HiP Paris is looking for new interns! Are you a total Francophile who loves the City of Light like we do? This is the perfect opportunity for you.
For your next stroll in the mesmerizing Quartier Champs-Élysées, we’ll help you look like you’re one of the lucky few who lives next door.
...read more 01 / 20 / 22
From Michelin-starred treats to simple and delicious food, we’ve selected the best places to try traditional French cuisine in Paris.
...read more 01 / 18 / 22
Here are some wonderful “hidden” boutique hotels—unique, cool, or chic bases tucked away in discreet spots around Paris.
...read more 01 / 11 / 22
The enchanting fragrance of warm pastries early in the morning – nothing screams France more than this. Here are some of the best croissants in Paris.
...read more 01 / 06 / 22
There’s no doubt about it, this year bought about its challenges. However, despite all the ups and downs, HiP Paris continued bringing you the best of Paris, France every week. So, let’s take a walk down memory lane and re-cap you on our favorite finds and insider tips from 2021...
...read more 01 / 04 / 22
Keep warm by catching that exhibition you were meaning to see, listen to some classical music in a Paris church, or grab a bargain at the winter sales.
...read more 12 / 30 / 21
I’ve been on a lot of first dates lately. Being a free and independent femme d’un certain âge, Paris is my oyster. Here are some of my recent first-dates.
...read more 12 / 22 / 21
Epiphany is celebrated in France by eating a galette des rois. Here are our picks for the best galettes des rois in Paris for 2022.
...read more 12 / 28 / 21
With the holidays upon us, I wish I could fly to Paris and relive some of my favorite memories. Here is everything I would do, AKA my Paris Wishlist.
...read more 12 / 21 / 21
The bûche de Noël (the Christmas log) is a typical French dessert, eaten during the holidays. Here are our favourite bûches to buy in Paris this Christmas!
...read more 12 / 15 / 21
Like August, Christmas and New Year’s Eve can be tricky times for finding restaurants that are open in Paris. Luckily, there are a select few that will be open on Christmas Eve (when the French typically celebrate), Christmas Day, and New Year’s Eve. Some may have special menus, while others will stick with their usual. Here are some options:
...read more 12 / 07 / 21