 rue Nungesser et Coli, 75016
A return to childhood at the Musée des Arts Forains
« Laissez-vous emporter au pays du merveilleux et retrouvez votre âme d’enfant sur les attractions d’antan. » JEAN PAUL FAVAND
Imagine, 100 years ago, Parisians laugh, dance, have fun. The Museum has been able to restore to this place the festive side that was a century back. Jean Paul Favand gave this place magic, nostalgic and mysterious side to let us fall back to childhood.
53 Avenue des Terroirs de France, 75012
The crémieux street
The crémieux street, the most colorful street in Paris is perfect for your shots. It connects the rue de Bercy to the rue de Lyon in the XIIth arrondissement, not far from the Gare de Lyon. The street owes its charm to its inhabitants themselves who have repainted the facades. Do not miss to go there to capture the most beautiful picture.
Rue crémieux, 75012
The mosque of Paris
For the more discreet, do not miss the visit of the first mosque of Paris. Inaugurated in 1926, it is inspired by Hispano-Moorish style. Guests can enjoy mint tea accompanied by tasty oriental pastries in the beautiful mosaic-decorated patio.
2 bis Place du puits de l’Ermite, 75005