This week on The Earful Tower we ventured down, down, down, deep beneath Paris. We rode the Metro, went through …
Here are some addresses for the best Hector Guimard buildings in Paris.
Here’s a collection of old postcards marking the Great Paris Flood of 1910.
Here’s where to find the best markers from the Great Paris Flood of 1910.
Have you heard of the second Paris river… la Bievre? Largely forgotten, totally hidden, but the star of a fascinating treasure hunt. Here’s how to do it.
The Paris Observatory may be closed to the public, but we managed to get inside. Here’s what it looks like!
Here is a closer look at the intriguing Paris Meridian Lina – aka the Arago Line or the Rose Line. 135 medallions – how many have you found?
Here are Paris secrets to take you beyond the tourists in the City of Light.
Meet the gang that made our 2023 Paris Bucket List – and learn why they chose their activities.
Keen to check out museums in Paris but want to avoid the huge crowds? Here are ten lesser-known museums to add to your travel plans.
Do you want to see inside Paris’s smallest and most secretive cemetery? Here are 33 photos to show you everything you’ll find behind the sculptured bronze door.
Here’s a look inside a very small and well-hidden cemetery in Montmartre, together with local mayor Eric Lejoindre.
A little-known Paris treasure is the open-air passageways that are dotted throughout the 11th arrondissement. Here’s how to find them.
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.
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.
This truly is an underrated Paris destination, featuring everything from iconic diners, village-style streets, and curiosities that’ll leave your eyes wide with wonder.
Take a stroll with us along the wonderful Île aux Cygnes, the long island near the Eiffel Tower you’ve probably never seen.