Let’s imagine a hot summer day, a long Paris morning is over, your feet are steaming, you’re filled and almost fed up with impressions, you need to
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Where to kiss in Paris
Yes, here’s another address in the Marais, you might think we’re biased, but what can you do?
Rue des Rosiers is a reminder of things lost and found
A few years ago, we considered Yannick Alléno to be the brightest star of culinary Paris, possibly the best French chef in the world of our times,
Disneyland? This is the word that sounds like a dream to many of you – or like a threat to some of us.
Helmut Newton was probably the most controversial photographer ever.
Why French woman do get fat
A legal conflict pits two of the wealthiest French families against each other
If you are one who’s fond of romanticism, one who loves to listen to Chopin and admires the paintings of Caspar David Friedrich, then you shouldn’t
Imagine a shop selling only jam. Sounds crazy? Kind of. But the monothematic foodstore is what works right now. At least in Paris.
What exactly is the Centre Pompidou, in Paris better known as Beaubourg? A museum, yes, and one of the best in Paris.
Cocquelicot, the bakery and café on place des Abbesses, is one of the permanently crowded cafes in Montmartre and this is for a good reason: it’s a
Some days you wake up, it’s cold outside, it’s raining and you really have to look for a good reason to get up.
Beware of emotions at Place des Vosges
The other day I discovered an intriguing shop window on rue de Turenne. I saw lovely lamps and vin--- e furniture.
Creative Paris: A special website for active tourism
There’s more than one good reason to stay at the Relais Saint-Germain when in Paris.
I can’t help myself but sometimes I just can’t follow the hipsters. Are they wrong or am I?
Do we need to explain who Vanessa Bruno is to any fashion victim in the world? I don’t think so.
Where to eat the best crêpes in Paris
Paris is not the kind of city that never sleeps. It’s not New York.
She was his muse, his model, and his inspiration.
Le Tagine is one of those little places, you probably won’t find in your guidebook: it’s a tiny place, perfectly hidden behind the Cirque d’Hiver,
At St. Paul, reality mingles with your dreams
Paris lying at your feet
The most famous of Paris' indoor pools
Jules and Jim, that sounds familiar to your ears? Of course it does. Think Truffaut. Think Jeanne Moreau. And from now on think hotel, too.
Where they wash down their melancholia
Most people think baguette when it comes to the bread of Paris, but people here do not live on that kind of bread alone.
Are you fond of fine stationery products? The famous Japanese brand Delfonics opened its first shop outside of Japan. Guess where?
No doubt, Paris is the most photogenic city in the world. The most photogenic and probably the most photographed, too.
Hidden in the tiny ruelle named after Saint Sébastien not far off Boulevard Beaumarchais the casual bistro „Au Passage“ is well worth a visit, even
Tucked on the busiest corner of the upper Marais, where Rues de Bretagne, Vieille du Temple, Turenne and Filles du Calvaire make an ever congested
Hôtel Thoumieux might be exactly what you’re looking for: a tiny, but luxury boutique hotel, resolutely trendy, but romantic though and just as pos
Paris launched today short-term car hire program
Restopolitan card: pay for one, eat for two!
Not long ago, the greatest lifetime achievement of Jean-Francois Piège was to be the unsung main author of Alain Ducasse’s „Grand livre de la cuisi
If you asked me which is the place to be in Paris right now, I would answer with no hesitation: David Lynch’s nightclub Silencio. But hush!
If Queen Elizabeth II invited you for dinner at Buckingham Palace, the quality of the food would most probably be the least of your concerns.
Do you sometimes think about doing something crazy, the once-in-a-lifetime thing?
Charles-de-Gaulle is the world's most hated airport
Which is the nicest view of Paris, the most impressive one? Down from the Eiffel Tower? No, not necessarily.
The professional secret of an endangered species
Looking for a special souvenir, something off the beaten track?
On a hot summer (or nice autumn) night, when you wait for your table at Apicius while sitting al fresco and sipping a fancy apéritif, watching the
If you are a cheese lover, Paris will be heaven for you. And hell at the same time: How to choose from this vast, endless variety?
Have you ever dreamed of spending a night with your beloved one in a suite that looks like the Moulin Rouge?