Eclectic Marais
Streets of Le Marais
Place des Vosges
Hôtel de Ville
Rue des Rossiers

Enjoy a walk through the centuries while exploring the different lifestyles that mix in this interesting neighborhood full of charm, drama and joy. Trendy, historical, fun and full of anecdotes, Le Marais is one of Paris most appreciated neighbourhoods that was saved from destruction by miracle.

  • Hotel de Ville*
  • Medieval Streets
  • Memorial de la Shoah*
  • Jewish Quarter
  • Place des Vosges
  • Private Hotels*
  • Saint Paul Church
  • 800 y.o. city wall
  • Private Expert Guide 
  • Interesting and fun itinerary
  • Taxes


Not included

Snacks and beverages

Access to the highlights marked with a star*

Duration3 Hours
Bring along

Please wear comfortable shoes

Participants1 to 6 (private group)
LanguagesEnglish, French
Opening hours

You need to be able to walk about 1,5 miles

Important information

This tour takes place rain or shine



Your guide will be waiting for you outside the "Bistrot Marguerite" located in front of the Hotel de Ville (city hall) and in the corner of Quai de Gesvres and Pl. de l'Hôtel de Ville.
Outside "Bistrot Marguerite" - In front of the Hotel de Ville
1 Place de l'Hôtel-de-Ville, París, Francia
Metro stations - Hotel de Ville (line 1 & 11) - Cité (line 4) are located nearby

Offered by

75004 - Paris

Further information

Your stroll will start by the beautiful 18th century city hall or, in French; Hotel de Ville, maybe the most famous one in the world.

You will understand the commercial development of Paris and the importance of the right bank of the Seine river.

Next you will walk some of the most charming and oldest streets of the city, where you will find many curious boutiques, pastry shops and parfumeries.

Your walk through Le Marais also considers discovering part of the Jewish section of the city, passing by the Holocaust Museum and understanding the Jew's struggle during the Nazi occupation, as well as the lively rue des Rosiers, the best place in Paris to find the most tasty falafels.

During your walk you will see the beautiful Church of Saint Paul & Saint Louis with its theatrical architecture as well as its many interesting anecdotes that makes this one of the must-see places in Le Marais.

After strolling more lively streets full of cafés you will arrive at the most beautiful Parisian royal square: la Place des Vosges, here you will find modern art galleries, as well as the house of Victor Hugo and other famous French people that have made history.

Your walk will end at the border of medieval Paris, in one of our favorite hidden places and where only locals know they can find the perfect spot to relax and have an "apero", lunch or dinner away from the crowds.


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