Tips and Articles for Paris

Jean-Marie Del Moral

While the Rue Montmartre, in the 2nd arrondissement of Paris, has become a hub for fashion, advertising, and digital businesses (not to mention the... Read More

Like everything good in life, Paris museums are seasonal, and summer tends to be a little slow. With the Pompidou having just closed an excellent and... Read More

While the stereotype of the chic Parisian woman irks most of the Parisian women I know, it also happens to be the God’s honest truth. Many, many words... Read More

The Eiffel Tower itself may not have changed much since the 1920s—although, the landmark was painted yellow at the turn of the 20th century—but the... Read More

Following consumer complaints about the amusement park’s price discrepancies, Disneyland Paris is facing an investigation by the European Commission and... Read More

Triple-digit temperatures have been a consistent theme in Paris this summer. For appetites flattened by the spiking mercury, take advantage of the... Read More

Seeing the sights of Paris is one thing, but taking them all in via a plane ride that last less than two minutes can only be described as a trip. The... Read More

Paris is in the midst of a massive hotel boom. It started last year, with the unveiling of the Peninsula Paris, and hasn’t slowed since. With new hotels... Read More

When I moved to France and finally had my own freezer to fill, I was surprised to discover that French store-bought ice cream is terrible. The only... Read More

This Wednesday, July 22, marks the 25th anniversary of the brilliant Cinéma en Plein Air festival in the Parc de la Villette, the mega-park in the 19th... Read More

When shopping abroad, vintage purchases are some of the hardest to weigh. After all, if you walk away from a one-off piece, there is no going back.... Read More

Given Paris’s reputation as one of the great food cities of the world, restaurants are, rightfully, an important part of anyone’s visit. Pity the poor... Read More

For Madewell’s second collaboration with beloved French brand Sezane, they decided to focus on two of their (and our) favorite cities: Paris and New... Read More

Heat waves in France are their own special hell. While I’ve never experienced worse weather on a more consistent basis than in the 12 years I lived in... Read More

If you aren’t living under a rock, then you probably heard about Courtney Love’s frantic tweets after alighting from Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris... Read More

Looks like Dublin isn't the only city that's going to be experience a pedestrian-friendly makeover. Last weekend, Paris Mayor Anne Hildago shared... Read More

Parisians have a small window to celebrate summer: skies are gray for three-fourths of the year, and kids are in school until July. So they pack in the... Read More

There’s a reason why having a picnic in Paris is on everyone’s to-do list. But the parks you know best, like the Jardin de Luxembourg, are not actually... Read More

Starting Thursday, July 9th, Shangri-La, Paris is offering a special "100% Green Evening" series featuring a local, vegetable-focused menu. This... Read More

Last week, the iconic bookstore Librairie La Hune (pictured), in the Paris neighborhood of Saint-Germain-des-Près, closed its doors for good. While news... Read More

I feel for parents coming to Paris with their kids. Sure, they can race sailboats in the Jardin de Luxembourg fountain, or chase pigeons in the Place... Read More

It’s been about ten years since the Marais neighborhood in Paris first started going up-market. In the course of that decade, the number of places to... Read More

If there’s a woman alive who personifies Parisian glamour, it’s Ines de la Fressange. Not just because the 50-plus-year-old, still-working supermodel... Read More

Paris’ hot spot Les Bains-Douches is back, but not necessarily in the way you’d expect. The name is keeping all of the glitz, glamour, and clout it’s... Read More

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