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A tasteful bed & breakfast Perfectly situated at 63, Rue Charlot in Paris, this chambre d'hôte (bed and breakfast) combines rustic architecture with modern amenities....

Luxury boutique hotel Pavillon de la Reine has opened its long-awaited, first-ever restaurant, offering guests a new experience at the hotel and visitors the...

Taking place over the weekend of the 9th September, the Les Traversées du Marais will see music concerts, theatre, dance, films and workshops springing up...
Breizh Cafe

The Marais is famous for its unique charm, with traces of history evident around every corner. Walking the cobbled streets can transport you to...
Marais

The 4th arrondissement of Paris is one of its most quaint, yet most bustling. Jam-packed with shops, cafés, small museums and some the oldest...
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Paris is a city famed for its romance, fashion and food. It is the world’s most visited city and attracts around 27 million tourists...

In the 4th arrondissement our e-bus passes some of the most visited sites of the city and takes a peek at its inhabitants—from the...

The 3rd arrondissement brings stories of knights and kings and . . . um . . . well, Chinese wholesale shops. 3ème Rich from the crusades,...

You never forget your firsts, which may explain my affection for the scene of my debut into Parisian life. Although my heart is firmly...

Located in the Marais district on rue de Bretagne, Marché des Enfants Rouges is widely considered to be the oldest food market in Paris,...

This week's photo comes during Hanukkah (or Hanoukka in French), and features a Jewish bakery on Rue des Rosiers, the center of the Marais'...

The numerous charms of the Marais are no secret for Paris-lovers.  What is less known is the continual transformation of the ‘haut Marais’ or...