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This sublime architect's apartment of 180 m² is situated at the foot of the Eiffel Tower. Exceptional location: a gem! On the 4th floor of a beautiful Haussmannian building with gorgeous common areas with...

This summer, after years of eager anticipation, the world's first ever floating urban art museum has finally opened its doors on the river Seine. A campaign had urged Paris locals to submit their proposals...

Giddy up, my fellow shopping show ponies. Paris history bugs, too. That’s right. This week nobody gets left behind in the City of Light. Not when the “Soldes d’été” (the big summer sales) are...

Paris. Sunday March 31, 1889 at 1:30pm, Engineer Gustave Eiffel climbed the tower and raised a French tricolor on the occasion of the World's Fair. A 1,063-feet tall architectural masterpiece was born. It was...

Another French Revolution has taken Paris by storm in, of all places, the elegant Musée d’Orsay, a tourists’ favorite because of its enormous collection of great 19th-century masterpieces, from academic to avant-garde, from Thomas...

In another bold step towards the pedestrianization of central Paris, Mayor Anne Hidalgo announced plans last week to transform the Trocadéro area into a “green corridor” linked to the Eiffel Tower. Slated to be...

Soon Parisians might be dining in an abandoned underground metro station, or exercising on a climbing wall under the elevated line 6 metro in the 13th arrondissement. A recent CityLab article by Feargus O'Sullivan looks...

Paris has two remarkable and unusual pagodas. Curiously, neither was built as a sanctuary or shrine. On the outside, one is bold and conspicuous while the other is discreet and hidden in a thick...

A trip to the Rodin Museum in the 7th arrondissement is always a good idea, no matter the season. Housed in the Hotel Biron (1730), a mansion which once served as Auguste Rodin's workshop...

Tucked away on the one-block long Rue du Général Camou in the seventh arrondissement of Paris, just steps from the Eiffel Tower, Champ de Mars or the Place de l’Alma, stands a gem of...

There is a print that has followed me around for more than 30 years, from house to house, country to country and that is the much loved, hauntingly sad, L’Absinthe by Edgar Degas. To...

"The banquet’s in the first bite. That's a Chinese rule”. --Michael Pollan Piero TT by Pierre Gagnaire At his third Paris address, rue du Bac (formerly Gaya, which is now located at 6, rue Saint Simon),...