Where does the food Parisians eat come from? And will it keep coming during the lockdown imposed during the coronavirus crisis? Most of it comes from “the belly of Paris,” the gigantic Rungis wholesale market, the largest in the world. … Read More
December is upon us and the yearly holiday-shopping marathon has begun. If you’re searching for gifts that are classically Parisian without being kitschy, check out our list of products in all price ranges made in the Paris region to put … Read More
One of Paris’s greatest attractions is its vibrant international community. Touched by cultures, languages and cuisines from across the globe, the city is home to 55 foreign cultural institutes, more than any capital city in the world. These centers are … Read More
“What is a bookshop? A bookshop is a community,” says Penelope Fletcher, the Canadian founder and co-owner of the recently reopened Red Wheelbarrow Bookstore in Paris. When the Red Wheelbarrow, a popular English-language bookstore in Paris’s Marais from 2001 to … Read More
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