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Bright and charming, this fully-renovated penthouse apartment in the historic neighborhood of Montmartre boasts a spectacular view of the Sacré-Coeur church. Located in a turn-of-the-century Art Deco building, on the seventh floor with an...

When you think of France's wine-growing regions, Paris doesn't immediately spring to mind. How delightful to discover the pretty working vineyard, on top of Montmartre hill, in the shadow of Sacré-Cœur. In October there's...

Open the door of the most famous cabaret in the world, the iconic symbol of Parisian nights since 1889! Established in 1889, the Moulin Rouge opens its doors with an audacious bid to become "The...

Père-Lachaise may be the super star cemetery of Paris in terms of notoriety and also as one of the most visited tourist attractions, but other cemeteries in Paris hold their own. Montmartre Cemetery has...

The last substantial snow I can remember was over four years ago, so when snow finally comes to Paris, it’s big deal. People ask me what I miss about New York City and I...

One is spoiled for choice for hotels in Paris. I am always hesitant at the lower end of the budget as I have had some horrors and my coffers don’t permit much choice. So...

Corey Frye, also known as “A French Frye in Paris,” spends much of his days pounding the cobblestones in Paris as he leads tours around the city. Along the way, he spots wonderful details,...

This lovely apartment is located in the trendy 18th arrondissement, close to Montmartre and the Mairie du XVIII. Housed on the 3th floor of a beautiful 1870s building, this one-bedroom apartment offers a living...

The Bonjour Paris editorial team requested reader submissions with memories from first trips to Paris. We were overwhelmed with wonderful responses, which we are publishing in a special series. (Read other installments here.) Below, Ron...

One recent rainy day, I not only got to stand centre stage at the Moulin Rouge, but I also got to study one of the towering but yet incredibly lightweight feathered headpieces in the...

Gertrude Gertrude Stein walked up my street! Okay, not recently, not any time this century, but she did indeed stroll or stride (but not wander, Gertrude would not wander) up the hill. I know she...
Profil du Temps, Salvador Dali,

A bizarre and exciting temporary exhibit was installed a few weeks ago within the existing permanent exhibit of Salvador Dalí’s works at the Espace Dalí in Montmartre. It is an entrancing and complex exhibit. I...