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The 4th arrondissement contains the Renaissance-era Paris City Hall. It also contains the Renaissance square of Place des Vosges, the overtly modern Pompidou Centre and the lively southern part of the medieval district of Le Marais, which today is...more
Always lovely to walk in the 4th, admire beautiful architecture of the Hotel de Ville, Tour Saint-Jacques, stroll on the streets of Le Marais... The only thing that turns me off is the modern architecture of the Centre Georges Pompidou - it really does not...More
Don’t get a guide, but rather just walk around and keep your camera ready. At every turn, you will find something; be it a café, architecture, bridge, alley, river or a renowned attraction. Do it yourself by walking and you will be delighted at how...More
Where in the world do you find over 200 independent bookellers? Paris is still a culture for those who seek.Paris' 4th arrondissement (including the Beaubourg, Marais, and Ile St-Louis neighborhoods) is popular with both tourists and locals for very good reason.
This is most famous for the Notre Dam (see pics) but there is beauty all around this arrondissement. The courtyard in front of Notre Dam holds statues (see pics), on weekends there are often rollerblading shows (see pic).
The Seine River all around is stunning,...More
There is so much more of Paris than you see in the movies or documentaries when you put your feet on the cobble stone streets take a deep breath of the air and look sky woods at the architectural dominance of the sky you can...More
The Marais is a winding maze of multi-faceted streets that beg to be explored. It bursts with small boutiques, historic buildings, cozy traditional restaurants, and hidden parks. Around each corner, you'll come across little gems of architecture spanning the centuries, from understated medieval towers to classical libraries and 17th century splendour. This neighbourhood unites a rich mix of
people of all ages, but it's best known for the gay scene mostly in the south and the Jewish community around Rue des Rosiers.
Response from Yoga47Rae | Reviewed this property |
I think you will be all right in this neighborhood. I am sure you checked out the apartment etc. Paris is divided into arrondisements as you might know ~ if you get a map it will help you get around. You will be along the... More
I think you will be all right in this neighborhood. I am sure you checked out the apartment etc. Paris is divided into arrondisements as you might know ~ if you get a map it will help you get around. You will be along the Seine River which is nice - fairly close to The Louve Museum and if you visit The Louve know that your admission ticket is good for all day - so you may leave (to catch your breath - rest (The Louve is overwhelming) And then return with the same ticket to check out another area you didn't get to on the first part of the day. I got a Visit Paris pass which was good for buses and the Metro - the public transportation is really good. Hope this info helps some. Paris is WONDERFUL - I traveled Solo and felt safe and would like to return one of these days. ~Yoga47Rae~