It’s here: The Earful Tower’s complete guide to Paris.
Paris wine expert Geoffrey Finch talks wine, hidden vineyards, and grapes in Paris.
New episode: Where to shop in Paris, how to shop in Paris, and where to find the best vintage clothes spots.
Tu and vous: how to use them, when to use them, and how to make the switch to the less formal version.
New episode: It’s distinguished author John Baxter sharing some tips on the Latin Quarter of Paris.
New episode: Nico from KB coffee shop explains how the Pigalle neighbourhood has changed from red lights and seedy bars to cool coffee shops and cocktail bars.
New episode: The Mayor of Montmartre talks wine, the village of Paris, and “no-go zones” in the 18th arrondissement.
New episode: Meet David Smith, a British man who claims to know all the streets of Paris. His job? A delivery man, a courier, who gets from A to B by bike.
New episode: Morning coffee, lunch, dinner, and cocktails. Here’s how enjoy a full day in Paris with an excellent view at each stop.
There’s no denying it. Paris has some of the most excellent doorways in the known universe.
New episode: It’s all about photography, finding the hidden side of Paris, and daring to pop into courtyards with today’s guest, photographer Paris Adele.
New episode: This week I went out to the charming mini-village in Versailles known as Marie Antoinette’s Hamlet.
New episode: Join me for a walk down Rue des Abbesses, the best street in Paris (at least according to me).
New episode: Here are the things you should never do in France, featuring YouTuber Jay Swanson.
New episode: How to visit Paris and experience it as “a local” would – according to podcaster Oliver Gee from The Earful Tower.
What do the Bastille, the Moulin Rouge, the Arc de Triomphe, and the Paris Zoo all have in common? Yes, …
New episode: Versailles is one of the top tourist destinations in the world. I went to check it out on one of the rare days when you can get inside after-hours – then I hung around for the fireworks.
New episode: Here’s a chat with Sydney Zekley, one of the booksellers from along the River Seine.