The Marais district is a historic district of Paris.
It is a veritable catalog of Parisian aristocratic architecture and extends from the 3rd to 4th district ( the Left and Right Bank).
Today, the Marais has become a destination for it’s art galleries and since its renovation, it also has became the world renowned for being the home to the Fashion Week. It also has trendy restaurants, boutiques and chic exhibitions, which has earned it a more valued reputation than even the Champs Elysees.
Since the ‘80s, the neighborhood has become a gay community, particularly through the development of gay shops, nightclubs, cabarets, especially in the southern part of the Marais, near the Rue Sainte-Croix de la Bretonnerie and Rue des Archives.
This area is also home to a large part of the Jewish community mainly from Eastern Europe (cf.rue Rozier, the Pletzl), but also has a Chinese community in the Northern Quarter, especially towards the Republic Square and the businesses are mainly textile shops and jewelers.
Among the charms of the neighborhood are the Picasso Museum, the house of Nicolas Flamel, the Cognac-Jay Museum, the Carnavalet Museum and the new Café Charlo.
Duration: 3 hours
People: max 4
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