Paris is one of the most exotic places in the world that you may consider to spend your holidays. One of the most appealing features about Paris is its amazing neighborhood. Note that each Parisian neighborhood is unique and different from each other. One of the best options that all curious young travelers may consider on their Paris city tours is the Le Marais neighborhood. In fact, there will only be a few localities in Paris other than Marias that will perfectly suit the likes and interests of millennial travelers.
This exciting neighborhood is located on the right bank of Seine River and is house to an eclectic range of options including bars, cafes, Kosher bakeries, boutiques, fascinating art collection stores, and whatnot. Most travelers feel like this neighborhood is exclusively designed for adults. Some of the best things that you can see and do in Le Marais neighborhood on your Paris tours are given below.
Art and culture
Le Marais boasts an amazing range of art collection that is way bigger for such a small locality. Some of the popular museums and architecture that you may explore when in this vibrant neighborhood include Musee Carnavalet, the Maison de Victor Hugo, Musée d’Art et d’Histoire du Judaïsme, the Musée de la Chasse et de la Nature, etc.
In case you don’t have enough time or inclination to visit all these places, the Maison Européene de la Photographie and the Musée National Picasso-Paris are the ones to prioritize. Additionally, never ignore Carreau du Temple and Institut Suedois. The former regularly hosts exhibitions, fairs, and events in fashion, design, culture, politics sports, etc. The latter often conducts exhibitions that focus on the cultural links between nations.
Le Marais is the perfect spot for all the shopaholics out there since it boasts some of the best boutiques and other retail stores in the city. Note that two of the most popular retail streets in Le Marais include the Rue Vieille du Temple and the Rue des Francs-Bourgeois. Both these streets run perpendicular to each other and boast almost every high-street flagship that you could wish for.
Furthermore, the area features a decent number of concept stores. In fact, the Marais streets here have become some of the most desirable shopping destinations in the city. You can find almost everything here including vintage clothing, homeware, accessories, stationery, gift, etc. Additionally, the Used Book Café here that houses around 10000 books is also a huge draw.