La Marais

The historic Marais district is known and loved for its fashion and luxury designer stores, gardens and restaurants … It’s one of the busiest districts in the capital and there are traces of the past all around with narrow cobbled streets, old buildings and hidden courtyards housing heritage treasures. Offering a wide selection of prestigious […]

The historic Marais district is known and loved for its fashion and luxury designer stores, gardens and restaurants …

It’s one of the busiest districts in the capital and there are traces of the past all around with narrow cobbled streets, old buildings and hidden courtyards housing heritage treasures.

Offering a wide selection of prestigious and luxury fashion brands as well as emerging designers, the Marais is a delight for anyone who loves fashion and shopping. As a very artistic district, It’s also home to renowned museums such as the Picasso Museum, Victor Hugo’s House, the Carnavalet Museum as well as a several modern art galleries.

It’s the perfect place to stroll around and explore, discovering hidden restaurants with delicious and original ideas for lunch, brunch and drinks

How do you get to the Marais by metro or RER?

Arts et Métiers, Chemin Vert, Filles du Calvaire, Hôtel de Ville, Rambuteau, Saint-Paul, Pont Marie, Saint-Sébastien – Froissart et Temple.

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