Paris Marathon : one of the most popular marathon events

Paris Marathon is a wonderful opportunity for any athlete, serious or amateur, to see the world famous sights of Paris while indulging your passion for sport and raising some money for charity. This well established annual endurance event offers one of the world’s most scenic marathon races and incorporates all of Paris’s major landmarks in its 26 mile route. Established in 1976 the Paris marathon has grown into a superbly organised event and as such is now one of the most popular marathon events in Europe. And when you have caught your breath and need to relax the Hotel Marais Bastille is waiting to ease away your aches.
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Fine chocolates Paris for the discerning customer

Fine chocolates Paris and French cuisine are part of French heritage such as beautiful architecture. Situated near the lively Place de la Bastille, what better place than the Hotel Marais Bastille to enjoy our beautiful city, and why not try some fine chocolates while you’re here just to add to the romantic atmosphere you find yourself in?

Fine Chocolate Paris - Tourist Office Paris - Photographer Stéphanie Rivoal

Fine Chocolate Paris (Tourist Office Paris - Photographer Stéphanie Rivoal)

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One Thousand and One Nights Paris Exhibtion

One Thousand and One Nights Paris exhibition, held at the Institut du Monde Arabe, runs until Sunday 28th April 2013, and is sure to delight storytellers of every age. Experience a Parisian outlook on the Arabian Nights, staying at the Hotel Marais Bastille , conveniently located near Place de la Bastille, and close to the exhibition venue.

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Special rates of the Hotel Marais Bastille to enjoy Paris

Special rates of the Hotel Marais Bastille make it a great choice for exploring Paris! The hotel’s location could hardly be better, whether you are in Paris on business or a romantic weekend.

Square Bastille (Tourist Office Paris - Photographer Thomas Sanson)

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