Weekends from August 11 to September 2, Paris will continue to ring in the summer months with breezy classical music and floral arrangements at Parc Floral along Esplanade du Château de Vincennes. The open-air stages will play host to many musicians both young and old, and there is often a meet and greet with the
From Friday, May 25 to Sunday, May 27, the Printemps Des Rues festival will again claim the banks of the Saint-Martin Canal in Paris’ 10th arrondissement for the annual celebration of street performances. The festival is celebrating 20 years of entertaining the masses. This year’s lineup includes public dancing, magic shows, indie concerts, puppet shows,
What a great video Condé Nast Traveler posted documenting a day and night exploring the City of Light, with stops at the Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe, and the Grand Palais. What would you do if you had 24 hours to spend in Paris?
It’s been about 5 years since my last trip to Paris, so I guess the statute of limitations has passed, and it’s time for a confession: I broke a law. Now, this isn’t a Brokedown Palace-esque tale; the simple facts are that I’m a woman and I wore pants in Paris, which, until last week,
Beaulieu-sur-mer (which translates to “beautiful place by the sea”) is our favorite little town on the French Riviera, 10 minutes by train from Nice, 20 from Monaco and 25 from another charmer Menton; right at the Italian border, where oranges and lemons flourish year round. Beaulieu is a small town with a wonderful waterfront; it
Paris lovers: you know the Eiffel Tower like the back of your hand, but did you know that it functions as a giant antenna for radio and television transmissions? You know that Louis Pasteur and Madame Curie were Parisians and made important contributions to science, but did you know that you can visit their homes
Would you stay in this crazy hotel room? It’s in a hotel called Au Vieux Panier in Marseilles, France. Every year, the hotel offers up a blank canvas in the form of blank hotel rooms to local artists and designers who let loose their paintbrushes (or, in this case, spray paint nozzles) to create a