Place Des Vosges, Paris

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Place Des Vosges, Paris - Address

Address: Place des Vosges, 75004 Paris, France

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 24-hrs Details

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Landmark, Historical Site, Square, Architecture

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One of the finest squares in Paris, Places des Vosges is a gorgeous place surrounded by 17th century townhouses and beautifully manicured gardens. It is also the oldest planned squares in Paris. A great place for people watching or just a lazy stroll, there is also a children’s park where your kids can run around. The area is home to some great restaurants, art galleries and boutiques.

How To reach Place Des Vosges by Public Transport

  • Nearest subway- Chemin Vert, Bastille.

Restaurants Near Place Des Vosges

  • L'Ambroisie
  • Ma Bourgogne
  • Cafe Hugo
  • Clasico Argentino

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  • Super nice place to picnic in the square' s park. Around the square there is art (not landscapes) for sale in high end dealers shops. Several places to eat. Didn't try the food, but the places were pretty full so in letting the people vote, I'd say that they must have good food. I looked at a menu, great variety, costing around 30 Euros for lunch.

  • A true square (140 m × 140 m), it embodied the first European program of royal city planning. The Place des Vosges was built by Henri IV from 1605 to 1612. These arcades are occupied by upmarket art galleries, pricey antique shops and elegant cafés. And of course outside Dining in any weather making the best of it.

  • A famous square with Art Galleries and unique shops all around it, some unique cafes and Victor Hugo's house-museum! Worth a visit and spending some time for a cup of coffee!

  • A tranquil and beautiful park. Surprisingly not busy. Four fountains, benches to sit on and watch the pigeons go about their business, and I found €20 on the ground! (Can’t guarantee that for everyone.) But I can guarantee that it’ll be a peaceful place to rest your feet after walking through Le Marais.

  • One of the most beautiful spots on Paris. Harmonic architecture surrounding a park. On one corner, you can visit Victor Hugo's apartment

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