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She is one of the greatest photographers of the 20th century, although her talent has only been recognized too recently: Vivian Maier is at the heart of the Musée du Luxembourg exhibition, which runs from September 15, 2021 to January 16. 2022.
Jousseaume bookstore, founded in 1926, can be found at the foot of a few steps, in the corner of the Vivienne gallery, and catches passers-by with its unusual charm under the majestic glass roofs. In this passage classified as Historic Monuments, its location is exceptional. It is made for book lovers. The Jousseaumes have been passed down from father to son, their love of books and readers, as well as the defense of passages and galleries.
Want to dine in a cozy and discreet place in a chic and Parisian atmosphere? Lapérouse is the address for you. A meeting place for all of Paris at the time, we now meet Nicole Kidman, Kim Kardashian ... And the desserts are concocted by one of the greatest current pastry chefs: Christophe Michalak.
Inaugurated in 1984, the famous Pont des Arts, once adorned with the padlocks of lovers from all over the world, will be renovated in 2022.
True success on Broadway since its creation in 1997, The Lion King is back at the Mogador theater after its stop in 2010.
Located a few steps from the Eiffel Tower, the Pinky Bloom, this tea room with its original decoration makes us see life in pink.
Mimosa is Jean-François Piège's restaurant which opened its doors at the Hôtel de la Marine and which offers a unique food concept in Paris: a mimosa egg bar !
The café de Flore is legendary, it has been the place for all literary meetings and philosophical debates for almost 50 years. It opened its doors in 1887. Around 1913, Guillaume Appolinaire settled there and transformed the ground floor into an editorial room. He created the magazine "Les soirées de Paris". In the 1930s, it was the turn of writers, painters and intellectuals to take over the premises. Simone de Beauvoir, Jacques Prévert, Jean-Paul Sartre were among the regulars of the Flora. The world of cinema is not outdone and also takes hold of the places: Jane Fonda, Jean Seberg, Roman Polanski, Brigitte Bardot and Alain Delon are regulars of the Flora which is still one of the most legendary places in Paris
Inaugurated on December 20, 1927, “La Coupole” is the largest brasserie-restaurant in Montparnasse. For more than 90 years, celebrities and anonymous people meet there. Let's find out his sto
Discover 59 Rivoli, an art museum and artists residencey like no other, located in a building on rue Rivoli in Paris,