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The park is is quiet because is protected by buildings on all four sides. However, it is on the small side and there really isn't much of interest. if you are looking for a place to relax, this is a good option. If you are...More
This is located in the Marais district and is one of the few large park like areas in the district. Great place to hang out and recharge. There are some restaurants along the walkway of the adjacent buildings and also art galleries. Victor Hugo’s museum...More
In august, we relaxed on the grass and watched people socialize, kids play and appreciate the great weather. The perimeter of trees and fountains make for such a relaxing, peaceful respite after long walks around Marais. Whenever I visit Paris, I always stop here for...More
Lovely place to stroll around under the coiffured brick ceilings of the covered walkways and visit the many art galleries, eat at their cafes, but tea at one of Paris oldest tea store and enjoy the kids playing on the sandpits in the center tree-lined...More
Definitely worth a visit. A very charming square. Walk into the garden and I have seen the Parisians have a picnic on the lawn. They are otherwise very strict and forbid walking on their grass!. Very beautiful buildings in red brick and so many personalities...More
The park is located in a lovely and busy neighborhood of shops and historic buildings. This is the square/park built for the rich and famous. It is a lovely place to sit on the benches in the shade and enjoy the fountain and the school...More
Right in the Marais.
Bunch of fountains, big statue in middle, large expanses of lovely lawns to stretch out on.
Sometimes in Paris you just need a place to take a break and sit or lie down.
This is near gelato and coffee and is...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.
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When in France you generally have the marriage ceremony at the local Mairie (town hall) then go to a park for pictures. I am sure it can be done, if you find the right person or priest. But it will take a lot of... More
When in France you generally have the marriage ceremony at the local Mairie (town hall) then go to a park for pictures. I am sure it can be done, if you find the right person or priest. But it will take a lot of investigating, and good spoken french. If you are not a EU citizen, I am not sure you could be married even in the mairie.