L’Ours du Marais
Art Nouveau Synagogue
The Art Nouveau synagogue , in the historic Jewish quarter, was designed in 1913 by Hector Guimard, who was also responsible for the...
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...
This enormous museum, subtitled Histoire de Paris (History of Paris), is housed in two hôtels particuliers : the mid-16th-century...
Le Loir dans La Théière
Its cutesy name (Dormouse in the Teapot) notwithstanding, this is a wonderful old space filled with retro toys, comfy couches and scenes...
Breakfast in America
No reservations meaning pretty much you’ll have to queue, especially on weekends, to get into this busy American-style diner with red...
Lonely Planet review
‘The Marais Bear’ doesn’t focus on Smoky or Yogi but on Teddy – there are more versions of the popular cuddly toy in this crowded little boutique than you could fill a bear’s den with.