This engaging history museum, spanning Gallo-Roman times to modern day, is in two hôtels particuliers: mid-16th-century...
Place des Vosges
Inaugurated in 1612 as place Royale and thus Paris' oldest square, place des Vosges is a strikingly elegant ensemble of 36 symmetrical...
Bibliothèque Historique de la Ville de Paris
Continue north on rue Pavée (Paved Street), the first cobbled road in Paris. At No 24 stands Hôtel Lamoignon, built between 1585 and...
A heaving ‘after work’ drinks venue in winter particularly, La Mangerie cooks a colourful choice of Spanish-inspired tapas (grab a...
With its terrace under the arcades of the place des Vosges looking onto what is arguably the most beautiful square in Paris, this is a...
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Bagel Store information
This small place just up from the Marais is a great spot if you want something sur le pouce (literally ‘on the thumb’, meaning on the run). There are soups, salads, plates of charcuterie and, of course, its signature bagels with a more than a dozen different fillings.