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More than 2000 Years of Jewish Heritage in Paris ready to be discovered with Jewish Tour Guide

Jewish Sites in Paris

Jewish Sites, Landmarks and Kosher Restaurants in Paris


Jewish Paris Quarter Ultimate Map

Everything in this map is Jewish. 

I made this Map of Jewish Paris Sites to show all the Jewish sites of Paris Quarter.

Surprisingly, it showed me that we have a lot of communities everywhere in Paris, it is not concentrated in le Marais

This map is Free to use. You can share it with everyone !

In the list below, I will talk about the Jewish Quarter of Paris where I lived all my life and of course,

I will show you how to access the Jewish Quarter, all the Synagogues, the Kosher Restaurants, the Jewish style restaurants

with pictures and addresses to visit on your own.


Jewish Paris History :

The History of Jewish Paris is a long story, that started in the Roman’s times, about 2000 years ago.

It is a a story sadly punctuated with antijudaism, antisemitism and other hate crimes.

But it is also a story of Jewish people, successful intellectuals and political figures, military officers, fortunate merchants, famous artists and important jewish bankers who immigrated from many different countries and Empires, through the centuries to join finally Paris, in order find a certain freedom and a sens of security in France that they couldn’t get anywhere else, especially after the French Revolution and through the 19th century.

The jews of France are today living mostly in Paris center and its suburbs.

With the 3rd biggest Jewish population in the world, and the biggest Jewish population in Europe, France will, let’s hope, continue to hold a major place for the Jewish community.

Collage Jewish Paris le Marais by Flora Goldenberg Jewish Tour Guide in PAris

Collage Jewish Paris le Marais by Flora Goldenberg Jewish Tour Guide in PAris

Jews in Paris are living in different parts of town.

The historical Jewish quarter is le Marais neighbourhood, with its old narrow and winding streets, where the Yiddish culture was once highly represented.

My grandfather’s delicatessen restaurant “Goldenberg” was one of the many places in Le Marais, where the Jews from eastern Europe had their habits.

Belleville and the 20th arrondissement saw the first waves of Jews coming from North Africa (Morocco, Tunisia and Algeria) in the 50’s and 60’s.

As for other places in Paris : Jews also live in the 9th, 13th, 19th, or 16th arrondissements for example.

One important print of the Jewish presence in Paris is the food ! You can find in Paris many Jewish style, or kosher restaurants, where the variety of the food is unique : Eastern Europe, North Africa, Middle East, fusion with French, Italian or Japanese…

Jewish Paris is also a travel by mouth !

Regarding the architecture, did you know that there are more than 100 Synagogues in Paris ? 

Many of them were built in the 19th century and are truly worth a visit ! We can discover them on my Jewish Walking Tours in Paris.

1. Le Marais : a Trendy Jewish Quarter of Paris

Le Marais is the famous and historical Jewish Quarter of Paris,  the most “Tourist Friendly” quarter of Paris.

You can find there some beautiful Jewish boutiques, Jewish bakeries and restaurants.

Due to the increase in real estate prices in le Marais, many families decided to go the 19th district, to the 17th district where you will find many Kosher shops …

A part of the fourth district where le Marais is located, are the two islands on the Seine River :

First : City Island (Ile de la Cité) where Notre Dame Cathedral is.

Then you have the Saint Louis Island : It is famous for its ice creams and great walks, spots for pictures …

Postcard PARIS Aerial view of Ile de la Cite and Notre-Dame, France B39 / HipPostcard

Aerial View of Paris Islands next to le Marais and the Jewish Paris area

There are many beautiful Jewish sites that you want to visit in Paris.

We will begin by le Marais which is the Main Jewish Quarter of Paris.

Le Marais means the “Swamp” : Funny how on of the the most beautiful, hip and trendy neighborhood in Paris is named after a swamp.

Jewish life in the streets of le Marais – Picture in Rue des Rosiers – Paris

This is due to its history : Le Marais was indeed a swamp where the Jews took refuge during the middle ages. In the 18th century, they used the private mansions building (built for the aristocracy) to divide them into small apartments.

