Exercising in Paris — Do You Know Ze French Kiss?

Exercising in Paris — Do You Know Ze French Kiss?

Paris never fails to offer an incredible opportunity to take in amazing views while out on a run around the 7th, strolling along the banks of the Seine, cycling all over the City of Light. Plenty of parks and open spaces give locals and tourists alike the perfect setting to burn calories while taking in the sights. You never know what – or who – you might encounter! ... Read More

Summer Sales in Paris Are Almost Here!

Summer Sales in Paris Are Almost Here!

A twice-a-year event, Les Soldes is an event not to be missed: Summer Sales in Paris are the perfect opportunity to make the trip to the City of Light for everything from luxe scarves, handbags and shoes to artwork and rare books. Les Soldes is a fantastic time to visit! Even if you’re just in the mood for bargain-hunting or people-watching, everyone finds something to enjoy during Les Soldes. ... Read More

Zia: A New Café and Picnics-to-Go Near Metro École Militaire

Zia: A New Café and Picnics-to-Go Near Metro École Militaire

A fresh and exciting restaurant has opened up just around the corner from the Eiffel Tower and the Champs de Mars, offering delicious breakfasts, lunches and brunches paired with gourmet coffees. Chef Justin Kent, a New Mexico native and French-trained chef, opened his bright and airy coffee shop and eatery Zia in January 2017. ... Read More

Marie Antoinette’s Petit Palace in the Countryside

Marie Antoinette’s Petit Palace in the Countryside

Tucked away into the furthest corner of the Versailles grounds, the Petit Trianon, Marie Antoinette’s playground, quiety waits for visitors to discover its hidden charms. Filled with “petites folies,” or “little extravagances,” this small palace with its whimiscal gardens and “play farm” are an unexpectedly light-hearted treat after the ornate grandeur of the main Palace. ... Read More

Musée des Arts Décoratifs Celebrates Women with Travaux de Dames?

Musée des Arts Décoratifs Celebrates Women with Travaux de Dames?

Since its founding, the Musée des Arts Décoratifs has worked to pay homage to women in the arts, and in 1895, founded the Comité des Dames (Women’s Committee), a group of female patrons who fought for respect and to advance women’s artistic training. And through the evident attention to detail and thought that went into Travaux de Dames?, that beautiful tradition remains alive today. ... Read More

Paris For Guys: 10 Things To Do On Father’s Day

Paris For Guys: 10 Things To Do On Father’s Day

What is there for men to do in Paris? Tourist sights aside, there’s a multitude of experiences tailored to guys in the most romantic city in the world. Football fans can join a stadium visit, go for a spin on a classic CV Citroen car tour or simply book a table in a hot bistro. Spread the Father’s Day love on June 18th and read our picks for some Father’s Day inspiration. ... Read More

101 Must-Eat Bistros in Paris Revealed!

101 Must-Eat Bistros in Paris Revealed!

Calling all restaurant lovers! If enjoying a great meal out is one of the things you think about most when planning your next trip to Paris, then grab a coffee, sit back and read on… as the One Hundred (and One) Must-Eat Bistros in Paris are revealed. ... Read More

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