Embark on a discovery adventure through one of Paris' most fascinating local neighborhoods. Search for the hidden details and forgotten stories that bring the history of Le Marais to life. Explore picturesque spaces where the real Parisians are, amid the city's most charming streets, gardens, eateries, and shopping addresses.
Place des Vosges, Eglise Saint-Paul-Saint-Louis, Musée Carnavalet, Hotel de Sully, Rue des Rosiers
Start outside métro station Saint Paul, on street level. The approximate address of the station is 10, rue de Rivoli.
Places to stop along the way:
Nearby places of interest include Notre Dame Cathedral, the Picasso Museum, Hotel de Ville and the Pompidou Center.
Best time of day:
This walk can be done at any time, but due to garden and shop schedules, optimal times are 10am - 5pm, Tuesday through Sunday.
Be careful of traffic when crossing streets.
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