Visit and enjoy Paris from the hotel
Take the Rue des Archives to dive into the heart of this historic Parisian neighborhood, famous for its narrow streets, beautiful mansions, old churches, and liveliness. You can find some of the finest monuments of the capital in Le Marais. There are several museums, like the Picasso Museum, which contains the largest collection from the artist, and the Carnavalet Museum, dedicated to the history of Paris. The lovers of beautiful buildings cannot visit Le Marais without loitering on the beautiful Place des Vosges, rated as a Historical Monument, while shopaholics enjoy the many shops in the area, mostly open on Sundays. (Streets: Vieille du Temple, des Rosiers, des Francs Bourgeois, etc…)
Rue de Bretagne
From St. Elizabeth passage, turn right onto the "Rue du Temple" and you will reach (in 200m) the Rue de Bretagne, a typical and picturesque Parisian street, emblematic of Le Marais. There you can find at once many shops - wine shops, bookstores, florists. or caterers - and trendy bars, like the famous Café Charlot, housed in an old bakery. After enjoying the popular, cheerful, and colorful atmosphere of Marché des Enfants Rouges, the oldest covered market in Paris, nothing is like continuing the walk through the Rues des Archives and Vieille du temple , whose historic buildings contribute to the architectural wealth of the neighborhood.
Pompidou Center and from there, Notre Dame
At the point of the Arts et Métiers metro station, Rue de Turbigo splits to give access to Rue Beaubourgt, which marks the boundary between the Halles and the Marais areas. It is along this artery from the heart of Paris where one finds the Pompidou Centre, a landmark of modern and contemporary art, whose original architecture alone is worth a visit. Further, continuing along Rue Rambuteau, you arrive at the Hôtel de Ville (City Hall) and its façades decorated with statutes. Then, you will only have to cross the Seine to return to the Ile de la Cité and admire the Notre Dame Cathedral of Paris.
The "Place de la République"
This famous Parisian square is served by five metro lines and several major arteries: Rue du Faubourg du Temple, where theaters and cafes blend and which leads to the Canal St. Martin; the Boulevard du Temple, which joins the Place de la Bastille; Boulevard Saint-Martin, which becomes the Boulevard Poissonnière and meets the theaters of the Grands Boulevard,, and the department stores of Boulevard Haussmann.
Les Halles, Etienne Marcel district and the Louvre
Turn left out of the hotel, and rue Turbigo leads straight to the favorite district for lovers of fashion and shopping. Between the vast shopping center of Les Halles, the ready-to-wear shops of Rue Etienne Marcel, the thrift stores of Rue Tiquetonne, the designers' workshops of the Passage du Grand Cerf, and the authentic merchants of Rue Montorgueil street, pedestrianized and picturesque, everyone can find happiness in this central neighborhood where you can also find many bars. The most famous museum in Paris, the Louvre, is only few steps away, on the other side of Les Halles.
And of course all the main centers of interests, attractions, and sights of Paris including especially: the Eiffel Tower, les Champs Elysées, the Bastille, the Châtelet, the Opéra , the Madeleine, abd the Concorde ... are directly accessible from the Paris France hotel by various Metro lines and buses that serve the "République", "Temple" and "Arts et Métiers" stations...