Amazign contemporary art galeries all aroudn the square, visit them all and discuss with the curators, you'll love it
Beautiful space, oldest planned square in Paris, set 17thC style trend for rest of Europe, very pretty with identical houses facing the square all around it, many famous people have lived here.
Fashionable place during the XVII and XVIII centuries. A lot of french celebrities used to live around
Originally known as place Royale, Place des Vosges was built by Henri IV from 1605 to 1612. It is the oldest planned square in Paris, France. It is located in the Marais district, and it straddles the dividing-line between the 3rd and 4th arrondissements of Paris.
The oldest planned square in Paris, Place des Vosges is a beautiful picturesque spot to relax, have a picnic or simply read a book. A mini Versailles surrounded by galleries and restos...heaven.
One of the most visited squares in Paris, very Frenchy and in the summer time, perfect for wasting a lazy afternoon on the grass
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“Stretching across the 11th arrondissement from Bastille in the southwest to Père Lachaise cemetery just beyond the neighborhood’s northeast border, Rue de Charonne is an ideal spot to spend a few hours popping in and out of its many charming restaurants, cafés, and shops. The winding street is also home to a host of quirky, independent boutiques offering curated collections sourced from up-and-coming names on the Parisian fashion scene.”
“Vivant, et à quelques minutes à pied du studio. Nombreux bars et pubs pour sortir le soir. ”
“The perfect example of Baron Hausmann's architectural work in Paris. Large metro hub and crowdy square”