Strolling through the Marais means traveling through centuries of French and Parisian history. A district that hides many anecdotes behind its sumptuous mansions, and takes you to some of the most beautiful places in the capital, from the Hôtel de Ville to Place des Vosges.
First of the five royal squares of Paris, the Place des Vosges and its superb red brick facades seems to have crossed the centuries without any upheaval. During this guided tour, you will discover the many stories linked to this square, the former residence of the kings of France where the tragic death of King Henry II took place.
Further on, you’ll visit Rue des Rosiers, the epicenter of Parisian Jewry, where an amazing Art Nouveau Synagogue is just steps away. The Hôtel de Sens and anecdotes relating to Queen Margot will complete this visit, interspersed with medieval discoveries, such as the largest vestige of the Philippe-Auguste enclosure in Paris.
From events linked to the French Revolution to Louis XIV via the Second World War, this district of incomparable wealth is a true concentrate of French history from the Middle Ages to the present day.
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