Paris: 2-Hour Walking Tour through Marais

Paris: 2-Hour Walking Tour through Marais

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Key Details
2.5 hours
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What You'll Do
  • Be enchanted by the charm of the district with numerous small cafés and boutiques
  • Admire the unique manor houses, where the nobility once used to live
  • Explore the beautiful Village Saint-Paul
  • See small, hidden markets in the district
  • Stroll over Place des Vosges, where many celebrities had their residence
  • Learn more about Jewish culture and visit the Holocaust memorial
  • Discover hidden corners that you would never find on your own
Explore the beautiful district of Marais in Paris on this interesting 2-hour walking tour. Discover the picturesque streets and houses, admire the tourist attractions, and learn more about the district's turbulent history.
What to Expect
Discover one of the oldest neighborhoods of Paris on this tour through Marais. See where the nobility settled in the past and where you can experience the charm of the city today. Discover houses and streets that you won’t find in any guide books or postcards.

There is much to explore from the Picasso Museum to the Place des Vosges (the oldest square in the city) as well as the Photography Museum and the Jewish memorial wall. See one of the few surviving buildings from the Middle Ages and discover the Musée de Cluny as well as the Hotel des Sens, one of the oldest buildings in the city.

Explore Village Saint-Paul, a village in the heart of Marais. Learn more about the market behind the medieval houses and visit one of the largest memorials to the extermination of the Jews in Europe. See the Wall of the Righteous and find out why a large number of Jews, Chinese, and homosexuals made Marais their home. You will also discover where Jim Morrison, the singer of The Doors, lived in Paris.

Discover the oldest square in Paris and its fascinating history. Hear about power struggles and of famous personalities who have lived here, such as the writer Victor Hugo and the financial chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn.

Learn more about the Picasso Museum and listen to stories about the artist’s life in Paris. The painter lived, loved, and painted in the city but had to wait until 1985 before he got his own museum here. Today it ranks among the world’s best museums with a large part of his collection.

Find out where the city’s history is recorded, explore the Carnavalet Museum, and travel through time from the Roman Empire through the Middle Ages to modern times. At the end of the tour you can round off the day in one of the many wonderful cafés.
What's Included
  • Walking tour
  • Tour guide
What's Not Included
  • Entrance fees
  • Gratuities
  • Personal expenses
Meeting Point

In front of Pont Marie metro station (line 7)

What to Remember
The tour only takes place with a minimum of 4 participants.

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