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Explore the historic Marais district of Paris, home to the Places des Vosges, Pompidou Centre a...
3 hours 30 minutes
This 3.5-Hour Food tour will take place around the Marais Area, in the third arrondissement of ...
1.5 hour walking tour plus museum visit
Explore Paris' Le Marais district on a 1.5-hour guided tour and enjoy skip-the-line entry to the Mu...
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Explore the historic Marais district of Paris, home to the Places des Vosges, Pompidou...
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Explore the beautiful district of Marais in Paris on this interesting 2-hour walking tour. Discover ...
Explore Le Marais, one of the most popular and historic districts in Paris, and indulge in a va...
Discover the hidden nooks of the charming neighbourhood of Le Marais. Perfect for those who enjoy wo...
Embark on a discovery tour through the Jewish Marais district in Paris. In marshy land they see, int...
Some go to Paris for the food, others for the romance, but style lovers head to the City of Lig...
3 hours 30 minutes
The best-preserved medieval area in Paris, the heart of the Jewish community, the centre of the...
Head to Le Marais to find outstanding street art work by Parisian artists, and immortalize the best ...
Explore one of the most enchanting neighborhoods of Paris on a 2-hour walking tour of the Marais, an...
Explored the Marais, the most interesting and diverse neighborhood in Paris, on a private guided wal...
Sample gastronomic treats on a 3-hour food tasting tour of La Marais in Paris, and see one of the ci...
Get ready to cycle from Central Paris, near Centre Pompidou and to have a great experience! The...
The most layered quartier of Paris, possibly one of the most charming as well. Explore the Mara...
Discover the heart of chic Paris on a half-day tour of the Marais, the most stunningly preserved dis...
Le Marais, also called as 'Old Paris', was once the aristocratic district of Paris as the favorite residential neighborhood of French nobility.
Le Marais, also called as 'Old Paris', was once the aristocratic district of Paris as the favorite residential neighborhood of French nobility. It was established on the marshland ('marais') on the Right Bank of the Seine in the 12th century by the Order of the Temple, and flourished till the French Revolution, after which it fell into disuse. It still retains several elegant old mansions from the 17th century, many of which are of historic and architectural importance.
The heart of the district is the Place des Vosges, earlier known as Place Royale, surrounded by facades that were all built to the same design of red brick with strips of stone quoins, over a base of vaulted arcades on square pillars. Notable residents include Victor Hugo and Cardinal Richelieu. Today, the buildings house various art galleries. At #14 is the Synagogue Charles Liché in the Hotel de Ribault, though the Rue des Rosiers across the square has been the historical home of the city's Jewish community (Pletzl). Le Marais also has the Mémorial de la Shoah which serves as a Holocaust Museum, and the Musée d'Art et d'Histoire du Judaïsme near Jardin Anne-Frank.
Le Marais has several notable museums, including the Carnavalet Museum, Picasso Museum, Musée Cognacq-Jay, and Musée des Arts et Métiers. Along the western edge on Rue du Renard stands Centre Georges Pimpidou with the Musée National d'Art Moderne, the largest modern art museum in Europe.
Explore the area to see the magnificent hôtel particulier, or private mansions - Hôtel de Sully – a Louis XIII mansion that houses the Centre des monuments nationaux, Hôtel d'Angoulême Lamoignon which is now the Bibliothèque Historique de la Ville de Paris, Hôtel d'Aumont, Hôtel de Beauvais, and Hôtel de Sens.
The northwest part of the district is home to a Chinese community originally from Wenzhou. Le Marais is also the LGBT hub of Paris, with hip bars and pulsating nightclubs that throw the liveliest parties in town.
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Atelier Brancusi is a recreation of sculptor Constantin Brancusi’s studio, displaying his works in the same layout in which he had bequeathed his 15th arrondissement apartment at 11 impasse Ronsin to the French government
Those who are unfamiliar with conceptual art sometimes don't know quite what to expect, or how to approach it
This museum chronicles the history of Jewish communities in France, Europe, and North Africa, from the Middle Ages to the present
The Archives nationales have one of the largest and most important archival collections in the world
One of the last remnants of medieval Paris outside of the 4th, this tower was once part of a castle called l'hôtel de Bourgogne
The Île de la Cité is an island in the Seine River that is considered as the cradle of Paris, having been settled by the ancient Parisii tribe as far back as 250 BC
Part of the former royal palace Palais de la Cité on the Île de la Cité, the Conciergerie is a medieval Gothic fortress and prison where the last queen of France Marie Antoinette was imprisoned prior to her execution in 1793
The majestic Cathédrale de Notre Dame (Cathedral of Our Lady) is the seat of the Archbishop of Paris, and one of the most famous churches in the entire world