One of Paris’s smallest, yet most charming, public squares. All around, you can find many prestigious stores of design (Flamand), materials , decorations and antiques.
Many artists have painted this romantic place and you can visit the intimate Musée Delacroix. This is the house where the artist lived and worked from 1857 till his death. The museum is a heaven of silence. You can admire some of his watercolor paintings and some selfportraits, befor heading to the nearby church of St. Sulpice where you painted some murals.
Musée Delacroix, 6, place Furstenberg, 75006 Paris