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  • School of Perfumery and Fragrance

    Study the basic botany behind fragrances, then follow the creation process from picking jasmit to bottling. You'll also tour the International Perf... More
  • Seventh Arrondissement

    Centrally located on the Left Bank, the Seventh Arrondissement is one of Paris’s wealthiest and most stylish districts. Home to the French elite si... More
  • Sewer Museum

    The Museum: Paris developed its first sewage system around 1200 A.D., when King Philippe Auguste declared all streets be paved, with a drain runnin... More
  • Site Archéologique de la Graufesenque

    Visit the archaeological site at La Graufesenque, where the Gauls made the pottery now housed in the Musée Fenaille. More
  • Sixth Arrondissement

    Located on the Left Bank, the Sixth Arrondissement was a prominent hub of art and philosophy in the 20th century, hosting such personalities as Pab... More
  • Soeur

    Children's-wear designer Domitille Brion and her sister Angelique sell chic clothing for girls ages 8 to 18, and many stylish Parisian moms (includ... More
  • Sony PlayStation

    Take time out to play on one of 73 free Sony PSP3s set up near departure gates through the terminals. Conceived with Sony for Aéroports de Paris, g... More
  • Soulèo Provence

    Buy traditional dishes in yellows and greens. More
  • Spree

    Le Corbusier designed the facade of the building which now houses Spree, an art gallery and high fashion boutique hybrid which stocks everything fr... More
  • Spree

    A combination clothing boutique and art gallery, Spree is the brainchild of fashion designer Roberta Oprandi and visual artist Bruno Hadjadj. Locat... More
  • St. Michael's Gate

    The large, iron St. Michael’s Gate, at the end of the boulevard, topped by statues of three archangels, marks a clean break from the pilgrim trap. More
  • Ste.-Catherine Church

    Honfleur’s greatest surviving building, and its separate bell tower date back to the 15th century. The largest, most unusual wooden church in Franc... More
  • Stéphane Olivier

    Stephane Olivier, owner of the antique shop Rive Gauche on Rue de l'Universite, spent much of his childhood in his grandmother's alpine garden, and... More
  • Strasbourg Christmas Market

    What to Expect: The France/Germany border has spent centuries dancing to either side of the Alsace region. It's currently in the France column, but... More
  • Studio 28

    Founded by Jean-Placid Mauclaire in 1928 as an independent cinema and meeting place for creative minds near the Montmartre Cemetery, Studio 28 has ... More
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