Nowadays these apartments in le Marais are the one of the most expensive, rare and unavailable real estates in the World !

Le Marais is one of the safest places in Europe.

You will find in Rue des Rosiers many jewish shops and kosher restaurants.

There are also many small and big synagogues.

Jewish Quarter Paris Pletzl Sebestyén Fiumei

Le Marais – Rue des Rosiers – The Yiddish Pletzl of Paris

2. The Latin Quarter

Paris Jewish History began in the Romans times.

There is about 2000 years of Jewish presence in Paris, with physical evidence of the first communities celebrating Sabbath in Paris since the Romans times.

A first synagogue once stood on the same Island in Paris  where Notre Dame Cathedral is Today.

The first Jews of Paris also gathered discretely in the old city of Paris Lutece, in the Latin Quarter of Paris

The Roman city of Lutetia was the predecessor of present-day Paris.

Simone Veil The need to Testify French jewish activist 2018 pantheon Paris

Simone Veil is a Jewish French woman – A nation Hero and Activist – Honored by the President Macron and Buried among other heroes of the nation in the Panthéon – Latin Quarter – She worte “The need to testify”

Some of the Impressive monumental remains of the ancient city are still visible in the Latin quarter of Paris today.

I actually have designed a Jewish tour in the Latin Quarter, if you want to do a visit there

Some of these Jewish sites are detailed in this link.

Of course, the most important Jewish sites in Paris are part of my Jewish walking tour in the Marais.

3. Le Sentier : Sepharadic Quarter

Famous for its fabric & textile shops, Le Sentier Quarter is where the Jews from North Africa settled, as well as the main printing shops and newspapers started in the 19th century.

This is the perfect area to visit when you come to Paris : if you want to taste life the way the Local Jewish Parisians live it.

Le Sentier used to be the home of the successful Jewish cloth manufacturers. For some remaining families, it is still is !

Visit Sentier Quarter with Flora Goldenberg : Food Tour + Jewish History

le sentier jewish Paris Kippah

4. Belleville : a unique and eclectic area of Paris

If you’re looking for a new jewish neighborhood in Paris to explore, Belleville is a great option.

Belleville is an old village , where Parisians liked to escape for the weekend.

Belleville Village became a part of Paris in the 1860’s.

The strength of the multiple identity that the neighborhood carries is due in large part to its memory, its connection to the history of immigration, and what it has left as a legacy to French culture.
This district located in the east of Paris is both a place of memory for immigration and a territory that still welcomes many foreign immigrants and their families today.

It is an emblematic place of multi ethnic French-style neighborhoods.

The first immigrants settled in Bellville were Polish Jews.

Polish Jews contributed to the development of craftsmanship, which was already present and in particular that of leather.

The establishment of Jewish businesses, and their visibility, gives Belleville its identity as a “Jewish quarter”, with an intense Yiddish community life.

Inside one of the beautiful Belleville synagogues of Paris - a visit with Flora Goldenberg

Inside one of the beautiful Belleville synagogues of Paris – a visit with Flora Goldenberg

Belleville, the main political center of left-wing Jewish immigrants, is often opposed to the Marais, a district more oriented towards religious practices.

5. Saint Mandé

This jewish neighborhood is outside of Paris, but an important one.

This where the jewish groceries stores like the Hyper Cacher are located.

It is more a residential area.


Transportation to the Jewish Paris

The easiest way to go to Paris Jewish Quarter, is to take the metro line One.

Jewish neighborhood is located near the Metro Saint Paul. 

