East Paris Village has been created by hoteliers, cooks, bartenders, shop keepers artists and local heroes of the area. East Paris Village is composed by 4 neighborhoods whose names are those of great French writers and philosophers (Diderot, Voltaire, Beaumarchais, Goncourt).
The east of Paris is where the story of the city was the most ardent, where you find more artists and craftmen than in any other place. It is also a unique mix of tiny streets, good restaurants, cool bars, nice shops and design areas.

quartier-diderot• Diderot neighborhood
Around Diderot boulevard, a little part of Bastille square area and Nation square, the Aligre district and its famous market, the green path of Daumesnil avenue, Bercy, the Arsenal port and the Seine quays.

quartier-voltaire-paris-east-village• Quartier neighborhood
On the north and the south of Voltaire boulevrd, the Roquette street, Charonne street, Faubourg Saint Antoine, the famous Père Lachaise cemetery and Gambetta area, Pyrénées street and artistic Ménilmontant.  quartier-voltaire-cite-figuier-paris-east-village

quartier-beaumarchais-paris-east-village• Quartier neighborhood
From one side of the Beaumarchais boulevard, République square and the famous Marais district, Saint Paul arty places, wonderful Place des Vosges and shopping area around Charlot street, from the other side Oberkampf and Saint Maur streets… place-vosges-quartier-voltaire-paris-east-village

quartier-goncourt-paris-east-village• Quartier neighborhood
Romantic and arty Saint Martin canalLe canal, small streets of 10th Paris district, the restaurants and bars around Bichat and Sainte Marthe square  and also multiethnic Belleville, Jourdain village and the big Buttes Chaumont Park.