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What you will do
The Marais is one of the most pleasant Paris districts. Shops are open on sunday, astonishing monuments and old houses abound, and something is in the air that has a perfume of freedom.
This itinerary if, by choice, dense but short. You may want, if you can, to spend a lot more time visiting either Victor Hugo's House, Carnavalet Museum, or Shoah Memorial, to name only a few of your options. Or you can have a break, or a meal, or even go shopping. Otherwise, let us guide you.
But look around carefully : there will be a few things to observe that will require a bit of searching !
Step by step
- Let us begin around the Place des Vosges, which you can reach, for example, from Bastille or Saint-Paul subway stations (line 1). Find Victor Hugo's house at the southeast corner. 1
- Explore the Place des Vosges, its Square Louis-XIII and its beautiful facades. 2
- Now take, on your left, des Francs-Bourgeois street up to Sévigné street, which you will follow to the right until, right thereafter, Carnavalet Museum. 3
- Take Sévigné street again, southbound this time, then turn left into de Jarente street. You will arrive at du Marché-Sainte-Catherine square through a small passageway. 4
- Exit du Marché-Sainte-Catherine square from the other side, and go straight ahead into Caron street, then turn right into Saint-Antoine street up to Saint-Paul-Saint-Louis church on your left. 5
- Keep going until Pavée street (on your right), and take the latter up to the synagogue. 6
- Go back following the direction of Saint-Paul subway station, then find, opposite left, Fourcy street. 7
- Keep going on Fourcy street, then turn left on Charlemagne street and right on du Figuier street, up to the Hôtel de Sens. 8
- Finally, cross du Passage-de-l'hôtel-de-Sens square to reach the embankment, go past the Cité Internationale des Arts along de l'Hôtel-de-Ville street, then turn right into Geoffroy-l'Asnier street. 9