The Louvre museum is enormous and daunting. Where to begin? What to find? How to avoid the line? Expert Louvre guide Amber Minogue is here to help.
Here we are: The very middle of Paris, where it’s all happening, the belly of the beast. Here’s what we recommend in the first arrondissement.
Ah, the Marais. Ancient buildings meet modern culture. A buzzing Jewish district, a lively gay quarter, and fascinating relics from an 800-year-old wall… not to mention the most beautiful island in Europe: the Ile Saint-Louis. Here’s what we found in the stunning fourth arrondissement.
This exceptional district is full of truly ancient Paris treasures, but also offers some new treats like cool cafes and swinging jazz clubs. Here’s what to find.
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.
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.
The best view of Paris, a bistro steeped in local history, and a delightful bakery. Here’s what you should track down in the 15th arrondissement of Paris.
From Monet’s impressionist art to the most ornate wooden desk you’ve ever seen: Here are five great museums in the 16th arrondissement.
The 16th arrondissement is rich with incredible Art Nouveau buildings by architect Hector Guimard. Here’s how and where to find the key buildings.
Take a look inside this incredible building entrance in the 16th arrondissement.
Take a look inside the amazing Cravan bar, tucked away in a Hector Guimard building in the 16th arrondissement.
Ah, the 16th arrondissement. Ignored by many tourists for being too “boring”, perhaps even too expensive – but there are plenty of treasures to find (and we found them).
It’s Montmartre, one of the most beautiful neighbourhoods in Paris. Here’s how we spent 24 hours here.
Here’s The Earful Tower’s guide to the 19th arrondissement of Paris, a huge residential neighbourhood where we focused our visit on the picturesque canal and what’s happening around it… and even on top of it!
Here’s a closer look at the singalong restaurant in Belleville (with loads of photos!).
… where our visit had a strong focus on the legendary French singer Edith Piaf, who was born and buried in this neighbourhood.
So you’re coming to Paris! Amazing!
Now just make sure you don’t do these ten things.