You'll get a chance to see the Synagogue designed by Hector Guimard, the creator of Paris' Metro iconic Art Nouveau marquees, and to have a typical Jewish pastry at one of the local delis.
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This 90 minute walking tour through the Marais - one of Paris most colourful and authentic neighbourhoods - will introduce you to the historical heart of France's Jewish community.
Sunday's ceremony marks the day in 1942 that officials of the Vichy regime in Nazi-occupied France, began rounding up more than 13,000 Jews in the Velodrome d' Hiver, an indoor cycle track in Paris.
Fewer than 100 of those who were detained at the so-called Vel d' Hiv and then sent to the Nazi death camps survived.
Before parting the guide provides many extra recommendations about Jewish Paris (and the food and the stores) for beyond the duration of the tour.
This tour sheds a light – often surprising – on the destiny of Europe’s largest Jewish community.One of the attackers reportedly said: "I'm going to kill you, you dirty Jew".The aggressors then used a metal hacksaw to attack the hand of one of the brothers, according to reports in the French media on Friday.Two Jewish brothers wearing kippas were reportedly assaulted in Bondy, in the Seine-Saint-Denis department to the north of Paris (pictured below).The men, aged 29 and 17, said that they were in their car when the alleged aggressors, who were in another car, started to give them "insistent stares".Away from clichés it also offers a glimpse into French history and the French national character.