can even go and marvel at the insides of this 14th century cathedral.
But don't forget to stop in the north-west of the arrondissement
to see the most beautiful square of the capital: the Place Royale,
now called the Place des Vosges, with its magnificent central garden.
lovers of culture :
St Gervais- St Paul neighbourhood, apart from its architectural
riches, has several museums, such as the Musée de la Curiosité
et de la Magie, the Pavillon de l'Arsenal, the Maison Européenne
de la Photographie and the l'Hôtel de Sens, with remains of
decorative arts from the Middle Ages.
the most interesting of the neighbourhoods of the 4th arrondissement
is undoubtedly Beaubourg, with the Pompidou Centre, which is the
multidisciplinary cultural centre of Paris, bringing together the
Musée National d'Art Moderne, the Bibliothèque Publique
d'Information, the Atelier Brancusi, the Galerie Sud with its temporary
exhibitions, the Atelier des Enfants and many other spaces for shows
lovers of shopping :
4th arrondissement is not especially a shopping area, although close
to the Notre Dame you will find numerous souvenir shops.
remember : Le Quartier Beaubourg / le
quartier St Gervais- St Paul / Notre- Dame / l'Ile de la Cité
/ L'Ile St Louis / la Place des Vosges