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Ah, Paris in the spring… Drinks move from the inside of the apartments to the cafés and river banks, flowers are blooming. Time for the best tennis players in the world to be back in the city of lights ! Here’s everything you need to know about the 2022 edition of the French Open, Roland-Garros....
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Notre Dame Paris nef
After the terrible fire of Notre-Dame cathedral on April 19th 2019, the restoration is still underway. With hopes of reopening the building to the public for the inauguration of the Olympic Games of 2024, which will be hosted by the city of Paris. In the meantime, a new attraction has just opened on January 15th....
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Marais Private Tour
Planning your dream vacation to Paris? You may be filled with questions about your upcoming visit, especially if it will be your first time visiting the French capital. We’ve compiled a list here of 10 things you should know before you come to Paris. #1 Paris is Safe Paris is a very safe city, statistically...
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Emily in Paris Lily Collins Camille Razat
The Netflix series “Emily in Paris” premiered in October 2020 and was a huge hit. Viewers were delighted by the character played by Lily Collins, her extravagant fashions and well the elegant Parisian settings for each episode. The city of Paris herself is an important main character in the series. We follow Emily about town...
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Pexels Irina Iriser
You may be asking yourself what you are going to do for Christmas in Paris. At the end of the Year, Paris will be magical in the streets with music, markets, illuminations and decorations! Our favorite Christmas markets in Paris Firstly You must visit a Christmas market while in Paris, and here is our selection:...
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les deux magots saint germain paris
Since the early 1900’s all of Paris has been singing, dancing, writing and painting in Saint-Germain-des-Prés. Indeed, it was the favorite neighborhood of artists and philosophers like Ernest Hemingway, Picasso and Jean-Paul Sartre. Known for being an artsy, chic area of Paris, its atmosphere is both bohemian and bourgeois, which we call bobo in French....
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marais tour
If you’ve seen all the Paris Highlights and are now looking for hidden gems and places off the beaten path, explore le Marais! Situated in the 3rd and 4th arrondissements above the River Seine, it’s one of Paris’ most vibrant neighborhoods, perfect for bars, food, art and shopping. This trendy area in Paris is home...
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Montmatre
Montmartre – winding cobblestone streets, bohemian bistros, Sacré Coeur and the Moulin Rouge. There is so much to see in this quintessentially French neighbourhood that makes it a must during a trip to Paris. But beyond the main tourist sites there are also several secrets hidden within the quarter that one may stumble upon. Here...
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what to see louvre paris
Previously a grand palace for France’s Kings and Queens, the Louvre is the world’s most famous museum. Masters and masterpieces, antiquities and artifacts fill its decadent halls, from 700BC to the 19th century. With 35,000 pieces of art, it really has it all. Did you know, it would take 3 whole days to see everything...
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Admitted
Learn all about Henri Matisse, the famous French painter and major figure of 20th century art. A draughtsman, printmaker, painter and sculptor, he was known for his bright use of colour and fluid drawing skills. About Henri Matisse Matisse was born on the 31st December 1869 in Nord, a department in northern France. Rather than...
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