Check Ratp website for Metro Information 

You can immediately access the Jewish Quarter Paris by Metro : Saint Paul by Line 1 and Get on The Exit escalator

Jewish Paris Saint Paul Le marais

Take on Rue Pavée where you will see the big Synagogue of Hagoudas Hakehilos :

Zoom on the synagogue Rue Pavé :

On your left, on the same street, you will see a Jewish School :

jewish school rue pave by flora goldenberg jewish tour guide in paris

Jewish school on rue pave.

jewish Paris quarter 2021 rue pavé

then, take the first street on the left : you are in Rue des Rosiers, which is the main Jewish Vessel of Paris:

Rue des rosiers jewish quarter paris

Rue des Rosiers in the Jewish quarter of Paris

in Rue des Rosiers, you can enjoy shopping, grab a bite in As de Falafel (Glatt Kosher) or Florence Kahn (Yiddish, not kohser) or Korcark (Glatt kosher Bakery)

korcarz Flora Goldenberg Tour Guide Paris

Me at Korcarz – Kosher Bakery in Paris Rue des Rosiers – Flora Goldenberg – Tour Guide Paris

You can go to Café des Psaumes and enjoy listening to Jewish music played by the locals.

cafe des psaumes jewish paris

You can also see the old Goldenberg Restaurant in Rue des Rosiers

( in 2021, it have been transformed into a clothing shop)

flora goldenberg private tour guide paris

Flora Goldenberg – private tour guide paris


My top list of the kosher restaurants in Paris

Note for the Restaurants Managers : This is my personal opinion of your restaurant. I don’t accept sponsorship as I do this to help my visitors for them to get the best option and not the most “sponsored one”. Thank you. Flora Goldenberg – Tour Guide Paris

You can follow this link to see more choices of Glatt Kosher restaurants : jewish-paris-tours.com/my-top-pick-of-the-kosher-restaurants-in-paris/

 

iossa – Italien Kosher

Address: 18 Rue Meynadier, 75019 Paris

 

Rodchenko

17 Rue des Ecouffes, 75004 Paris

 Phone : 00 33 1 75 50 77 95

The french Kosher restaurant

French style, Very tasty food. If you are in Paris, then you should at least try to eat french food 🙂

This Kosher restaurant is located in le Marais where my Jewish walking tour takes place.

It is in Rue des Ecouffes.

Kavod

26 Rue Jean Mermoz, 75008 Paris

00 33 1 42 25 65 26

French style, Kosher restaurant, a bit more expensive than the others. Prestigious and fancy.

Tavlini e Massala – Indian Kosher 

Address: 18 Rue Meynadier, 75019 Paris

 

Pitzman 

Address :  8, rue Pavée  75004 Paris

0142711717

Glatt Kosher,  Family Friendly, Religious,

They have : Falafel Party,  they have Gluten Free Vegetarian meals, kosher Pizza, some with tuna fish …  

Flora Goldenberg - Pitzman Restaurant Kosher Paris

Flora Goldenberg – Pitzman Restaurant Kosher Paris

This is a Family owned restaurant, the style is a bit everything french casual with pizza with tuna, pasta, gratins, falafel, crepes , soups , fish of the day

L’As du Fallafel

Very famous

thanks to TripAdvisor thousands reviews and celebrities visiting this kosher restaurant, Presidents to famous actors like Natalie Portman …

so there will be a long line in front, expect 30 minutes waiting 

If you go to l’As de Falafel, and wait in line, some of the boys will ask you to pay in advance to make the line quicker.

The falafel is very good and the Kosher plates offer a lot of choices. To avoid waiting in  line, avoid 12:00 to 14:00 ) and Sundays.

Address :  32-34, rue des Rosiers   75004 Paris

0148876360

Douieb

Address : 11 Bis Rue Geoffroy-Marie, Paris, France

 Sepharadic , Tunisian style and Kosher

I tried this restaurant many times, with my little family, and with my friends. They offer Mloukhia, Couscous, Ojja … Delicious plates from Tunisia !

You can also pre-order for shabbat with this little Tunisian restaurant.

Restaurant l’Inté Caffé

Address : 22 Rue Cambacérès, 75008 Paris

An Italian restaurant, very local were many people go for business lunch or for a casual/fancy diner.

Restaurant italien Paris 8 - L'Inte Caffe restaurant cacher et restaurant italien

The food is very tasty, and the restaurant is located in a fancy area of Paris, near the Elysée palace (the French President house) and the famous Hotel Palace Le Bristol. The cozy atmosphere in this restaurant makes it the perfect place for a lunch stop during your visit of Paris or for a nice evening.


