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Paris With a Disability: Tips for Enjoying the City With Limited Mobility

Here’s a brief list of considerations for the adventurous, but less able amongst us; Paris can certainly be a challenge for those with a disability, but it needn't be a disappointment. Tom Nash, quadruple amputee and international keynote
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The Best French Beauty, Skincare, and Haircare Products Parisian Women Swear By

What’s all the French-beauty fuss about anyway? Beyond the elusive allure of all things French, the products tend to have fewer problematic ingredients since the EU regulates cosmetics more than the U.S. FDA. After checking in with savvy locals,
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Summer Activities to Cool Down in Paris

When temperatures tip over 90°F (that’s 32°C for the French), Parisians turn to summer activities that’ll help them cool down…and escape the sweaty crowds trying to do the same. Here are five of our favorite Paris summer activities that’ll keep
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Paris’ Best Ice Cream Shops Beyond Berthillon

When temperatures hit 25°C in Paris, ice cream cones topped with elegant scoops of noisette or framboise suddenly become Parisians’ favorite edible accessory. Besides the famous Berthillon, I asked locals for their favorites. Would any of them
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Paris’ Best New Vegan Restaurants

From chic bistrots to cool contemporary cafés, here are the some of the best newcomers on the Paris vegan scene.
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Paris’ Best Rooftop Bars for Sunset Views

The latest import on the long list of New York-inspired trends is the Rooftop Cocktail Bar. These days, you can find hip rooftop bars sprinkled all throughout the capital.
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Our Favorite French Accessories Brands

In the quest to dress like a Parisian, we can’t forget accessories. Here are some of our favorite accessories brands to help you put the finishing touch on your Parisian look.
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Exploring Paris’ Canal de l’Ourcq

Over the course of the last decade, a number of great bars and restaurants have popped up along Canal de l’Ourcq. Here’s where you can take in its relaxed charm.
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What to do in Paris in August

If you're visiting Paris or staying in town, here's what to do in Paris this August from music and film festivals to outdoor swimming.
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What to Pack for Summer in Paris

Once you’ve secured your summer vacation dates, booked your plane tickets to Paris and spent hours scouring blogs for the trendiest restaurants, the most fashionable boutiques and the off-the-beaten-path adventures, there’s only one last hurdle
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Le Relais: Paris’ Newest Locavore Restaurant

Le Relais is firmly committed to its motto, “the closer, the better,” and uses the best quality ingredients from the nearest producers, including straight from its own roof.
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Secret Scents: An Organic Perfume Brand to Lift Your Mood

“Clean” perfumes are all the rage these days, and with good reason.
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The Best French Fashion Brands for Summer

Summer is finally here and that means it’s time to talk about summer fashion.
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Fluctuart: A Floating Urban Art Center in Paris’ 7ème

Fluctuart is the world’s first floating urban art center which has just opened by Pont des Invalides in Paris’ 7th arrondissement.
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Where to buy Zero-Waste Cleaning Products and Supplies in Paris

Parisians have never lost the habit of shopping in local hardware shops, where you can find many zero-waste cleaning products. Les Drogueries D’Aujourd’hui is one of several new chains making the most of an old idea, offering wooden brushes with
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What to do on Bastille Day in Paris

Known simply as le 14 juillet (July 14th) by the French, Bastille Day is one of the most important dates in French history. So how do you celebrate in Paris? Other than the annual military parade, here are some of our favorite Bastille Day
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Rue Paul Bert: Where To Eat In Paris’ 11eme

Rue Paul Bert and the surrounding streets in the 11th arrondissement of Paris are a gastronomic haven dominated by two well-known chefs: Bertrand Auboyneau and Cyril Lignac.