Musée Nissim de Canmondo Le musée porte le nom de Moïse de Camondo, riche banquier de religion juive et collectionneur d’art, qui a légué son hôtel particulier et sa collection d’art à l’État français en mémoire de son fils, Nissim de Camondo, mort pendant la Première Guerre mondiale....Lire la suite
The lively Enfants-Rouges district is famous for its 17th-century covered market. A labyrinthine space featuring stalls selling fresh flowers, vegetables, and fruit, as well as popular multicultural restaurants for lunch. The Hôtel de Tallard is a majestic house designed by Pierre Bullet in the early 18th century, and now...Lire la suite
Un lieu absolument unique qui porte encore les traces d’un passé frénétique et prestigieux. Le quartier de Montmartre n’est pas Paris, les Montmartrois rétorquerons que vous n’êtes pas à Paris, vous êtes dans un village. Le village de Montmartre ou s’entremêlent artistes, amoureux de la fête, pèlerins et touristes...Lire la suite
Si vous aimez la tranquillité et les chats cette balade est faite pour vous. Au cœur du cimetière de Montmartre lieu incontournable du patrimoine parisien se trouve une école un peu particulière car consacrée uniquement au chat. Dès les années 1970, des centaines de chats abandonnés se trouvent...Lire la suite
The relationship between the United States and France is long and storied. Anyone walking through the centre of Paris will notice the myriad of streets named after Americans; from inventors to diplomats, philanthropists to politicians. However, there are also a number of Parisian streets in honour of American...Lire la suite
Montmartre might be the most distinctive quarter of Paris, but the ancient village contains a number of different areas itself. From quaint cobbled streets to bustling boulevards, here are 5 areas of Montmartre you won’t want to miss. Abbesses Abbesses is situated in the heart of Montmartre. The central...Lire la suite
The old adage that the French are always on strike might be a slight exaggeration, but industrial action is certainly more common in France than most European countries. It’s not unusual to be faced with train and plane delays or even cancellations, due to a worker’s strike. For the...Lire la suite
An area unlike any other in the city of light, the village of Montmartre is a must visit destination for anyone visiting Paris. Here are 5 reasons you need to visit Montmartre 1. The History Paris is a city packed with history, but Montmartre’s legacy is unique in its...Lire la suite
If you’re arriving into Paris CDG after midnight or your flight is delayed, you may well miss the final metro connection into the city. Fear not, there are still bus options to get you into Paris. The Noctilien Night Bus The last Roissybus taking you from CDG into central...Lire la suite
For over half a century, a man known for his signature electric blue attire and a singular name, Michou, was the last bastion of Montmartre’s legendary nightlife. Born Michel Georges Alfred Catty in Amiens in 1931, the man who would become Michou moved to Paris in the early 1950s....Lire la suite
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