Good news for fans of Pink Floyd music! A tribute concert to the British group, with symphony orchestra, is about to take place in Paris.
Did you know that Moliere's chair can be seen at the Comédie-Française ? The one in which he played his ultimate "Malade Imaginaire" and in which he died a few hours later.
Besides the fact that it is the narrowest street in Paris, the "rue du chat qui peche "astonishes by its name, what is it hiding ?
Carette Paris is an institution in Paris. Art Deco style, with a pretty terrace on Place du Trocadéro, it is a very popular place for Parisians.
When you walk rue Montorgueil in Paris, you are struck by this large snail which supplants the facade of this legendary restaurant: L'escargot Montorgueil.
A veritable labyrinth in the heart of underground Paris, the Paris Catacombs are a must-see among Parisian monuments: a route 1,500 meters long and 20 meters deep, for an extraordinary visit.
Madonna photographed by Kenji Wakasugi in 1985 can be admired in Paris on the occasion of an unprecedented photo exhibition.
Entering Marin Montagut's boutique means taking a magnificent trip back in time and finding yourself in the heart of a cabinet of curiosities.
Meert is first and foremost the specialist in the northern brown sugar waffle that General De Gaulle enjoyed. A shop is now open for gourmets in the Marais district in Paris.
The popular jazz club, Bal Blomet leads the public and artists in the footsteps of the great figures who have frequented it from Man Ray to Ernest Heningway.