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Filled with plenty of cafes, Paris is surely the ultimate spot to grab a seat, a strong espresso, and people watch. Whether it be more of a brasserie, a hotel courtyard, or modern coffee shop, these 12 cafes in Paris are ones that I adore.

Checkout 12 cafes I love in Paris.

1. Carette
4 Place du Trocadero

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2. Telescope
5 Rue Villedo

3. Holy Belly
19 Rue Lucien Sampaix

4. Le Hibou
16 Carrefour de l’Odéon

5. Le Grand Amour Hotel
18 Rue de la Fidelite

6. Patisserie Boulangerie Liberte
39 Rue des Vinaigriers

7. La Fontaine de Belleville
33 Rue Juliette Dodu

8. Hotel Providence
90 Rue Rene Boulanger

9. Cafe de Flore
172 Boulevard Saint-Germain

10. Loustic
40 Rue Chapon

11. Merci
111 Boulevard Beaumarchais

12. Fragments
76 Rue des Tournelles

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