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Pandamedic wrote a review Mar 2020
Lichfield, United Kingdom5,284 contributions1,272 helpful votes
We had a walk along here. The building are pretty cool and it's full of shops and restaurants. Kind of like Oxford Street in London. Just remember, some of the items in the shops here can be brought cheaper elsewhere!
Date of experience: February 2020
17 Helpful votes1 Repost
JnVSydney wrote a review Mar 2020
Greater Sydney, Australia10,109 contributions1,495 helpful votes
Stretching from Place de la Concorde to (changing its name to Rue Saint Antoine, on the way) Place de la Bastille, this is a very busy street, for traffic and pedestrians alike. There is so much to see, the demographic changes constantly along the way, it is hard for the walker to get bored. The Concorde, Louvre stretch would have to be our favourite.…
Date of experience: January 2020
B1714D wrote a review Jan 2020
Belgrade, Serbia8,719 contributions2,671 helpful votes
Rivoli is a pretty long street running all the way from Pl. Bastille to the Pl. Concorde area. The first third of it, from the Bastille is very picturesque, in the Marais area where you feel the real Paris. The latter part closer to Louvre, Vendome and Concorde is very commercial with mid range brand shops you see in every city.…
Date of experience: December 2019
Aleksandar wrote a review Jan 2020
Belgrade, Serbia8,215 contributions1,796 helpful votes
Great and quite long street, which goes paralel with the Seine river, packed with nice restaurants and interesting shops.
Date of experience: October 2019
Leverance wrote a review Dec 2019
Canterbury, United Kingdom64 contributions53 helpful votes
So interesting with much to see and do for all tastes. Great shops, restaurants and easy access to many places of interest. A good place to stay.
Date of experience: May 2019
2 Helpful votes