La plus vieille place de PARIS.
The oldest  square of PARIS.
Built by HENRI IV in year 1605.

Place des Vosges

Les quais de Seine sont piétons le dimanche du Marais jusqu’à  la Tour-Eiffel de 9 heures à 18 heures.

Quai de Seine

The Ile Saint Louis is one of the most exclusive residential adresses in PARIS.

Ile Saint Louis

One of the masterpieces of Gothic architectures, ND was comiisioned in 1160 to rival the smart new abbay in St DENIS.

Notre Dame Cathedral

The nearby Marché des Enfants Rouges (corner of Rue de Bretagne and Rue Charlot) is an example of successful restoration. It's the oldest covered market in Paris, built in 1612

Marche Rouge

In the triangular Place des Abbesses is one of the handsomest of Paris's Métros, with an Art Nouveau entrance by Victor Guimard.

Musée Picasso

23 rue de Sévigné.
PARIS from its origins to the end of middle Ages
(Neolithic Canoe 4400 BC)

Musée Carnavalet

Antiquités et brocantes.
Over on rue des Jardins saint Paul is the largest surviving section of fortified wall of Philippe-August.

Village Saint Paul

This mansion was built in 1625.
62 rue Saint Antoine

Hotel de Sully

This is the oldest of the mansions dating from the 14C. From 1705 to 1709 the mansion was remodelled into an palace.

Hôtel de Soubisse

the Carreau du Temple market built in its place in 1857 by Baron Haussmann


Musée Cognacq Jay

Hotel DONON, 8 rue Elzévir.
Collection of 18Century European Art.

The famous Museum ART modern in PARIS.

Enjoy the cheerful atmosphere of the square.

Place du Marché Saint Catherine

Founded in 1763, the library is rich in French Revolution documents and valuable journals, manuscripts...

Bibilothèque historique

HOTEL de VILLE/City Hall

City HALL from PARIS.
Accessible only by guided tour.

87 rue Vieille du Temple
Built in 1705

Hôtel de Rohan

this street is still the center of the city Jewish population.

Rue des Rosiers

favorite street for shopping.
Legaly allowed to be open on Sundays

rue des Francs Bourgeois

Hôtel de Lamoignon

24 rue PAVEE.
Was builtaround 1585 by Diane de France. Alphone DAUDET resided in this House.