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One sure sign that summer has arrived in Paris? The charming ice cream carts (chariots à glace) popping up in parks and on sidewalks. When the sun’s shining and the weather’s perfect, Parisians start...

This charming 2 bed, 72m2 apartment is located in the 6th arrondissement in St. Germain. It offers 3 rooms: 1 reception/dining room and 2 bedrooms, plus 2 bathrooms and a fitted kitchen. Located on the first floor...

Cara Black is the author of 17 books in a series of detective novels featuring Aimée Leduc, the fashionably attired, unfailingly intrepid Parisian private investigator. In the latest book in the series, Murder in Saint Germain, Aimée finds herself...

Situated in the elegant 6th arrondissement, between Saint-Germain-des-Prés and Montparnasse, Hotel Louison is a fantastic choice for those wanting to discover the historic Rive Gauche area of Paris. The hotel can be found on...

In Hemingway’s A Moveable Feast, where many of his erstwhile Parisian compatriots were subjected to often exorable criticisms, Sylvia Beach remained unscathed. Hemingway wrote, "No-one that I ever knew was nicer to me." George Whitman, a...

With spring in the air, now is the perfect time to take a walk around Paris and take in all the city has to offer. And so when Bonjour Paris booked a Paris tour...

The end of World War One, the devalued franc, and the ever enduring beauty of Paris, along with the lure of a bohemian lifestyle in a city known for its tolerant attitudes, led not...

The Bonjour Paris editorial team recently 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.) Here,...

Happy New Year. You made it through a Parisian Christmas, even if your waistband didn't. You're not quite yet on speaking terms with your liver, but that's OK because it's time to give your...

The architects who built Paris from the Gallo Roman through the Art Deco/modernist periods were, admittedly, largely men, but the city's defining elegance, its subtlety and cache have been the gift of women. In naming streets, pavilions, parks and odalisques,...

BP take: This bistrot was a lovely recent discovery, when meeting an old childhood friend who now works near Le Bon Marché. Anicia is located less than a 10-minute walk from the Sèvres-Babylone metro...

Calling all pastry fiends. Christophe Michalak, the rock star pâtissier and TV personality, has opened a new boutique just steps from Saint Sulpice Church. (Note: It’s just around the corner from Pierre Hermé’s popular...