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I have a love-hate relationship with French doors. Before the terrifying incident which I’m about to relate—an incident that has left me, I’m ashamed to say, “door-phobic,” I loved French doors. Paris doors to...

Head’s up yoga addicts! Parisians used to be famous for their dislike of exercise but that was... a long time ago. Yoga-- all across the world-- is more en vogue than ever and Paris has...

Legend says that Easter eggs began with the Chinese, who gave them as gifts to celebrate spring. Here’s our baker’s dozen. Bravo to the chefs, salut les artistes! The Ritz Hôtel Paris François Perret’s L’œuf Five...

"There are no ugly women, just lazy ones." --Helena Rubinstein For the first time in France, the Musée d’Art et d’histoire du Judaïsme (MAHJ) curates an intriguing exhibition in homage to Helena Rubinstein (1872-1965.) Chaya Rubinstein,...

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's a reason so many songs and poems have been dedicated to Paris in the springtime. The trees are in blossom, the daylight lingers longer, the café terraces fill up with Parisians heading out of...

  View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Choupette Lagerfeld (@choupettesdiary) on Feb 20, 2019 at 3:28pm PST In the wake of iconic fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld's death, there is a glamorously dressed heiress poised...

Paris is one of the most visited cities in the world. It is also one of the most diverse. When you discover its multicultural heartbeat, the world expands. One path to exploration is Jacqueline NGO...

Paris works her magic through many mechanisms – beauty, sustainability, constant evolution, the message that pleasure is important. One more way in which the city welcomes visitors and residents alike is through attention to...

In the middle ages, walking the Latin Quarter would not have expended many calories. The Latin Quarter consisted of the area immediately surrounding the Sorbonne. La Sorbonne was a theology college created by Robert...

Last year 40 million tourists visited Paris. How can anyone hope to experience the real Paris hidden behind so many eager visitors? Of course, all of it is real, the history, the culture, the...

Editor's Note: We are pleased as punch to announce that Janet Hulstrand-- writer, editor, writing coach, teacher, and Bonjour Paris contributor-- has just published a new book called Demystifying the French: How to Love Them, and...