As you all know, we always loved strolling around Paris. Whether in its gardens, for shopping or to discover the unusual places of the capital, the walk always gives us the same pleasure. Getting lost in this magnificent city with such a unique atmosphere is a true experience in itself. All the neighborhoods in Paris are worth visiting and all have a story to tell.

With the arrival of spring and its ideal climate, we have returned to our search for a place worth visiting. This is how we came across a beautiful neighborhood, still unknown to tourists but also to Parisians themselves: the district of Mouzaïa.


Still preserved from the touristic tumult of Paris, the Mouzaïa district is a beautiful little village hidden in the 19th arrondissement of Paris. It is composed only of a few typical Parisian cobbled streets. A space preserved from the frenetic rhythm of the big city, allowing you to enjoy a relaxing and original walk, that will make you feel like you’re alone in the world.

This neighborhood allows us to discover a different Paris, far from that of the Grands Boulevards, the Marais and world famous historical monuments. The visit of this unusual district shows all that we appreciate of Paris and uniquely highlights all the Parisian charm.

To get there, we recommend using public transport, the 7 Bis metro line to be precise, and getting off either at the Botzaris stop or at the Danube stop. The Mouzaïa district is a few minutes away by foot.

Once you’re there, we advise you to have lunch at Le Jourdain Bistro, which is open every day and offers tapas-style plates, composed with products from the local market and according to the seasons.

The district of La Mouzaïa is therefore a place where time seems to have stopped that you must visit if you want to know Paris differently.