What To Do in 17 arrondissement Paris?
The 17th arrondissement of Paris is usually skipped by tourists in the city, but it is actually one of the most affluent neighborhoods, worth visiting simply for its majestic architecture and true Parisian atmosphere. It is an ideal place to take part in the daily life of locals, and join them in enjoying the restaurants, cafes and markets, such as the energetic Market on Rue Poncelet.
Although the area is not as well known, it still has many hidden treasures. Some of those are the Musée National Jean-Jacques Henner, a museum in an 19th-century mansion that celebrates the life and work from this, according to many, unappreciated artist. The 17 arrondissement is also home to Les Batignolles, a village within a city, packed with alternative clothing brands, gorgeous greenery and bohemian atmosphere.
What gym is near me in 17 arrondissement Paris with guest pass access?
When exploring less known districts in Paris, you can use the TrainAway app to find a gym near you that offers easy access with a day fitness pass. One such gym in Paris 17 arrondissement is the Neoness Paris Batignolles – Place De Clichy, opened by one of the top fitness chains in Paris. This spacious Neoness club offers everything you need for your cardio, functional and strength training, as well as tons of group classes, including strength training, spinning, yoga and pilates.
Are there any good nearby restaurants in 17 arrondissement Paris?
If you want to eat like local and enjoy a truly authentic setting, then there’s no better place to visit than the 17 arrondissement. Although there are foreign restaurants as in all parts of Paris, the most popular are still those serving local food, especially the Les Demoiselles Restaurant Café Paris 17ème and Restaurant Brigitte.