Let me introduce you to my favorite part of Paris, the Marais. It breathes the real Paris, a little boo-boo maybe, but so beautiful.I like to lie down on the lawns of the Place des Vosges for hours, to stroll down the rue des francs bourgeois, to admire the church of Saint Paul Saint Vincent, to sit on a bench on the Place du Marché Saint Catherine. It is situated in a pretty, quiet square surrounded by cafés and restaurants.
Then there is also the visit of some nice museums such as the Picasso Museum, the Carnavalet Museum, a museum on the history of Paris or the magnificent gardens of the National Archives.
If you are a little hungry, go to the rue des Rosiers, the old heart of the Jewish quarter where you can taste the best Falafels in Paris. #awesomepic #unforgettableexperiences #scenicspotguide #travelinspiration #springholiday #instagramworthydestinations
Paris's Le Marais spans the third and fourth districts on the right bank of Paris, the traditional Bourgeois region. The
Mahei district was home to many Jewish families and was attacked by Nazis during World War II. Later, the Mahei district became a protected area, which kept many museums, art galleries and historical sites in the area intact, and attracted a large number of writers and artists to live here.
Until 2013, LE BHV MARAIS, a subsidiary of Galeries Lafayette Group, officially launched a corporate culture renewal program, making Mahe District once again the most cutting-edge block in Paris. And the most popular place in Paris on weekends. ##
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