In 2024, the City of Light will host the world’s largest sporting event again, 100 years after the first Paris Olympics. Here’s everything you need to know about the Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games.  …read more

Meghan Donovan of whit & whimsy blog and Paris, Perfected trip planning services shares what her perfect day in Paris would look like. …read more

From neighborhood bistros to cutting-edge contemporary cuisine, here are some of the best restaurants near the Eiffel Tower. …read more

Paris start-up Le Food Trip launched a concept totally new to Paris this year: The Tasting Passport. For 34 euros, you can taste a range of authentic goods at your own pace (the passport is valid for one year after purchase), in whatever order you choose, all while taking in the ambiance of a neighborhood… …read more

After the lighting of the trees along the Champs Elysées and the perfume of hot, spiced wine from the Christmas markets, everyone is ready to pull on their party shoes, aka ice skates, to enjoy some sensational ice skating rinks that have rolled into Paris for the holidays. …read more

The 20ème is one of the largest neighborhoods in Paris, covering the areas of Nation, Gambetta, Ménilmontant, and Belleville. Largely overlooked by tourists, this unique quartier is full of locals-only bars and restaurants, art galleries, theaters, charming backstreets, hidden pockets of nature, and a diverse population. As much as I love the familiar streets of… …read more

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This area, centered around the charming village of Passy where genteel manor homes used to fill the bucolic countryside, is now the 16th arrondissement and is made for leisurely strolls full of excellent museums, remarkable food, and views with the Bois de Boulogne just steps away. …read more

Falling in love with romance-infused Paris – the grandiose Haussmannian architecture, the Marais’ winding streets, and the city’s bistro scene – is easy. But if you’re not born here, living in Paris is another story. Here 10 signs I’ve integrated into the City of Light. …read more

Last summer, the boys behind Le Perchoir brought eating and drinking in Paris to new heights, offering visitors and locals alike a never-before seen view over the rooftops of Paris from the East. This summer, they’re at it again with their newest rooftop revolutions- La Passerelle and Le Perchoir Marais. With two new spots in… …read more

One can only bear the mob encircling the Mona Lisa so many times. In my four months living in Paris, I must have visited Mona and her Louvre museum on half a dozen occasions, mostly while touring visiting friends and family around the city’s landmark attractions. You can’t argue that the Louvre is not fabulous,… …read more