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History of the most iconic bookstores of Paris

You know you are in Paris when you see them,booksellers are one of the essentials of the Parisian postcard. True symbols of the banks of the Seine today, these book enthusiasts were already experimenting with books in the 16th century!

The Bateau Lavoir, the « Factory » of Montmartre

The Bateau-Lavoir is one of the most famous artist residences in Paris, like was the factory in New-York. Perched on the Butte Montmartre since 1892, it has seen Pablo Picasso, Guillaume Apollinaire and Modigliani pass through its workshops.

Barthelemy, the cheese shop of French presidents

It has been more than 10 years since Nicole Barthélémy took over the store from her husband Roland, rue de Grenelle, and it is always full. All the beautiful people of the 6th and 7th arrondissements flock to this little retro shop where the cheeses are matured with passion and according to the rules of the art.

The myterious lake of the Garnier Opera

Paris is a city full of well-hidden treasures. Among them is the lake located under the Opéra Garnier. Did you not know it existed?

In Amélie’s footsteps

A breath of emotion seizes us in front of the Butte market and it is with the greatest joy that we find ourselves in awe at the foot of Amélie Poulain's epic grocery store which comes to life in front of us.

Place des Vosges, a visit full of history

First of the 5 royal squares in Paris, the Place des Vosges is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful squares in Paris. A place steeped in history, which will definitively transform the face of the capital at the start of the 17th century

Who is « Madame » of the « Rue Madame » ?

Rue Madame, Did often wondered who was this Madame ? It's now the end of this mystery, here is the answer :

The most unusual building in Paris

Although it was a rather brief architectural - and artistic - current (from around 1890 to 1910), Art Nouveau produced exceptional buildings of imagination and creativity, of which we find superb examples in Paris. First, the Castel Béranger, in the 16th arrondissement, reputed to be the founding building of the Art Nouveau movement, as well as the Lavirotte building,

Where to drink a hot coffee in Saint-Germain des Près during Covid ?

A large teddy bear wearing an anti-covid mask driving an old green van parked in front of the Ralph Lauren store on Boulevard Saint-Germain, a funny scene that heralds the return of the Ralph’s Coffee Truck. Inaugurated during Fashion Week 2017, it is the perfect place to take a little break during your shopping spree.

Moulin de la Galette’s history

Moulin de la Galette: With the Moulin Radet, it is the last survivor of the thirty mills that once adorned the Butte Montmartre. It is also the only one in perfect working order. Originally the function of the former mill was to grind the flour and press the harvest.

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