Oldest planned square in Paris is located in the French capital’s Marais district, between the 3rd and 4th arrondissements.
It’s pretty beautiful and what’d be better than enjoying a freshly brewed coffee and a warm croissant on the square? Well, maybe not having any problems finding somewhere to park! We know that finding somewhere to park this central in Paris is not easy, especially with Paris’ two hour parking limit, which really does dampen any day in the City of Lights. Plus it’s pretty pricey!
But what’s the solution? Booking your car with Parclick of course! Take a look at our map of Paris to find a car park, which suits you!
Built in 1605, and it’s one of the first examples of city planning, and it soon became a hot spot for Paris’ nobility, to chat, and was even home to the author Les Misérables and the Hunchback of Notre-Dame author Victor Hugo!
This is a beautiful square, where you can stroll under the arches, pop in the shops or sit in the central garden and imagine that you’re 17th century nobility - wigs and all! The beautiful mansions have been transformed into museums. Like Picaso? Victor Hugo’s work? or just art and culture in general? Well, it’s all here!
Then maybe stroll from here to explore the Le Marais area - the epicentre of Jewish life as well as Paris’ gay village. It’s such a great atmosphere, if you’re there in the day may we recommend grabbing a falafel at the L’As du Fallafel or grabbing a drink and watching the world go by in one of the many many bars.
For a fun filled atmosphere, with great food check out the Place des Vosges and the surrounding area!
Fancy parking somewhere else in Paris, but still don’t want to miss out on the Place des Vosges? No problem, you can zip around the city using the metro - the closest station is Chemin Vert, serving line 8.