Le Marais

Once you have learned the class and memorable monuments of Paris why not extend your interest and discover other fascinating locations to experience the richest architectural ensemblages in Paris. Once you have learned the class and memorable monuments of Paris why not extend your interest and discover other fascinating locations to experience the richest architectural ensemblages in Paris. Le Marais, or literally The Swamp, which has retained its name to this day and now comprises the 3rd and 4th arrondissements and is known as an “open air museum” and boast exquisite “must see” architectural achievements as the city evolved from its initial 11th century building of a Knights Templar church in 1240.

• Place des Vosges

• Hotel de Sully

• Village Saint-Paul

• Hotel de Soubise and the gardens

• Marché des Enfants Rouges

• Jewish district with the rue des Rosiers

• Church Saint-Paul-Saint-Louis• Hotel de Beauvais

There is a cornucopia of things to see in Le Marais which we will discover together and we will stop for a light lunch at Le Brasserie where we can taste Crepes, Pastries or a cuisine of your choice!  I know of ONE Mexican restaurant in Le Marais.  Once we stroll through this cultural and historic gem we will conclude with a trip to The Picasso Museum.