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Explore Paris 3 – Temple
The Temple Quarter, in north central Paris, had long been overlooked, until recently enjoying a resurgence; the old workshops of the district being converted into trendy bars and eateries. Roughly covering the area between Temple Metro, north of the Centre Pompidou and east of the Bastille, Temple (3rd Arrondissement) gets its name from a Medieval Tower that later notoriously acted as a prison for members of the Royal family during the French Revolution - it was destroyed by Napoleon to put a stop to the emerging pro-Royalist tourist trade. Now tourists now come to visit the colourful narrow streets and markets. There's a lot to enjoy in this trendy part of Paris.
Experience Paris 3 - Temple like a local
The locals in Temple Quarter have given it a new nickname "NoMa" (North Marais) which suits its SoHo-esque cool vibe. Increasingly hip, but still one of Paris's best kept secrets, it is less touristy than many areas. Strolling around the streets you can see the doors of the Medieval Temple, a pilgrimage point for people still paying their respects to Louis XVI who died here. The Cirque d'Hiver is a multi-coloured building, home to a long-running circus. If you want to experience an authentic Parisian market, you're in for a treat - the Marché des Enfants Rouge in the northern part of the Temple Quarter is the largest covered market in Paris. And if you usually think museums are boring, the Musée des Arts et Métiers should change your mind: celebrating inventions it's a Steampunk experience full of fascinating objects that would be at home in a Jules Verne fantasy. Also, don't miss the bizarre submarine-shaped Metro station here! The Rue au Mairie is un-missable - this narrow medieval road is a mini-Chinatown with numerous excellent restaurants and exotic boutiques.
Renting holiday accommodation in Paris 3 – Temple
Staying in "NoMa" is an excellent way to discover Paris and there is a great range of accommodation. In Paris 3 - Temple, the old streets away from the main thoroughfares are largely residential, with some hotels dotted around the traditional Parisian homes. Staying in a self-catering apartment in Paris 3 - Temple gives you a real flavour of how the residents of Paris actually live - and it's easy to get around from here to see all the famous tourist attractions of the capital too. The apartment blocks, many of them managed by concierges, are split into large and small homes. In our list of properties in this increasingly popular area you will find some really cool places to stay, many with designer interiors, all at the heart of the bustling quarter - take a look now.