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

Where Hemingway once walked, and students now weave in and out of Soufflot Hall and the Bibliothèque Saint-Geneviève, is the storied Latin Quarter, straddling parts of the fifth and sixth arrondissements of Paris. …read more

After two months of home confinement, most Parisians are looking forward to having a little more freedom as of May 11th. We asked some of our Parisian friends what they are most eager to do once the lockdown has been lifted, and beyond. …read more

“Paris is the most beautiful in the rain.” Woody Allen had it right in Midnight in Paris. Take a walk down Rue Montorgueil near Les Halles or Rue Lepic in Montmartre and you feel you’ve stepped onto a movie set, with wet cobblestone streets and flower shops bursting with color. …read more

Paris exudes and encourages love. This year, the theme of amour is explored in the new anthology, That’s Paris, a lovely collection of short stories. In celebration of Valentine’s Day, we’ll visit some of the city’s most romantic locations through a selection of the works from the book. …read more

As sunny days gain hold in Paris, an excellent, and somewhat secret, transportation alternative shines through. Linda Donahue, HiP Paris friend and founder of Parisien Salon, details a sun-and-scenery-filled metro substitute: Paris by boat! Photos Erica Berman A few years ago, during one of Paris’ notorious strikes, the metro and the buses were shut down for… …read more