Today we mourn the loss of pre-2020 shopping that Paris is so famous for, but you can still take a virtual walk in a famous street, dominated by the Chanel boutique.
If you are looking for wonderful classic Fifties films – free from MGM – this Elizabeth Taylor classic set in Paris is hard to go past.
Why are all the straw-woven chairs outside Paris cafes turned outwards, like theatre seats? Because
The Hotel La Louisiane was also the Parisian home of Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Chet Baker, Ernest Hemingway, Henry Miller and Louis Malle. Beatnik, Bohemian paradise.
Paris is overpriced. That’s a shame because getting there from London is affordable and easy. The hotels above three-star are expensive, which means a shorter stay, and less money for those amazing restaurants. Shame!
We have five good secrets that you’ll want to know about before visiting Galeries Lafayette, including $10 take-home cult Parisian presents.
Has Holiday Goddess reader Katherine Roy found the best falafel in Europe?