Things to do in Paris
Vintage Roads is a car-for-hire service with a fleet of classic restored Traction Avant Citroën vehicles. These large touring cars from the 1930s-50s have almost mythic status among the world’s car elite, so renting a Traction Avant at reasonable prices is quite the travel-in-style prize.
Located in the heart of the stylish Hotel DeVille district, on the northern bank of the Seine, the Different Company, true to its name, is a different sort of boutique shopping experience. The store is owned and operated by famed French perfumer Jean-Claude Ellena and his daughter, Celine.
Located on the Right Bank, the 11th Arrondissement is one of the city's most densely populated neighborhoods. The district's most notable feature is the Place de la Bastille.
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 façade. Inside, is a rotating collection of photography, film, and video from the 19th to 21st centuries.
Wellness seekers find health, fitness, and spa offerings at Hotel Bel-Ami Spa in the Saint-Germain-des-Prés neighborhood.
In business in the city of lights for nearly two centuries, this iconic perfumerie dating to 1912 is one of the world's oldest perfume houses.
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.
This public museum, just a 15-minute walk from the Arc de Triomphe, was once the home of art collector Édouard André and his wife, painter Nélie Jacquemart.
Reminiscent of a French cottage, this tiny gardening and gourmet food shop is located in the heart of the Montmartre district on Rue des Abbesses.