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Things to do in Paris

  • Jeu de Paume

    Tucked in a corner of the Tuileries Gardens near the Champs Élysées is this building reminiscent of a Greek temple, with large columns on its stone... More
  • L’Oiseau de Paradis

    For toys, including extraordinary stuffed animals, miniature soldiers, and the best Easter decorations around, there's nothing like L'Oiseau de Par... More
  • La Cinémathèque Française

    Home to more than 40,000 films—one of the largest collections in the world—La Cinémathèque Française was first established by Henri Langlois in 193... More
  • La Cocotte

    Situated in the 11th Arrondissement, this feminine, pink-and-white bookstore is dedicated entirely to cooking. Founded by Andrea Wainer, Laetitia B... More
  • La Flûte Gana

    It's all in the family at this brightly lit corner bakery in the Gambetta district that's named after founder Bernard Ganachaud's own la flûte gana... More
  • La Maison du Chocolat

    This purveyor of luxury chocolate touched down at CDG in 2009, opening two mini boutiques catering to discerning jet-setters. Truffles, éclairs, fr... More
  • La Pagode

    On the quiet Rue de Babylone in Paris’ Seventh Arrondissement, tucked behind a wall among trees, vines, and neighboring buildings, is a red, brown,... More
  • La Pâtisserie des Rêves

    Offering a unique, yet still Parisian, take on pastries, La Pâtisserie des Rêves in the 16th arrondissement features the work of Phillippe Conticin... More
  • La Tête dans les Olives

    Former circus performer Cedric Casanova quickly rose to fame in the Parisian food world after his small Sicilian olive oil store in the 10th Arrond... More
  • Ladurée

    Paris’s famed tea salon opened its second airport boutique here in March 2009 (the first opened in Orly in February 2009). The signature pale green... More
  • L'Airelle

  • L'Artisan Parfumeur

    Established in 1976 by perfumer-chemist Jean Laporte, this tiny French perfume house in the Marais woos shoppers with rows of impeccably packaged f... More
  • Le Bac à Glaces

    Set amidst high-end shops on the Left Bank, Le Bac á Glaces, or Ice Tray, specializes in ice cream and sorbets made the old-fashioned way in variou... More
  • Le Balajo Dance Hall

    Decades of fads and trends haven’t changed this old-fashioned, working-class dance hall much. Operating since 1936 on Rue de Lappe in the Bastille ... More

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