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Things to do in Paris

  • Musée d'Orsay

    Across the Seine from the Tuileries Gardens, the Musée d'Orsay is Paris's premier museum of Impressionism, displaying works from 1848 to 1914. Open... More
  • Nouez-Moi

    Just around the corner from Avenue Montaigne, this popular source for embroidered fine linens made in France offers its wares at a third of the pri... More
  • Odorantes

    Enjoy a dozen high-quality roses from artisan small producers at Odorantes near the Eglise St.-Sulpice, a floral boutique patronized by a who's who... More
  • Pain de Sucre

    A sweet diversion for shoppers browsing the stores of Le Marais or those returning from the National Modern Art Musem, Pain de Sucre, run by Didier... More
  • Pain D'Épis

    Pain d'Epis remains true to its name, which means wheat stalk bread. This archetypal Parisian boulangerie is a mainstay on Avenue Bosquet, where ow... More
  • Palais de Tokyo

    Le Palais de Tokyo is not a Japanese palace but an experimental gallery space for avant garde artists. Housed inside the west wing of a 1937 Art De... More
  • Papier+

    A few blocks from Notre Dame and the Hotel de Ville, this uncommon stationer in the heart of the Marais district is appreciated for the craftsmansh... More
  • Parc des Buttes-Chaumont

    Located in the Nineteenth Arrondissement, the Parc des Buttes-Chaumont is the steepest park in Paris. The 23-hectare park was commissioned by Napol... More
  • Parc Monceau

    In a city known for grand parks, Parc Monceau in Paris’ eighth arrondissement stands in pleasant contrast. Laid out in an English style in 1769 as ... More
  • Paris Apartment Custom Shopping Expeditions

    Claudia Strasser, who runs a New York—based interiors business called the Paris Apartment, has decades of experience showing American clients aroun... More
  • Paris Flea Market Tour

    The bustling Puces de Paris St. Ouen, a.k.a Paris Flea Market, is the setting for this four-hour tour offered on Saturdays and Sundays by Toma Clar... More
  • Paris Museum Pass

    Become a museum VIP and waltz right past the long lines with the Paris Museum Pass. It costs $45 for two days, $70 for four days, or $95 for six da... More
  • Paris Through Expatriate Eyes

    If your idea of an ideal day is whiling it away in a Left Bank wine bar or literary salon, Pittsburgh native and sometime-local resident Terrance G... More
  • Passage des Deux Pavillons

    The acoustic appeal of the crooked Passage des Deux Pavillons, a short, hidden alleyway adjacent to the shops abutting the Palais Royale, has made ... More
  • Patrick Roger

    “At a proper chocolatier—a place where they make chocolate from actual beans and don’t just mold other producers’—the smell of dark cocoa and butte... More

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