It's not spectacular at all, but I like this quiet place. A square with a sense of life. There are not many places to play nearby, nor are they must-see attractions. But there is a feeling of being together with the residents.
A very unpopular scenic spot, few tourists visit, and the surroundings are basically people coming and going. This day is a very historic monument. I haven’t been to Rome before. I don’t know what the arena is like, but it seems to be much smaller.
I went with very low expectations and was happily surprised. The Colosseum is bigger than I thought. It is like most Roman ruins outside of Italy, except for the temple and arena in Nimes, the arena in Arles, and the aqueduct near Nimes. It is easy to find using the subway (the station is clearly marked), and the distance to the subway is very short. The site itself is a well-used park. Perfect for relaxing and enjoying the tranquility of Paris. Will you stay there for a long time? This is the same as visiting any Paris park. It is free, there are no teams and crowds.
The Ruttes Arena was built in the first century A.D. and now in the Latin Quarter, this open-air theater can sit 1.5 million people, is currently just a small park, with no information except billboards. Most locals read newspapers and walk here, there are not many tourists.
An ancient Roman arena hidden in the fifth arrondissement of Paris offering a quiet, solitude and historic area to work, read or write. Not many Parisians and tourists even know about this hidden treasure - shh keep it secret! – so it is the best space to escape to if you need to get away with your thoughts or do some work.
Small arena, dating back to the period when the Romans ruled Paris (and called it "Lutece" - hence "city of Light") It was to be turned into a tram depot but Victor Hugo started the first protest of its kind, and saved it.
Ancient Roman arena ruins, now a shady park. Free WiFi hotspot. 1 minute walk from the apartment.
Not much to see besides Parisian kids playing football (or soccer for those who don't use the proper term. This place dates from the roman empire and is why I like to go there.