For visitors only : Please send me your feedbacks if you tried one of these restaurants , by email to Flora.Goldenberg@gmail.com 
so we can help others make a better choice

For Restaurants / advertiser :  I want to stay independent, I do not accept sponsorship.


My favorite kosher bakeries in Paris

Korcarz

 This boutique is included in our Jewish walking tour in le Marais Paris 

korcarz jewish Paris

Korcarz – Kosher Bakery in Rue des Rosiers

Great service, large choice of pastries, sandwiches, quiches, bagels, salads and great coffee place.

They offer both Sephardi and Ashkenazi pastries !

Address : 29, rue des Rosiers   75004 Paris

Murciano

Address : 18, rue des Rosiers   75004 Paris

(I go there for breakfast as it is in front of my office in Rue des Rosiers, but there is no place to sit )

This is a bakery that you can not miss in Rue des Rosiers.

March 17TH PARIS Murciano Kosher Bakery Jewish Quarter Paris

Murciano -Kosher Bakery – Jewish Quarter Paris

The most beautiful Jewish bakery in my opinion as the owners, originally from Morocco, kept the french ornaments inside, like the in the 19th century.


My favorite Jewish Sites in Paris

 N°1 Museum : Museum of Jewish Art and History

Address : Hôtel de Saint-Aignan, 71 Rue du Temple, 75003 Paris

This museum is housed in a 17th century private mansion :

museum of jewish Art and history in Paris hall

The museum displays a lot of documents, pictures, artifacts and art related to the life and history of the Jews in Europe and France through the centuries

museum of jewish Art and history in Paris

Inside the museum of Jewish Art and Jewish history in Paris

Synagogue Agoudas Hakehilos in Rue Pavée 

Orthodox – Private & Restricted access

This beautiful synagogue, registered as one of the historical monument in Paris, was built by the famous French architect Hector Guimard, who has built the metro entrances in Paris.

The synagogue is not open for public.

To visit this beautiful synagogue, you need to book in advance.

I can help you if you wish to visit this particular synagogue.

Inside the Synagogue Agoudas Hakehilos in Rue Pavé – Jewish Paris

Secret small synagogues :

Roger Fleischman in Rue des Ecouffes

They are generally open for public – if you reserve in advance –

but they can background check visitors with your ID for security purposes only – contact me in case of difficulties

This small synagogue is open for visitors, you need however to contact them in advance to have permission and opening hours.

Send me an email if you want some help to access this synagogue on your own

Paris Jewish Tour Guide Synagogue Roger Fleischman

Synagogue Roger Fleischman with Flora Goldenberg – (Sukkah)

Most Beautiful Kosher Bakery : Murciano in Rue des Rosiers

This old fashioned pretty  and family owned bakery called Murciano is my favorite one. French pastries, eastern Europe pastries, north African/ Sephardic specialties : they have the best selection to make you travel by mouth and the most beautiful French interior decoration !

Food Tour Jewish Quarter PAris

Flora Goldenberg inside Murciano Bakery with the Owner

Bookstore/Art Gallery in Rue des Rosiers

The bookstore of the Temple ( 52, Rue des Rosiers, Librairie du Temple )  is also an Art Gallery, as well as a shop with some Jewish Artifacts : perfect for some souvenir of the Jewish quarter of Paris.

Monument : Shoah Memorial Wall of Names

Flora Tour Guide Paris - Shoah Memorial Paris Tour

Flora Goldenberg at the Shoah Memorial of Paris

The wall of the names at the Holocaust Memorial was inaugurated in 2005, and recently rebuild in 2019.

Flora goldenberg in front of the shoah memorial in the Jewish Paris

Flora Goldenberg in front of the Shoah memorial of Paris

This amazing monument is very moving, but it is also one of the best ways to remember the 76 000 Jews deported from France during WWII.

Visit the Memorial with Flora Goldenberg, an official guide for the Memorial

Flame inside the Memorial


Other great Jewish Sites in Paris

Vel d’Hiv Memorial

Address : 7 Rue Nélaton, 75015 Paris
In memory of the jewish round up by the Nazis : Vel d’hiv was a mass arrest of Jewish families by French police and gendarmes, that took place in Paris on 16 and 17 July 1942.

