So, you’re learning French… If you’re like many students, part of your motivation while you climb over its grammatical hurtles may be a desire to visit France–to stroll picturesque Parisian boulevards, meander through the lavender fields of Provence, or take a dip in crystalline waters of the French Riviera.… Read More
If you have studied the story of the city of Paris and its architecture, you must have heard about the Haussmannian Style. Many buildings and hotels in Paris were built during the 19th Century by the Baron Haussmann, Governor of the Seine area and then Senator of the Second Empire.… Read More
If you ask a tour of Paris with a guide, he will likely suggest to visit le Louvre, l’Arc de Triomphe, la Tour Eiffel and le Jardin des plantes. This is an awesome tour but also so classic ! Paris has many other facets to show you. This article is for people who are pretty curious, who love stories and gossip, and who are ready to discover the “unusual Paris”.… Read More
Following his last concert at La Cigale in Paris on April 12th, we proudly introduce you to Michel Sardou. Michel is one of the most iconic French singers, whose career spanned more than fifty years.
In France, everybody knows at least one of his songs.… Read More
We come back to you with the time-lapse by Dave Nizet which we introduced a few weeks ago on our blog.
For 2 years, Dave lived in Paris and observed the city, its people and its monuments. Through the night life, its glowing lights and its effervescence, he shows a wonderful open-air theater.… Read More