The 12 Secrets of 209
1 - Yesterday press " La Galcante "
In this vintage press store, buy the newspaper from the day you were born.
2 - Restaurant Joya Mia
This grocery store offers delicious Sardinian specialties, where Rihanna and Monica Bellucci are regulars.
3 - Kagyu Dzong Bouddha temple
This center for Buddhist study and meditation in Paris is open to the public.
4 - Crémieux street
One of the most colorful streets in Paris.
5 - Vegan Pizza
Visit the world champion of vegan pizza.
6 - Michel Angelo at the police station
12 sculptures of nude men sit atop the 12th district police station, replicating Michelangelo's Dying Slave from the Louvre.
7 - The cashless shop
In this cashless store, you can get rid of items you no longer need, or reclaim them to give them a second life.
8 - Musée des arts forains
This museum-show dedicated to cabinets of curiosities, carnivals and the world of funfairs will take you on an incredible journey back in time.
9 - Picpus Cemetery
The Marquis de la Fayette, a figure of American independence, is buried in this cemetery.
10 - Safranière of the Bastille opera house
On the roofs of the Bastille opera house, come and pick saffron with a breathtaking view of Paris.
11 - Bel Air Cour
With its buildings covered in Virginia creeper and lilac, the Cour du Bel-Air is one of the most charming in the Faubourg Saint-Antoine.
12 - The vault passage
At the "Porte de Vincennes" metro exit, this sculpture of a cat is said to be a tribute to Charles Trenet.