Duration: 2 hours.
Group size: up to 6 people.
Hôtel de Sully, Place des Vosges, Synagogue, Rue des Rosiers, Hôtel de Sens.
In front of St-Gervais St-Protais church.
€230 net per private group.
Nothing is left of the swampland which gave this remarkable area its name. What makes it so interesting? Kings and Queens have lived here. Many aristocrats built beautiful mansions near the royal residences and then the Marais became a refuge for Jewish migrants who helped to preserve the architecture and the originality of the district.
It now invites you to walk in the footsteps of the Musketeers and to discover a lively, gay-friendly, and shopping area where history goes hand in hand with modernity.