Paris Travel Guide
More than just a bookstore, Taschen is a global publisher and multi-unit, culturally focused bookshop. In 1980, then eighteen-year old Benedikt Taschen opened his first store in Cologne and has since branched out with locations everywhere from Beverly Hills to Hong Kong.
Paris provides ample opportunities to shop for high-dollar brands, but when the shopping list is full of essentials, Monoprix is the answer.
Pain d'Epis remains true to its name, which means wheat stalk bread.
The Jardin des Plantes, one of the most renowned botanical gardens in Paris, was founded as a medicinal garden by King Louis XIII in 1635.
What was once a vast, vaulted boat hangar underneath the Right Bank pillars of the city’s most ornate bridge, the Pont Alexandre III is now a popular nightclub that hosts album launches, fashion week after-parties, and other glittery happenings during the week. Starting at 10 p.m.
Become a museum VIP and waltz right past the long lines with the Paris Museum Pass.
Located in the northern city of Lille, this home furnishings shop is the namesake of interior designer Jean Maniglier. The store is spread out among a cluster of 17th-century houses, which contain vaulted ceilings and a globally inspired inventory of furniture, art, and tableware.