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Paris’s Best Non-Touristy Museums

There are smaller museums in Paris that are still rich in content. They are less touristy, and all the more perfect for a leisurely culture fix.
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Montmartre: Exploring the New, Hip and Delicious in One of Our Favorite Paris ‘Hoods

Even the small village around metro Abbesses is constantly evolving with new cafés, restaurants, and shops opening all the time. If you find
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by Ali Postma
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Paris’ Best Hidden Gardens

There are some green spaces that are hidden in plain sight and are only visited by those in the know. Enjoy a moment of greenery and tranquility
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by Lily Heise
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Where to Eat in Paris’ 5th Arrondissement

When I used to visit Paris before moving here, I didn’t find there was much of a food scene in the 5th. But how things have changed! There are
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by Ali Postma
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Arts Off The Beaten Track: Paris Museums and Galleries Worth the Detour

As an arts lover in Paris, you’re spoilt for choice. But once you’ve ticked off all the major art museums and galleries - such as the Louvre and
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by Ali Postma
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The All-Rounders: Paris Museums and Galleries to Visit All Year Long

No matter what exhibition is on, there are some museums in Paris that are worth visiting all year round. Whether it be stunning architecture or
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by Ali Postma
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A Guide To Paris’s Ménilmontant Neighborhood

Here are our top places to eat, drink, and mingle with the Ménilmontois.
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by Lily Heise
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The Best Australian-Style Brunch & Coffee in Paris

The Aussie brunch, or “brekkie” (short for breakfast), has taken off internationally. Australian’s love to travel, and have taken their passion
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by Ali Postma
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Eataly Paris Opens Its Doors

Popular Italian food hall Eataly has opened their 39th outpost in Paris, the first in France. Located behind the BHV in the heart of the Marais,
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by Ali Postma
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An Aussie in Paris: Learning French

While writing a thesis on French film at university in Australia, I thought it would probably be a good idea to learn French. I spent a year
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by Ali Postma
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Parisian Squats: Alternative Venues for Art, Music & More

Squats in Paris have evolved a great deal since the French revolution and even more particularly during the 1970s-80s counterculture era. Today
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by Lily Heise
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Gare du Nord: Paris Revamps Railway Hood

Gare du Nord and its environs are in the midst of an exciting transformation and for the 200 million travellers it serves annually, it's not a
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Paris Street Art: A Guide for the Urban Explorer

Street art is often placed in obscure or unexpected places, so next time you’re out and about in Paris, keep your eyes open for artistic
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by Ali Postma
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