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Rue des Rosiers

The Rue des Rosiers, which means "street of the rosebushes," is a street in the 4th arrondissement of Paris, France.
The Rue des Rosiers, which means "street of the rosebushes," is a street in the 4th arrondissement of Paris, France. It is famous with its famous Kosher bakeries.

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Agoudas Hakehilos Synagogue
Only 5 meters wide by 23 meters from front to back, Art Nouveau genius Hector Guimard used the motif of the Ten Commandments to inspire this building's book-like shape and interior.
Le Marais
Though gentrification has made this one of the city’s most fashionable quarters, it is still heavily Jewish and has been for nearly one hundred years.
Rue Pavee
Rue Pavée - Paris is famous with its historical buildings
Jardin des Rosiers
Joseph-Migneret is a charming little park that the locals know
Marche des Blancs Manteaux
Marche des Blancs-Manteaux hosts exhibitions and concerts
Rue des Francs-bourgeois
Rue des Francs-Bourgeois is one of the longer streets in the Marais district of Paris

Related Tours

Visit Le Marais with a Private Guide
On your private tour of Le Marais, you will:

  •  Visit one of the neighbourhood’s at the heart of Paris with a private guide.
  • Follow the evolution of the historic Marais, dating back to the city’s first urban planner.
  • Be delighted by the small hidden gardens and peaceful hideaways in the otherwise frenetic district.
  •  Visit several of the district’s highlights, including.
  • Discover the district’s industrial past and how this past shaped its present.
  • Hear the tales of the names who give this district the feel of timeless history, from Queen Margot to Victor Hugo. 
If Paris is a moveable feast, then the Marais is the heart of it. A lively and invigorating district, the district has not always been this way. Once a swamp on the outskirts of Paris, Le Marais did not integrate the city until the Middle Ages, to finally become its nerve centre. Split between the 3rd and 4th arrondissements, and now an essential trendy district, popular for both visitors and Parisians themselves, Le Marais keeps much more than one secret in its sleeve, waiting for you to discover on your walking tour. 

Every step made here between the different communities that enrich the district –Jewish communities, LGBT, the small world of contemporary art –remind us that like Rome, Paris was not built in a day. On your walking tour your guide will point out the influences of the communities who have made the district home, and the various architectures that colour it – from medieval stones to rare incursions of contemporary architecture. 

On your walking tour of the former royal district, your guide will take you through a dizzying maze of hidden squares and picturesque alleys. During this guided tour from the elegant Place des the Vosges to the romantic Square du Temple, you will hear tales of the remarkable figures of French history, like the Duke of Sully, André Malraux and Madame de Sevigné. Enjoy the story of Old Paris through to its frenetic pace today on a walking tour with a private guide. 

Visit Le Marais on a Private Pastry Tour
Explore the cultural heritage of Les Marais through tasting food with your private guide. On your private pastry tour, you will: 

  • Try world-renowned macarons or some famous bread considered a national treasure.
  • Taste exquisite French pastries with foreign roots.
  • Wander through the charming and historic Le Marais district of Paris. 
  • Taste some chocolate labeled by the French government as "Living heritage enterprise".
  • Have a coffee in a beautiful and legendary spot.
  • End up the tour by having a glass of wine in a typical Parisian terrace.

Welcome to the hippest district in Paris, where nothing can overshadow the timeless charm of Le Marais. On your private pastry tour, you will see several of the neighbourhood’s most iconic sites, including the Centre Pompidou, while most exploring spots are off the beaten track. You will visit numerous pastry shops, biting into the best macaron, and sipping coffee like a Parisian, while learning about several communities that have made the district home, including the LGBTQ+ community and Jewish community. Search out new hidden gems with your guide, and explore the twisting alleys of Le Marais. 

The mouth-watering journey they offer will make you meet incredible and talented artisans behind well-known brands or hidden addresses that will be revealed to you along the way; but above all, you will get the occasion to treat yourself with their savoury creations, such as a famous bread considered as a national treasure since the 1930s, the world-renowned macarons with foie gras and caviar flavour, some grand-cru chocolate made by the Best Craftsman in France. Your tour finishes with a glass of wine on a Parisian terrace, where you can spend time relaxing after your delectable tour. 

Best of Paris Private Full Day Tour with Louvre Tickets
Experience the best of Paris on this full-day tour of its most iconic neighbourhoods and monuments, including a fully guided tour of the magnificent Louvre Museum. On your private tour, you will: 

  • Enjoy the personalised attention of your private guide.
  • Explore the quaint Bohemian artists' district of Montmartre.
  • Wander around the lovely and historic neighbourhood of Le Marais.
  • Explore the fascinating and beautiful Latin Quarter.
  • Enjoy a lunch break at (price not included).
  • Walk around Notre Dame de Paris and the Palais du Justice on the ile de la Cite. 
  • Enter the Louvre Museum with skip-the-line tickets (all included). See all the major highlights.
  • End your tour inside the Louvre to explore on your own if you so wish, or your guide can escort you to the exit. 
Enjoy a full-day privately guided tour of the cultural highlights of Paris – from Montmartre to Notre Dame, the Latin Quarter to the Louvre. 

Beginning at the top of the hill in Montmartre, you will explore this quaint and cobbled neighbourhood made famous by the Impressionist artists and of course the Moulin Rouge. Soak up the Bohemian atmosphere of Place du Tertre, filled with working artists and lined with bars. Walk past Renoir’s studio and Van Gogh’s apartment, and see the iconic Bateaux Lavoir where Picasso stayed and the Moulin de la Galette – star of Renoir’s iconic masterpiece.

Ride the Funicular to the mighty Basilica Sacre Coeur – learn about its controversy and enjoy some gorgeous views across the skyline of Paris.

Head to Le Marais, famous for its Jewish history and the delicious falafels to be found on the iconic Rue des Rosiers. Step into the mesmerizing Place des Voges where Victor Hugo lived. 

Cross the river to explore the fascinating Latin Quarter – home to Sorbonne University, whose students spoke and read Latin in the Middle Ages. Learn about the writers who lived here like Hemingway, and the luminaries buried in the Pantheon. 

After lunch head, onto the Ile de la Cite to see Notre Dame de Paris – still standing after the fire that ravaged it in 2019, and walk around the Palais de Justice and Conciergerie as you hear all about the French Revolution and the fate of King Louis and Queen Marie Antoinette. 

Finally, enjoy wandering over the river towards the Louvre. Enjoy a fully guided tour of the museum with its 300 rooms – including the must-see masterpieces of the Mona Lisa, The Winged Victory of Samothrace, Venus de Milo and the Coronation of Napoleon.
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