Studette, or small studio in the heart of Paris Le Marais, in the corner of the famous street 'Rivoli'.
The studio was totally refurbished this year.
It's a real charming and small studio, really small. In France it's called 'Studette'.
It's ideal for one person, and maximum for 2.
The studette is located in the first floor of a nice and charming building.
Le Marais is one of the few places in Paris where boutiques, fashion stores, restaurants and antique shops are open on Sunday. Easily accessible from the Saint-Paul metro off of rue de Rivoli (at about 2mns on foot from the apartment), you can spend hours enjoying this district visiting each street, its shops, restaurants.
I recommend some of those streets:
- Rue Saint Paul: located just off the Metro Saint-Paul and rue de Rivoli, rue Saint-Paul is a great shopping street with a hidden square perfect for finding antiques, including oil paintings, fine china, silver, and goblets of Baccarat.
At No. 11 is the Musée de la Magie, a museum about magic and a fun venue for children with magic acts. At No. 23-25 lies a passage for an inner courtyard where you can find Cassiopée, one of the best antique stores for silver in all of Paris. There is also an American store, Thanksgiving, where you can buy Pop-Tarts,
- Place des Vosges: Originally called Place Royale, this courtyard is the oldest “Place” in Paris, built by King Henri IV in 1605-1612. It served as a court for the royals, until Catherine de Medici moved to the Louvre after her husband, King Henri II, was killed in a jousting match in the main square of Place Royale, near the spot where a statue of King Louis XIII resides in the center square today.
- Rue des Rosiers: The heart of Le Marais and the Pletzl is rue des Rosiers (street of rose bushes), which is a cobblestoned street that stretches between rue Pavée and rue Vieille du Temple. Although no rose bushes are to be found, Jewish bakeries, bookstores, and several falafel restaurants line this block, including the world famous L’As du Falafel.
In the same Marais you can visit the 'Centre Pompidou' and i recommend its restaurant in the Penthouse, the 'George' from which you have a wonderful view on all Paris.
I recommend to visit Paris walking, street by street, they look all like a museum!!
The studio in located in the heart of Paris and Le Marais, in the corner of the street you find the famous Rivoli street.
The area of Le Marais is a historic district in Paris. Long the aristocratic district of Paris, it hosts many outstanding buildings of historic and architectural importance. It spreads across parts of the 3rd and 4th arrondissements in Paris (on the Rive Droite, or Right Bank, of the Seine).
The Marais is now one of Paris' main localities for art galleries. Following its rehabilitation, the Marais has become a fashionable district, home to many trendy restaurants, fashion houses, and hype galleries.
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Nov 1 2013 - May 31 2014
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