A stone’s throw the hotel: Rue Poncelet, a real neighbourhood life

A stone’s throw the hotel: Rue Poncelet, a real neighbourhood life

 

In the 17th district of Paris, at 10 Avenue des Ternes, begins the welcoming Rue Poncelet which is a great shopping street and home to a daily and renowned market, open from Tuesday to Saturday and Sunday morning. In the 17th century, Rue Poncelet was known as “rue des Dames”, as this was a holy path leading to Montmartre Abbey. Today, Rue Poncelet makes you live an unforgettable moment of gourmet shopping in a convivial neighbourhood atmosphere. Indeed, if you wish to experience a unique Parisian street market and treat yourself with local fresh products, do not wait any longer and go for a stroll along this charming and lively street. You will find several wine cellars, bakeries, delicatessens, a coffee roaster, a chocolate shop and a lot of fruit and vegetable stalls. Many artisans like Cosse butcher-delicatessen and Alléosse cheese shop are well established and offer high quality products, to the delight of all French gastronomy lovers!

Photo credit : Marché de la rue poncelet © CC By-SA 3.0