Paris: the City of Light, love and indulgently long lunches. From its Haussmann architecture and elegant boulevards to its cobblestone side streets, it is a city that reignites passions, style and a thirst for culture.
You may have visited the Champs-Élysées and completed a loop of the Louvre, but there’s plenty more to explore in Paris like a local.
29 of the city’s coolest restaurants, according to Parlour X’s Eva Galambos.
Here’s a primer to some of the best shopping in the world's fashion capital.
Paris has long pushed the envelope when it comes to exhibitions
To make yourself over à la française, add these 10 addresses to your itinerary.
The event, which changes cities each year, is famed for transforming its base into a thriving hotbed of culture.
The spectacular public garden between the Louvre Museum and the Place de la Concorde.
Polish off your bargaining skills and join the crowd amid the curios and collectables.
It’s hard to imagine a better Parisian address than that of Le Meurice.
Where to eat in one of the world's great food cities.
Another new treasure to add to Paris’ modern architectural landscape.
The banks of Paris’ majestic river artery transform into a Seine-side beach holiday.
For everything from designer fashion to costume jewellery, lingerie and cosmetics.
Attracting a new wave of diners since word got out that it is one of Karl Lagerfeld’s favourite eating spots.
Window shopping is one thing but don’t be shy, step inside.
Insider tips to beat the crowds to see Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa.
Twenty-four years after leaving Melbourne, the designer tells us what holds him in France and what lures him back to the country he left.
Even Oprah is a fan of this brunch spot.
If you are into details – from an artisan butter to the new way to serve tea – it’s a must-eat.
It’s hard to imagine a more romantic weekend than one spent in France’s Champagne region.
A labyrinth of dark tunnels composed of the remains of the city’s former cemeteries.
A place where Parisians of all ages go to rebalance their body, mind and soul.
Established in 1854, Mariage Frères is Paris’ premier teahouse.
If you only have time to visit one store in Paris, Colette is all you need for a quick shot of what is going to be the next big thing.
One of those institutions that Parisians and tourists frequent alike.
Those who like the high life would do well to check into Le Royal Monceau.
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