Les Patios du Marais
"Les Patios du Marais is in the heart of the Marais and the district of Marais is in the heart of Paris – 500M away from the Centre Georges Pompidou and its 6 million visitors per year and 15 minutes walk to the cathedral Notre-Dame, the most visited monument of France. "
Le Marais is one of the rare district of Paris whose architectural heritage has been preserved and saved today, it is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful districts of Paris.
Le Marais is covered with mansions among the most prestigious in the capital, both for their architectural beauty as for their inner wealth. Most are open to the public and many house museums
Among them :
l’Hôtel de Guénégaud des Brosses currently Museum of Hunting and Nature, 62 rue des Archives, 300 m away
l’Hôtel St Aignan, currently Museum of Arts and History of Judaism, 51 rue du Temple 300 m away
l’Hôtel de Rohan Guéménée known as the Maison de Victor Hugo, Place des Vosges, 700 m away
l’Hôtel de Soubise, currently Museum of History of France, 60 rue des Francs Bourgeois 300 m away
l’Hôtel Carnavalet, currently Museum Carnavalet, at the corner of rue de Sevigne and rue des Francs-Bourgeois, 600 m away
l’Hôtel Salé, currently Picasso Museum, 5 rue de Thorigny, 400 m away
l’Hôtel de Donon, currently Cognac-Jay Museum, 8 rue Elzévir, 500 m away
l’Hôtel Libéral Bruant, currently Lock Museum, 1 rue de la Perle, 400 m away
Exploring on foot
The Centre Georges Pompidou and its 6 millions visitors per year is 500 m away of the Patios du Marais
The Musée des arts et métiers is 450 m away
The Place des Vosges, considered one of the finest , if not the most beautiful square in Paris, is 600 m away
The Place de la Bastille with its Opéra Bastille is 800 m away
The very charming Place du Marché Sainte Catherine and its lovely restaurants is 600 m away from our residence
Further afield , for walkers, the Louvre Museum is just 20 minutes from the Patios du Marais
The cobbled streets of the trendiest of the capital as rue des Archives, rue des Francs Bourgeois, rue Saint Antoine, rue Saint-Paul and the college Saint Paul, rue des Rosiers, rue Vieille du Temple … and many others.
Hundreds of trendy shops, wine bars, restaurants, pubs, galleries, antique dealers, designers, stylists, covered markets, etc.
You are at the heart of the capital, the tourist district par excellence of Paris .
Arts et Métiers line 3 or 11
Réaumur Sébastopol line 4
lines 20, 29, 38, 47 and 75
➟ Some websites that will be useful during your stay
getting around Paris and its outskirts: ratp.fr/en
sightseeing bus: paris.opentour.com/en
discover Paris by boat: bateaux-mouches.fr/en
the official website of the museums of the city of Paris: parismusees.paris.fr/en
the official website of tourism and congress in Paris: parisinfo.com
the official website of tourism in France: france.fr