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I have read most of Victor Hugo's major works, so it was a real pleasure to see his home with so many authentic furnishings. The audio guide was very well done, adding so much depth to our visit, and was worth every penny at only...More
This actual house for the famous writer of France Victor Hugo, which converted to a museum, this one I read almost all his books.
I visited his house where he actually lived for 16 years before he died, between 1832- 1848 .
I was in...More
My husband has read all of the novels by Victor Hugo ( in translation I need to add) so it was a nice experience for him to see the house where he wrote many of his books and plays. Victor Hugo lived in this house...More
I wasn't aware of Maison de Victor Hugo prior to visiting Paris. But as I was walking around the neighborhood I saw signs to it and I was curious about visiting it considering he wrote the novel Les Miserables which is my favorite musical. We...More
We stopped here on our way to attend Church on Sunday morning. The cost is free. The artwork and decor are lovely. The English signage is very brief. We didn't use an audio guide. My favourite room is the one with all of the plates...More
I was surprised that one did not have to pay an entrance fee to the museum. But the audioguide for 5 Euro was totally worth the price. Without that i would have been lost and missed a lot of details. 30 minutes is what it...More
We went in because it was included on our Paris Museum pass. I stronglt recommend purchasing the museum pass, as it also serves as a tremendous time saver for busier museums because you can skip the lines to buy tickets. In this case, it got...More
The Marais is a winding maze of multi-faceted streets that beg to be explored. It bursts with small boutiques, historic buildings, cozy traditional restaurants, and hidden parks. Around each corner, you'll come across little gems of architecture spanning the centuries, from understated medieval towers to classical libraries and 17th century splendour. This neighbourhood unites a rich mix of
people of all ages, but it's best known for the gay scene mostly in the south and the Jewish community around Rue des Rosiers.