Our tailor made itineraries will take you to a majestic, authentic or off-the-beaten-tracks Paris.
The D'Days are taking place in Paris from May 30th to June 5th to celebrate design under the theme of R/Evolution.
Paris is a spectacular city, romantic, full of culture and history…but it is also a city of sport.
This old Royal Residence imposed itself through the ages as a symbol of the French refinement in the world.
Paris is like Milan, London and New York, part of the « Big 4 », one of the most influent cities in the world of fashion, and the Galliera museum gives a good overview of it.
Auguste Rodin (1840-1917), French artist, is considered a father of the modern sculpture. The Hotel de Biron that became the Rodin Museum in 1919, is in charge of the conservation of the collection of his art works.
Paris can sometimes seem too crowded and make its visitors feel overwhelmed. Its districts can however offer hidden gems...
The antiques market of St. Ouen is the largest antiques market in the world: Marché Paul Bert Serpette, Dauphine and Vernaison…
A fascinating and poetic visit in the lively and fashion district of La Madeleine to the workshop of Tania Petit, the NOOt Jewelry designer.
Paris is certainly the capital of Gastronomy with its traditionnal markets, bakeries, creative chocolate and pastry makers...
After six years of renovation, the Musée de l'Homme reopens in October 2015 and shows interesting collections redrawing the humanity’s evolution.
Paris forever… Ambling through the city, we never tire of the thrill of its riverside panoramas, the quaint village-like alleyways, the majestic monuments
"If you are lucky enough to have lived in Paris as a young man, then wherever you go for the rest of your life, it stays with you, for Paris is a moveable feast.", said Ernest Hemingway.
Finished in 1772, this royal square first called Place Louis XV was built to join the Tuileries and the Champs Elysées.
Paris is the most filmed city in the world. Everyday, around ten film shootings occur simultaneously in Paris.
A small coblestone street hidden in the 14th arrondissement with lovely houses Art Nouveau and Art Déco style
When Charles Garnier, young architect of 35 years old shows the plans of the Opera to the Empress Eugenia, she yelled:"What an ugly duckling...
"There are only two,possible subjets for a song: Love and Paris" once said George Gershwin.
"Of all the passions, being fond of good food seems to be the only honorable one", once said Guy de Maupassant, famous french writer of the 19th century.
Paris is a rich city, its monuments, its out-of the ordinary districts, its cut stone buildings...we would almost forget that the city is plentiful of private mansions.
The « Grand Palais » is located in the 8th arrondissement of Paris at the edge of the Champs-Elysées and is the witness of the style of the “Belle Epoque”.
Indeed, the City of Lights as we name it, was not built in one day.
“One day, one of us was missing black painting, he used blue instead: Impressionism was born“, once said Auguste Renoir (1841-1919).
Located rue Chaptal in the 9th arrondissment also called the New Athens, this hotel particulier is a very romantic place.
Paris is known as the city of luxury and refinement but holds also many secrets. Enjoy the magical atmosphere of the City of Lights to celebrate your special mother-daughter bond and enter the universe of Parisian fashion.
Send to your friends or family a Paris-Toujours gift card and treat your loved ones with a very Parisian tailor made experience.
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