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Nestled in the quiet of a charming paved courtyard in the 5th arrondissement (rue Lacepède, near Place Monge), this loft-style duplex encompasses 108 m² (98 m² Carrez law). Renovated with quality materials, this apartment...

Hidden passageways and underground treasures… Bien sûr there are still secrets in Paris! Just recently, the spotlight has fallen on a forgotten crypt, hidden beneath a parking garage in the 5th arrondissement. Le Parisien...

A popular museum in the Latin Quarter is the Musée de Cluny. Devoted to the Middle Ages, the museum occupies the Hôtel de Cluny, a 15th century building (flamboyant gothic style) which also incorporates...

An interesting fact about Paris church organs: I read recently that out of the 150 churches and 50 convents in Paris in 1789, 130 of them vanished as a result of the “tsunami” that...

Since the Lumière brothers, Auguste and Louis, first entranced Parisians with their moving pictures in 1895, the cinema has been an important part of French life. More than 120 years later, in an era...
apartment for sale in Paris

With a view that takes in the iconic dome of the Pantheon, this beautiful two-bedroom apartment is found in an Art Nouveau building dating from 1933 in the highly sought-after fifth arrondissement - close...

With many Parisian hotels already celebrating France’s literary greats, it seems almost inevitable that Alexandre Dumas would one day have his turn. The second opening from independent group Les Hoteliers Impertinents, the Hotel Monte...
apartment for sale in Paris

With its exceptional view on the Place de la Sorbonne, this is a rare apartment consisting of 2 rooms with an area of ​​32 sqm Carrez law + 5 sqm mezzanine + 5 sqm...

Whether you are an expatriate or a visitor, whether your French is superb or still in its infancy, whether your budget stretches to new or used books, there is a time when you just...

Of the hundreds of museums in Paris, the Musée de Cluny is one of our favorites: a gem in the Latin Quarter devoted to the Middle Ages. The building itself is remarkable. Dating from...

There are so many reasons to love Paris – museums, monuments, boutiques, food and atmosphere. However, an often overlooked element that largely contributes to all these experiences are its gardens. After Paris’s urban foundations...

One of the requests we receive the most often at Bonjour Paris? Restaurant recommendations and great places to eat in the City of Light, particularly in sightseeing neighborhoods. If you’re planning a morning on...