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Neighborhood

Le Marais

Locals say

What it’s like:
Hip · Historic · Lively
Known for:
Boutique · Museums · Art gallery
Nearby conveniences:
Restaurants · Shops · Grocery stores

Tips from locals

Duyen
Duyen
February 17, 2020
Very hip area in Paris. It would be the equivalent of Soho in New York City. The lower part of the neighborhood is more touristy with high end boutiques while the upper area has great restaurants and fun to walk around during the day. I recommend walking down Rue de Bretagne which is my favorite…
Taku
Taku
February 12, 2020
Le Marais is the closest you will get to the feel of medieval Paris and has more pre-revolutionary buildings and streets left intact than any other area in Paris.
Jean
Jean
February 11, 2020
One advice : do not make plans and follow your instinct from beautiful architecture, to fashion shop or little garden for a peaceful rest.
Ahmed
Ahmed
February 8, 2020
The Marais takes its name from an ancient marshy area occupied since the 12th century. Today, this historic district is one of the most visited in the capital, for the heritage treasures it shelters and the atmosphere it exudes. This district forms a triangle delimited by the squares of the…
Kamran
Kamran
January 28, 2020
The Marais district gets its name from its location: once a marshland (‘marais’), it has been inhabited ever since it was drained back in the 12th century. This historic area is now one of the most visited districts of the French capital, for its architectural heritage as well as its unique vibe…

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Location
Paris, Île-de-France
Le Marais