Grande Synagogue of Paris

Address : 44 Rue de la Victoire, 75009 Paris

Zadkine Museum

Address : 100bis Rue d’Assas, 75006 Paris

Nissim de Camondo Museum

Address : 63, rue de Monceau , 75008 Paris

Nissim de Camondo was a Jewish very rich banker who lived in Paris. He has been deported by the nazis.

On his death in 1935, Moïse de Camondo bequeathed his Parisian mansion at 63, rue de Monceau (including its contents and a major collection of art) to be used to create the Musée Nissim de Camondo in his son’s honor.

We can visit this mansion together and tour in the Monceau Quarter

Address : 63 Rue de Monceau, 75008 Paris

Jewish artifacts in the Louvre

Address : 99 Rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris

I have found many biblical and jewish artifacts in the Louvre.

So I created a new exclusive tour : the Jewish Louvre tour to see everything that is jewish and israeli origin, displayed inside the biggest museum in the world : the Louvre !

Louvre Jewish Tour Paris - Flora Goldenberg

Inside the Louvre , you can find many Jewish artifacts found in Israel and in other parts of Egypt

Synagogue Buffault

synagogue buffault jewish paris 2020

The facade of the Buffault Synagogue in Paris (France). In the 19th century. Colored lithography.

synagogue buffault jewish paris 2020

Inside the synagogue Buffault

Bakery Finkelsztajn : The Yellow shop

Eden on Jewish tours paris Finkelstein Boutique

Eden on Jewish tours paris Finkelstein Boutique


The restaurants in Paris with Jewish Style Food, but Not Kosher

In 2018, many Jewish style and Israeli restaurants opened in Paris. This new trend is a good image of tolerance for Paris mix of communities, but most of all : their food is so good , Parisian Jewish Restaurant are so booked and filled of people ! Let me share my favorite addresses  :

Maafim / Salatim

Addresses : Maafim, 5, rue des Forges, 75002 Paris / Salatim ,15 Rue des Jeuneurs, 75002 Paris

2 different restaurants, same owner. After returning to the Sentier neighborhood with some stunning schnitzels at his restaurant Salatim, the Israeli chef Yariv Berreby  has opened up Maafim. 

This restaurant is delicious. Street Israeli cuisine, Home Made houmous,  roasted eggplant and cauliflower … They also bake their own bread and both restaurants are very cozy, and trendy places, located in Le Sentier, also called the Silicon Sentier for all the start ups that settled in the same area. (read more about my food tour in Le Sentier)

  

 

Miznon

My favorite spot for a quick bite 

Miznon | Restaurants in Le Marais, Paris

Restaurant: Miznon (Paris, Frankreich) - YouTube

You may have seen a Miznon in Tel Aviv, this is the same guy, who opened the same style restaurant in Paris, Le Marais, next to As de Falafel.

The concept is a Miznon = a “buffet”in French, french and Israeli meals stuffed in pitas

I personally choose between a pita ratatouille or the famous boeuf Bourguignon!

This new place opened by an Israeli chef from Tel Aviv is one of the hippest spot in the Marais : The restaurant can be full by young Jewish Parisians on Sunday and it gets very joyful but loud 🙂

Address : 22 rue des Ecouffes, 75004

Balagan

Yes, the name is funny, and still, the restaurant opened by two israelis : Uri and Assaf, is very trendy and stylish,

and you need to book ! 

You can ask me to do the booking for you

BALAGAN, Paris - Louvre/Palais-Royal - Menu, Prix & Restaurant Avis - Tripadvisor

The food is very excellent and the ambiance is warm  ! This restaurant is for you if you like Mediterranean flavors. The chefs cook a generous and aromatic cuisine, and the crowd is classy/casual.

Address9 Rue d’Alger, 75001 Paris

Shosh 

Shosh, short for “Shoshana”, which means “mother” or “grandmother” in Hebrew, promises home cooking and comforting at will in the capital. Behind this new address, which will soon open its doors in Paris, are the teams of the city’s first Michelin-starred restaurant, Shabour.

