3 Hidden Spots in the City of Paris

Paris Tours

Hidden Spots In Paris

Most tourists who are planning to go on Paris tours usually visit the popular attractions in the city such as the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre, the Catacombs, the Palace of Versailles, the Pantheon, etc. However, most of the tourists follow the same pattern and they often feel like they are blindly following a Paris guidebook.

So, if you wish to make the most of your Paris walking tours, then you must try to explore some of the hidden secret spots in the City of Lights. Some of the lesser-known yet unique and beautiful hidden spots in the city of Paris that you shouldn’t miss during your Paris tours are as follows.


Beehives, which is situated at the southwest corner of the Jardin du Luxembourg, is an ideal spot for adventurous. This place contains a handful of big beehives with tons of bees that are busy making local delicious honey. The bees won’t even notice you because they are fully immersed in the process of producing honey. However, try not to disturb their process and just admire the beauty of nature and walk along.

Covered Food Markets

If you have already spent a couple of days in the city of Paris, then you must have come across a few local markets while strolling around the city. However, if you are a foodie who wants to explore some of the delicious specialty cheeses and fresh fruits, then you must head straight to the Marché St. Quentin. You can find more than 30 stalls here, and they are not even crowded as other food markets in the city. Make sure to compare the prices, as it might help you to get the best possible deals.

Historic Theaters

Tourists who are after a separate or entirely unique cultural immersion within the already cultural city of Paris should try out the La Pagode. La Pagode is actually a lesser-known historical theatre, which is settled in an elegant 1896 Japanese pagoda. However, it is significant to note that La Pagode is not strictly a movie theatre. Still, you can come to this incredible builder to enjoy a delicious cup of tea in the oriental garden. If you still have time, you should also try to check out the gorgeous ornate interior of the building.