This small, pedestrian-only street, shadowed by the Eiffel Tower, is famous for its unique, vibrant atmosphere. It is said that a stroll through it is enough to make you feel like a Parisian.
The street, built in two parts in 1738 and 1826, is still paved with original cobblestones in some parts. It is named after a French general, Jean Joseph Gustav Cler.
The street is a popular place to live in and to shop in even among the locals, due to its excellent cafés, restaurants and all kinds of shops. In here, you can buy fresh produce, as well as nearly any kind of food your heart desires, from dried mushrooms to wine.
Some say that the street has become overrun by tourists in the recent years and began to lose its unique vibe.
Opening hours vary from shop to shop - be sure to check the official websites.