Visit : instagram.com/shosh.paris

Shosh should open a stone’s throw from the restaurant in the 2nd arrondissement, at the end of summer 2021, if covid allows it, of course !

The concept that awaits us is already known: a delicatessen, good Levantine catered dishes, and a cellar.

But while waiting for the real opening of the store, Shosh is revealed in popup in the kitchens of Shabour, with sandwiches combining traditional dishes and fast food to take away.

Shabour

19 Rue Saint-Sauveur, 75002 Paris

Same as Balaghan, made by the same chef as Balaghan, but the address is different.

Yafo 

The Hommous Specialist !

Address : 96 Rue d’Hauteville, 75010 Paris

 

SoumSoum

The place to be if you like a good houmous or a sabih tradtional sandwich !

They have two addresses in Paris.

Addresses : 59 Rue de Miromesnil, 75008 Paris, Or  144 Boulevard Voltaire, 75011 Paris

Restaurant cacher Soumsoum

The food is very colorful, and the staff is nice and smiling !

This is the perfect place for a quick bite or to share different specialities from Middle East with your friends or family.

Florence Kahn

Address :  24 Rue des Ecouffes, 75004 Paris

Ask to taste their “Croquants” ( Pronounced Krokan) with almonds

Recette Croquants aux amandes au Thermomix

All my friends including me, love this little family bakery where you can enjoy their tasty Pastrami Sandwich !

A lot of locals come on Sunday to buy the Pastrami Sandwich, along with some Ashkenazi desert and a drink to enjoy on the terrace.

I always buy the croquants : sort of Tunisian biscuits that you can eat in the morning with your coffee. They are  delicious and I am addicted to it.

Best Bakeries Paris - Florence Kahn

Tavline

25 Rue du Roi de Sicile, 75004 Paris

Israeli Restaurant, delicious, Not Kosher

Tavline : An Israeli restaurant in the Marais

I tried this restaurant with my mother Léontine and I must say : best hummus in Paris !

We also tried the shakshouka and the Fish balls and , of course, all the starters , like in Israel : eggplant, hummus, roasted Cauliflower … yummy ! Also, the owners are very nice !

Flora goldenberg in front of tavline in the Jewish Paris

Flora Goldenberg in front of Tavline in the Jewish Paris – Not Kosher – Israeli / Moroccan kitchen

Restaurant Goldenberg

closed now

My family lived in Paris since the 1900’s !

My great grand father opened his first store before the war.

goldenberg paris

My grandfather was a passionate butcher and businessman,  and he made Jewish Yiddish Charcuterie in Rue des Rosiers. Then he opened the famous Restaurant Jo Goldenberg

 

Please send me your feedback if you tried one of these restaurants :

by email to Flora.Goldenberg@gmail.com 


List of All synagogues and oratories in Paris :

  • Synagogue Kehilat Gesher – Progressive and Bilingual – Great contact for american visitors
Phone: 00 33 9 53 18 90 86

Opened since 1993, this is a Liberal Jewish synagogue located in the 17th arrondissement of Paris by the American Rabbi Tom Cohen, founded the synagogue to be Jewish and Franco American.

  • Synagogue Notre-Dame-de-Nazareth 

Israelite Community of Strict Observance in Paris

10 ; rue Cadet,  75009 Paris

0033142463647

contact Flora for more information.

  • Ohel Avraham in Paris : Orthodox Synagogue

http://www.synagogue-montevideo31.com/

31, rue de Motevideo  75016 Paris

0033145046673

  • Séminaire israélite in Paris (Rabbinical school)

Also known as the Central Rabbinical School of France (L’école centrale rabbinique de France), is a Rabbinical school that trains Orthodox rabbis in France. Founded in Metz in 1829 as the Central Rabbinical School of Metz, it moved to Paris in 1859, where it is based in the city’s 5th arrondissement. The school is connected with the Israelite Central Consistory of France, one of the major bodies of Orthodox Judaism in France.

