The Prettiest Streets in Paris

By: Leah Shoup

Rue Crémieux

This famous Paris street, located in the city’s 12th arrondissement, is undoubtedly the most colorful street in Paris.

Rue Saint Dominique

Rue Saint-Dominique is a narrow shopping street that spans the entire 7th arrondissement–the same neighborhood as the Eiffel Tower!

Avenue des Champs-Élysées

This avenue is one of the most famous streets in Paris thanks to the Arc de Triomphe and the luxury shops you can find here.

Rue Lepic

In the late 1800s, this neighborhood became a center for up-and-coming artists. During that time, many famous painters lived on Rue Lepic, including Vincent Van Gogh.

Rue Lamarck

This charming street in the 18th arrondissement runs along the side of the Sacré-Cœur Basilica. The metro station here is particularly beautiful and even appears in the 2001 film Amélie.

Rue Norvins

This street in the 18th arrondissement is famous for preserving the image of Montmartre as an old French town or village.

Avenue Rapp

Avenue Rapp is a posh street in the 7th arrondissement, featuring a secret Eiffel Tower view and one of the best examples of Art Nouveau architecture in Paris: the Lavirotte Building.

Rue Montorgueil

Rue Montorgueil is a popular place for locals to do their daily shopping, making it one of the top Paris streets for "foodies"!

Rue Mouffetard

Rue Mouffetard, located in the Latin Quarter, is well-known for its open-air markets. Parisians have nicknamed this road la Mouffe!