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Tomorrow, the 15th April marks the first anniversary of the terrible fire in Notre Dame Cathedral last year. The medieval church on Île de la Cité is France’s most iconic landmark. Like the ‘Point Zero’ in front of the cathedral, Notre Dame is the symbolic heart of France. Following the article we wrote last year...
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french easter traditions
The Easter holiday can be the best time to visit Paris – although not this year, unfortunately. Depending on when the holiday falls, you’ll likely be able to catch some lovely Parisian Spring weather – especially if Easter Sunday is in mid to late April. Since we won’t be able to celebrate Easter in Paris...
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How to make crepes
Crepes are a staple in French cooking. A distant relative of pancakes, they’re easy to make, only requiring a few ingredients, and give instant results, making them the perfect no-fuss recipe! Where do crepes come from? The idea of mixing flour with a liquid and then spreading it thinly to cook it is quite ancient...
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movies set in paris
With more time on our hands, now is a great opportunity to get inspiration for your next trip to Paris! Be transported to France from your couch with our favorite Paris movies. Paris, the City of Love, the City of Light: it’s truly the best place to shoot a movie! Whether romantic, musical, comic or...
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My Private Paris team
The global COVID-19 pandemic, or coronavirus, presents a challenge like no other. All of us at My Private Paris are deeply saddened by the impact of this virus and our thoughts go out to all those suffering. We would like to confirm our plans going forward and reassure you of our commitment to you and...
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The Paris metro system is one of the oldest in the world – having opened in 1900 for the World’s Fair. Known for its unique Art Nouveau entrances designed by Hector Guimard, the Paris Metro is one of the icons of Paris – and your best bet for getting across the city quickly and cheaply. ...
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Paris is one of the most romantic cities in the world for a reason. There is an endless list of restaurants with a view on the Eiffel Tower with accordions playing in the background. Numerous events and dance clubs celebrate the occasion for every music taste. Perhaps this is why you don’t have a plan...
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romantic restaurants paris
Paris… the city of Love and also of world famous haute-cuisine française. When you add these two aspects together it makes Paris the perfect setting for a romantic get away. There are no shortages of excellent restaurants in the French capital, and there are certainly some which stand out as being exceptionally romantic.  Here are...
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The Treaty of Versailles became effective 100 years ago on the 10th of January 1920. The agreement, signed by European leaders on the 28th of June 1919, marked the end of World War I. Placing the blame on Germany for the unprecedented devastation of what was then considered as the “war to end all wars”,...
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galette rois paris
After Christmas and New Years have passed and we enter the cold winter months in Paris there is one thing that we can look forward to during the month of January in France : La Galette des Rois! You will begin to see these cakes appearing in boulangeries just after Christmas. They usually are topped...
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