9, rue Vauquelin   75005 Paris

0147072122

  • Synagogue des Tournelles

21 bis, rue des Tournelles   75004 Paris

0033142743265

  • Synagogue Charles Liché in la Place des Vosges
Synagogue Charles liché Place des vosges

Synagogue Charles liché Place des Vosges

14, Place des Vosges  75004 Paris

0148877945

  • Fondation Roger Fleischman ( Visit inside is Included in my #1 jewish walking tour Paris Le Marais ) 

18, rue des Ecouffes  75004 Paris

0033148879786

  • Synagogue Agoudath Hakehilot ( Orthodox // Visits are restricted / Possible to go inside during my #1 jewish walking tour Paris Le Marais ) 

10, rue Pavée   75004 Paris

0033148872154

  • Synagogue Buffault

28, rue Buffault  75009 Paris

0033145268087

  • Synagogue Chasseloup-Laubat

Synagogue Chasseloup-Laubat — Wikipédia

14, rue Chasseloup-Laubat   75015 Paris

0033142733629

  • Temple israélite de Belleville ( Sepharadi ) 

75, rue Julien-Lacroix   75020 Paris

49, rue de Pali-Kao        75020 Paris

0033146363010

  • Synagogue de Montmartre

Synagogue de la rue Sainte-Isaure — Wikipédia

13, rue Saint-Isaure   75018

0142644834

  • Great Synagogue of Paris, synagogue de la Victoire

17, rue Saint-Georges   75009 Paris

0033140822626

  • Union libérale israélite ( Liberal )

Liberal Jewish synagogue, located in Paris, France. Inaugurated on the first of December 1907, it is the oldest Reform synagogue in France.

Union Libérale Israélite de France (Paris) - Tripadvisor

24, rue Copernic  75016

0147043727

  • Mouvement juif libéral ( Liberal  / Sabbath Services )

https://www.mjlf.org

This association is an open and egalitarian community of 1000 families committed to tradition and innovation.

Sabbath services any Friday evening or Saturday morning, or for any of our Jewish festival celebrations or cultural activities

11, rue Gaston-de-Caillavet  75015

0033144374848

18, rue Saint Lazare   75009

0148784532

  • Synagogue Don Isaac Abravanel ( Sepharadi ) 

lso known as the Synagogue de la Roquette, is a historic synagogue in the 11th arrondissement of Paris, France. It was built in 1962 for Jews who emigrated to France from Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia (North Africa) as a result of the french decolonization

84-86, rue de la Roquette  75011 Paris

0033147007595


Et Voila !

I hope you liked my list, if you have more suggestions, you are welcome to contact me to talk, or to join one of my tours of Paris !

