If you’re a fan of Notting Hill in London, Italy’s island of Burano, or just colorful streets in general, Rue Crémieux in Paris will quickly become one of your favorites as well.
Rue Crémieux: The Most Colorful Street in Paris
Situated in the 12th arrondissement, between Rue de Lyon and Rue de Bercy, Rue Crémieux is a residential and colorful street in Paris. Keyword: residential! Each house is a different color with colorful shutters and window boxes. France is an amazing destination for photographers, and Rue Crémieux is a perfect example of this. This colorful street in Paris is often filled with people taking photos.
How to visit Rue Crémieux
During our stroll through, we noticed a few residents sitting out in front of their houses, reading a book, enjoying a cup of coffee, etc. And while few houses did maintain ‘no photography’ signs, most residents seemed to be quiet and ok with the traffic.
My recommendation: Definitely pop in for a few photos, but be mindful that it is a residential street so capture your photos quickly and move on to your next photo spot as soon as you can!
If you’re on the lookout for other cool Instagram spots in Paris, make sure to check out my post on the best Eiffel Tower photo locations or head out further afield to these incredible places to visit on a day trip from Paris.
Below is a sampling of photos from our stroll through the most instagrammable street in Paris! Enjoy!
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