The Marais is said to be one of the most popular neighborhoods in Paris. Located in full heart of the French capital, it’s the trendy spot where it feels good to live. If it’s sunny, you can walk along the banks while when the weather grows grey, we find shelter in one of the many gourmet addresses. True den for fashion victims, it’s also a very artistic area, and, off an alleyway, you can even find a beautiful piece of street art. How can you make the best of this neighborhood? Follow the guide!
Reopening of Paris Bains du Marais spa
Bains du Marais, the major address for wellness and wellbeing in Paris looks brand new after a year of embellishment works. This hybrid place that is both a spa and a restaurant tries everything to keep its title of temple of cocooning.
Suisen, the exotic Japanese spa in the Marais
Feel like discovering the benefits of a Japanese spa? Let’s go to Suisen Spa in Paris 3rd arrondissement to discover all the services provided by the place. Wa, Jaku, Sei, Kei… Enjoy relaxing moments to harmonize your vital energies through different techniques of Shiatsu.
The best shopping addresses in Paris Marais neighborhood
The Marais neighborhood in Paris is the most fashion and trendiest area in the French capital. It’s full of unique stores, rare gems that make shopping addicts very happy.
The best restaurants in Paris Marais neighborhood
Are you looking for a lovely restaurant in the Marais neighborhood in Paris? We’ve selected you the crème de la crème of this ultra-trendy spot. From breakfast to dinner, here are the best of the Marais restaurants!
The best patisseries and tea rooms in Paris Marais neighborhood
How about a gourmet break in the Marais neighborhood in Paris? Discover the best patisseries and tea rooms in Paris 4th arrondissement. Careful though, you may be addicted!
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Musée Picasso Paris
Musée Picasso Paris has been inaugurated on 25 October 2014. Located in the 3rd arrondissement the Hôtel Salé and its 3,800 square meters house the largest public collection of Pablo Picasso's work which consists of over 5,000 works of the master and 150 works of French artists Picasso bought throughout his career.
The Centre Pompidou launches its new visit: Musée en Oeuvre(s)
The Centre Pompidou celebrates its 40th anniversary! To celebrate this event, the National Museum of Modern Art takes on a new form and offers us new modern works through a smoother and more accessible trail. Dubuffet’s Jardin d’Hiver, Daniel Buren’s linear works and Bertrand Lavier’s. We enjoy this new presentation. Discover it in video now!
Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson reopens in a new area
After several months of work, Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson reopens on November 6, 2018 in a new area set in Paris 3rd arrondissement. A place that highlights a bit more visitors reception and those especially coming from abroad as well as school or university groups with several dedicated areas.
Paris Musée Cognacq-Jay
Set in Paris Marais, the Musée Cognacq-Jay displays a wonderful collection of works from the 18th century telling us more about the Enlightenment, purchased between 1900 and 1927 by Ernest Cognacq. What a dive into history, and free of charge!