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Flora is very understanding in case of a cancellation. She refunded the money very fast with a very polite note. Actually, she is very flexible, working with Flora is always easy, she is a very good communicator and answers her emails fast, she is punctual, her tours are very well designed, our clients love her, her quality and professionalism are outstanding, thank you Flora and good luck and good patience during this year 🙂
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Flora answered all our questions very quickly by email. She booked us for the small group tour of le Marais. We shared the experience with 2 other visitors and it felt like a private tour with a real Jewish French guide. We learned a lot about the jewish life in Paris and the jews of France in general. Le Marais has a lot of charm and Flora made it more alive ! thank you again for taking good care of us 😉 It was the highlights of our stay!
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Nina Bernstein
Nina Bernstein
I connected with Flora online and knew I wanted her to be our tour guide for me, my daughter, and my 10 year old twin granddaughters. The timing did not work out for us but she connected me with her colleague Ben. We LOVED Ben and were so grateful for him to have been the one (other than Flora) to be our guide. He connected with my family as if we were the only ones in the world he had to devote time to, (and there were 4 other people on our tour.) He presented a LOT of history in a very understandable fashion for the girls, and was always aware that anything he said needed to be absorbed by young people. We then had the pleasure of having Ben join us for lunch and that was amazing. Thanks Ben for a great morning in the Marais!!
Bill Lucas
Bill Lucas
Flora did a GREAT job showing us (two grandparents with a 13 year old granddaughter) the Marais and explaining both its history and that of French Jewry. She has a wonderful demeanor and was a pleasure to be with. Her knowledge was great and easily communicated. And importantly, she paced the tour on a hot day to make it enjoyable. Highly recommended for anyone who wants to get a feel and experience of the area and its history.
Peter Staaf
Peter Staaf
Flora was not available but recommended Cynthia who we toured with for 3 days: Marais, Lourve and Versailles. Our group of six had an amazing experience, Cinthia's knowledge of French history and art was encyclopedic! Flora arranged everything for your tours, made suggestions that were spot on and handled a small glitch with ease. We are not Jewish but the Shoah Memorial brought my family to tears. Thank you Flora!
Marshall Brill
Marshall Brill
Livia was an outstanding guide. We took a Jewish tour of the Paris Marais and the information she provided was extremely thorough and we felt that we learned more in 2 hours than the previous 6 trips we have taken to Paris over the past 5 years.
Allison Kobasky
Allison Kobasky
I am the owner of a luxury travel agency and it’s one of my greatest missions to find the absolute best tour guides in each city. I feel SO lucky to have discovered Flora - what a gem. From the very first email, I knew Flora would be the perfect fit: she is prompt with her replies, creative in the construction of tours, speaks flawless English and her prices are fair. I love that she is such an accomplished, certified guide as she brings to the table a wealth of knowledge and precise accuracy that cannot be replicated by most guides. Above all, Flora’s people skills are beyond measure. She goes above and beyond to make sure tours and client experience are both flawless and for that, we are especially grateful. If you are looking for a Parisian guide to show you the sites - with a Jewish focus or without - Flora really is the perfect fit. You will not be disappointed!
gloria nadler
gloria nadler
This was the best tour we have ever had. Flora was extremely knowledgable and could answer any question we had. If you want an amazing touring experience in Paris go with Flora, she is fabulous!
Ahmed Ben Slimane
Ahmed Ben Slimane
Flora is a very nice person to meet. She is Clearly the type of guide we wanted for our family. The tour is very informative and Insightful. Nothing but great first hand stories and deep knowledge of the culture. Flora knows a lot about Paris and we discovered with my family new secret places during our guided tour in le Marais Paris. Thanks Flora for your tour and your emails and recommendations.
Saul Ben Ayoun
Saul Ben Ayoun
This tour is one of the best Jewish tours I ever had. I always travel and experience a walking tour about Jewish heritage and this one was great ! So Thank you again Flora ! It was really well designed. As a historian I must say that You mastered your subject very very well. When I booked through email you answered me very quickly . Then we met and I had learned a lot . I am going to write about it in my blog as I told you after the tour. See you soon
Saul Ben Ayoun
Saul Ben Ayoun
This tour is one of the best Jewish tours I ever had. I always travel and experience a walking tour about Jewish heritage and this one was great ! So Thank you again Flora ! It was really well designed. As a historian I must say that You mastered your subject very very well. When I booked through email you answered me very quickly . Then we met and I had learned a lot . I am going to write about it in my blog as I told you after the tour. See you soon
Howie Paskowitz
Howie Paskowitz
Flora is extremely knowledgeable about Jewish Paris and Paris in general and helped us plan our entire trip. She had some nice surprises for the kids. She was so flexible and easy to reach in advance. I highly recommend Flora!
Alice Delahaye
Alice Delahaye
Great tour even for non Jewish! I warmly recommend!!! Thank you again for this amazing experience!
Nina Bernstein
Nina Bernstein
I connected with Flora online and knew I wanted her to be our tour guide for me, my daughter, and my 10 year old twin granddaughters. The timing did not work out for us but she connected me with her colleague Ben. We LOVED Ben and were so grateful for him to have been the one (other than Flora) to be our guide. He connected with my family as if we were the only ones in the world he had to devote time to, (and there were 4 other people on our tour.) He presented a LOT of history in a very understandable fashion for the girls, and was always aware that anything he said needed to be absorbed by young people. We then had the pleasure of having Ben join us for lunch and that was amazing. Thanks Ben for a great morning in the Marais!!


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