Cire Trudon – The Oldest Candlemaker in Paris

Cire Trudon – The Oldest Candlemaker in Paris

Almost 400 years ago, a little candle company was established in Paris on Rue Saint Honoré, providing candles to the royal court and parishes throughout the city. Cire Trudon now specializes in scented candles: thoughtfully formulated aromas that will transport you to a different time and place, each with its own personality and narrative. ... Read More

6 Luxurious Perfumeries in Paris – Find Your Signature Scent!

6 Luxurious Perfumeries in Paris – Find Your Signature Scent!

Perfume is an art and a science—capable of evoking memories, changing moods and completely altering your sense of self. Inside these Parisian perfumeries, you can discover the signature scent you’ve been searching for. Whether it’s fun and flirty, masculine and crisp, or natural and woodsy, there’s a world of aromas to discover in Paris! ... Read More

A Quirky Home Décor Boutique in the Heart of the Marais

A Quirky Home Décor Boutique in the Heart of the Marais

From antique magnifying glasses to gilded picture frames and taxidermied butterflies, De Bouche à Oreille is a veritable cabinet of curiosities. This small treasure chest of a shop on a quiet street in the Marais district is the perfect place to shop for a truly unique home décor piece that will easily fit in your suitcase! ... Read More

Flying Back to the US – What Do I Bring For The Family?

Flying Back to the US – What Do I Bring For The Family?

This week, Madelyn is flying into the US to attend a conference and visit her kids. She packed every square inch of her suitcase with gifts for her family, most of them unique and a little unexpected! Find out what a seasoned lover of Paris brings back – you may even get a few ideas for your own souvenir shopping! ... Read More

Beautifully Hand-Crafted French Ceramics in the Latin Quarter

Beautifully Hand-Crafted French Ceramics in the Latin Quarter

If you’re looking for the perfect, high quality, unique souvenir to bring home, look no further than this Latin Quarter favorite. You’ll find an array of ceramics and pottery, all lovingly handmade in various regions of France. Some are utilitarian and others are works of art, but any item you choose will last a lifetime. ... Read More

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