Take a look inside the INCREDIBLE Nissim de Camondo museum, a true pearl of the eighth arrondissement of Paris.
The eighth arrondissement is lovely. Grand, exquisite, and elegant. Here’s what you should seek out there.
From the opulent Opera to playful Pigalle, here’s what we can recommend in the ninth arrondissement of Paris.
Here are ten hidden gems for you to find in Paris. How many have YOU seen?
Here are ten Paris restaurants with a great historical backstory, a charm, a je ne sais quoi that makes for a good tale, or at least an interesting conversation point over dinner.
So you’re coming to Paris and you want to maximise your time and spend your money wisely. But how to do it? Here are our tips.
Looking for a picnic spot in Paris with a bit of edge? Look no further than the Canal Saint-Martin. Here’s how to visit it.
The 10th arrondissement is a melting pot of old Paris, new Paris, and everything (and everyone) in between. Here’s what we found during our visit, from iconic restaurants and exceptional bakeries to top-notch canal-side picnic ideas.
A little-known Paris treasure is the open-air passageways that are dotted throughout the 11th arrondissement. Here’s how to find them.
The 11th arrondissement is undoubtedly the cool part of town. Here’s what we found during our 24-hour visit, from eco hotels to password-protected speakeasy bars.
Dining at the Train Bleu restaurant is a true bucket-list experience that everyone should try once. Here’s what happened when we visited, complete with dozens of stunning photos.
The 12th district of Paris is enormous and rich with treasures. Here’s our guide, featuring the exceptional Train Bleu restaurant, the intriguing fairground museum, and much more.
The Globes of Coronelli are perhaps the most incredible Paris site you’ve never heard about. Here’s how to find them – and the story of how they came to be.
In an apartment in the 13th arrondissement, untold treasures line the bookshelves and hang on the walls. Join me on a visit to the antique map specialists, the Librarie Loeb Larocque.
Dubbed by some as “Mini Montmartre”, the Butte-aux-Cailles is a small and charming neighbourhood at the top of a hill in the 13th arrondissement of Paris. Here’s how to visit and what to find.
The 13th arrondissement is not typically a place for tourist sites… or so we thought. Here are the best things to find, including two magnificent globes that deserve a spot in the Louvre museum!
Everyone talks about the famous market to the north of Paris, but you should really be heading to the Vanves flea market in the 14th arrondissement. Here’s why.
We visited the iconic Parisian restaurant Le Dome. Here’s what you can expect if you do the same.