A lady applying lipstick whilst waiting for the metro in Paris. A man cycling under the Eiffel Tower with the sun low in the sky behind him.
Top: Beaune, France @sliceofpai / Noto, Sicily @plumguide / Above: @vutheara

Most Covid restrictions have now been lifted, and spring is here, but we are all still in desperate need of a pick me up Instagram session. Put your comfiest outfit on, grab a snack and let your mind wander around Paris and beyond, thanks to these ten travel accounts.

A young man sitting on a rooftop watch the sunset behind the Eiffel Tower. An Autumnal day as the sun sets over a tall building in central Paris.
Eiffel Tower / Paris @jeffonline


Moody landscapes and dreamy pictures populate this nostalgic account celebrating the beauty of the British countryside. The creator, Carolyn, lives in a small seaside town in the north of England. She has mastered the art of the staycation for quite some time, serving followers with amazing landscapes, cute cottages and pictures of her adorable dog Lenny.

A quaint cottage and drystone walls in the Lake District. A row of old cottages on an old country lane in Whitby.
The Lake District, UK / Whitby, UK @slowtraveler


Italy, Greece, Sweden, India… there isn’t a place this Australian couple based in Budapest hasn’t visited. The pair have travelled full time since quitting their marketing jobs in 2015 and moving to Europe. For a feed filled with incredible photos and responsible travel tips, head their way.

An old orange scooter is parked next the faded walls of a townhouse in Pienza. A train travels over a viaduct through the forests of Nepal.
Pienza, Italy / Nepal @thecommonwanderer


If you miss Paris, look no further than @seemyparis. The beautiful feed run by eight passionate Parisians is full of stunning pictures of the French capital. From the Sacré-Cœur, to the sparkling Eiffel Tower, to everyday life scenes – you’ll feel like you are walking around Paris with them.


Look at the City of Love through the eyes of a Parisian photographer. Jeff’s photos immortalize Paris from every angle. If you look closely, you will find a few pictures of his wanderings elsewhere around the world as well.

Two gentleman sitting and chatting at a table in a Parisian brasserie. A man kneeling with the Eiffel tower in focus behind him.
Paris / Eiffel Tower @jeffonline


An old man reading his paper in a café. A lady reapplying her bright red lipstick while waiting for the metro. A couple kissing next to the Canal Saint-Martin. This is the tale of a city told by VuThéara Kham through his stunning feed. Perfect if you want to feel like you are part of the story.

A couple kissing sitting on the ground by the Canal Saint-Martin. An old man reading a book outside a cafe in Paris.
River Seine, Paris / Montmartre, Paris @vutheara


A bustling cafe, Le Vrai Paris with blooms of flowers around its sign and warm lighting. A couple sitting at a table full of French food and wine outside a cafe.
Le Vrai Paris, Paris / Le Bimbo, Paris @patrickcolpron

This account will help you plan your next trip to Paris. If you want to find quirky places, tasty food and the best hotels, Patrick Colpron’s account is the one to follow.

A gentleman leaves the cafe, Les Chimeres as fellow diners sit and drink their coffee. A young lady pauses beneath a cherry blossom in central Paris.
Les Chimères, Paris / Rue du Louvre, Paris @patrickcolpron


If you are interested in more than pretty pictures and travel tips, @les_petits_frenchies is your window into French culture. From fashion to business and food, this account celebrates everything happening in France right now.

A winding river leads up to Mont Saint-Michel with a man and a woman walking either side. Foliage grows over a covered path in the Parc de Belleville.
Mont Saint-Michel, Normandy @paigunna / Belleville, Paris @didineta on @les_petits_frenchies


Do you want to follow the adventures of an American in Paris? Nathaniel Drew shows you how life in the city really is (sorry, Emily!). It’s like having a friendly face guiding you around Paris… but also Mexico, Italy and more.

A view over Paris from high up in Montmartre. The photographer Nathaniel Drew sits on a step beside a large old wooden door.
Montmartre, Paris @nathanieldrew_


A bird's-eye view of a Tuscan villa and its turquoise swimming pool with hills and fields all around. The facade of an old Tuscan Villa with trees and plants in the courtyard.
Tuscany, Italy @plumguide

Who hasn’t dreamt of a penthouse overlooking the Eiffel Tower? A dreamy English cottage in the Cotswolds? A sun-soaked villa in Tuscany? Or a fabulous apartment in Venice? Good thing dreaming is free! Plum Guide’s account will invite you to take a look at some of the most amazing homes around the globe. 

The grand interior of a Georgian home in Lambeth, London. The view from a beautiful Venetian room and balcony over the dome of an old cathedral.
London, UK / Venice, Italy @plumguide


A lady cycles past boulangerie Poilâne. Sunset reflected in the windows of a Haussmanian building in Paris.
Poilâne, Paris / Buttes Chaumont, Paris @sliceofpai

A talented travel and food photographer goes around Paris taking pictures of the city and the mouth-watering food she captures for work.  The result is a feed that you will never stop scrolling through. One warning: you will get hungry.

A person cuts into a Burrata with nuts. A colorful spread of anitpasti and salads.
Splendido, Marseille @sliceofpai

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Alessia Armenise

Alessia is a writer and creative based in Paris. After a few years working in London, she moved back to Paris and now writes freelance for media and brands, specialising in eco-luxury, slow travel and sustainability. Her work has been featured in Stylist, Milk Magazine and Grazia France among others. She also runs a sustainability and slow living focused website called Pretty Slow and hosts a podcast called Pretty Good Business.

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