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Paris 3rd, The Marais Neighbourhood Guide

A little bit bohemian and known as the Jewish area of Paris, the Marais has a mixed history which makes it one of the more diverse neighbourhoods of Paris. It's an area that has been relatively untouched by developers, both modern and historical. And so the neighbourhood is what all of Paris was like in the early 1800s. Small cobblestone streets and cosy lanes. This intimacy made it an ideal place for small boutique retailers to move in that's exactly what has happened. The area is now home many small cocktail bars, restaurants, cafes and the popular Enfants Rouges market.

Best Hotels in 3rd, The Marais

Le 20 Prieuré Hôtel

€ €CentralComfortableModern

The 20 Prieuré Hotel is located in the Republique district of Paris, just a 5-minute walk from the Canal Saint Martin. It offers air-conditioned rooms with a contemporary décor and free Wi-Fi access. The Paris-themed ... Read more

Hôtel du Petit Moulin

€ € €BoutiqueCharacterCharmDesign

Located in the Marais district of Paris, Hotel du Petit Moulin is a boutique hotel entirely decorated by Christian Lacroix. The Picasso Museum is only 329 yrd away and Notre Dame is 0.9 miles from ... Read more

Hotel Mareuil

€ € €CentralDesignModern

Located in the heart of Paris, this 4-star, ecofriendly hotel offers accommodations with free Wi-Fi and a spa with a steam bath. Guests can enjoy a drink at the on-site bar and Canal Saint-Martin is ... Read more

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Best Restaurants in 3rd, The Marais

Le Clown Bar

€ €CasualFrench

Reviewed by: Alexander Lobrano - EataCity - John Talbot - Lost in Cheeseland - Paris Kitchen -

A Paris foodie favourite with bloggers and chefs alike. The owners come from top restaurant backgrounds and have opened one of Paris insiders' to go places. They open at 8am for breakfast and rock on ... Read more

Le Mary Celeste

SeafoodWine

Reviewed by: David Lebovitz - EataCity - Hip Paris - Paris Kitchen -

Le Mary Celeste is a hip bar in the increasingly hip neighbourhood of Marais with the slogan 'Eat Well Drink Well'. They spend a lot of time researching cocktails. They have Brooklyn beer on tap. ... Read more

Astier

€ €FrenchTraditional

Reviewed by: David Lebovitz - EataCity - Michelin -

Astier is exactly what you want in a traditional French bistro. It's solid hearty French food, checkered table cloths and when you think you're about done, out comes a massive cheese board. Settle in for ... Read more

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Best Bars in 3rd, The Marais

Candelaria

€ € €FavouriteSpeakeasy

Reviewed by: EataCity -

Despite being hidden behind a little taco shop, Candelaria is one of Paris best known and popular cocktail bars. They also happen to serve good little tacos too. You're best to arrive early or book ... Read more

The Little Red Door

Reviewed by: EataCity -

Funky and comfortable cocktail bar behind a' little red door'. Read more

Bespoke

CasualCocktails

Reviewed by: EataCity -

Cocktails and small plates. Read more

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Best Cafes in 3rd, The Marais

The Broken Arm

Great CoffeeShopping

Reviewed by: EataCity -

The Broken Arm is half design store half cafe. The cafe serves some pastries and does great coffee. The design store does high end boutique clothing. Read more

Boot Café

€ €Great Coffee

Reviewed by: EataCity -

Possibly the smallest cafe in Paris, about 4 seats, but lovely coffe. Read more

BREIZH Café

€ €FoodieFrench

Reviewed by: EataCity -

Breizh is a hugely popular crêpe chain. With queues out of the door and branches across France and Japan, you'd expect quality to drop, but no, focus on good ingredients and execution continue to make ... Read more

Fondation Café

Great Coffee

Reviewed by: EataCity -

Hole in the wall espresso bar with about ten seats. Read more

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Best Food Market in 3rd, The Marais

Marché des Enfants Rouges

€ €Food StallsLunch

Reviewed by: EataCity - Hip Paris -

The markets name roughly translates to 'market of red children', the building it occupies used to be a childrens' orphanage. Open Tues-Sun, the market is a popular place for lunch. There are stalls selling everything ... Read more

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What to See and Do in 3rd, The Marais

Picasso National Museum

Picasso National Museum

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