|7/7d||2h||Per person: 35€|
Templars, great kings, famous writers and rock stars have been the inhabitants of the most chic district of Paris: the Marais. Superb palaces, art galleries, trendy boutiques, bistros and elegant tearooms, but crossing the Marais means also diving into the great historical and artistic heritage of France.
The horrors of the Holocaust in the Museum of Judaism, the Europe's largest contemporary art collection in the Pompidou Center by Renzo Piano, the great palaces that now house the National Archive and museums. A neighborhood full of contradictions where you can meet on the same sidewalk the beefy bouncer of a gay club and a rabbi who calls to prayer.
We will pass under the elegant arcades of Place de Vosges and conclude our journey where the French Revolution began: the Bastille!
- External view of Hotel de Ville
- The templars path
- External view of the Pompidou Center
- Anna Frank's garden and external view of the Jewish Museum
- External view of the National Archives
- External view of Carnavalet Museum
- External view of Picasso Museum
- The jewish and gay district
- External view of the Hotel de Sully
- Place de Vosges
- External view of Victor Hugo house
- External view of Jim Morrison house
- Beaumarchais statue
- Bastille square