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14th of July, experience a historical day in Paris

14th of July, experience a historical day in Paris

Every July 14th, Paris dresses up in all its finery to celebrate the French National Holiday. It comprises a day with a jam-packed programme of activities to commemorate the Storming of the Bastille which, in 1789, following a bloody shoot-out, was assaulted by the revolutionary Parisians, marking the beginning of the French Revolution. more ...

Museums in Paris: The quirky, sexy and smelly!

Museums in Paris: The quirky, sexy and smelly!

Paris is home to some of the world’s greatest museums, the Louvre, Musée d’Orsay and the Centre Pompidou. However Paris isn’t known as the Museum City for nothing and you’ll find lots of quirky, free and fantastic little museums hidden away in the Parisian back streets more ...

Top 3 Christmas Markets in Paris 2013

Top 3 Christmas Markets in Paris 2013

A little bit of magic, colour, and warmth is brought to Paris when the Christmas markets return for another festive season. Beginning in December, they sell everything Christmas related, especially artisanal and unusual handcrafted goods as well as original and creative gift ideas.Without further ado we would like to suggest our top three Christmas Markets in Paris. more ...

Discover the Latin Quarter in Paris

Discover the Latin Quarter in Paris

Winding streets, bohemian cafés, second hand bookstores, museums, historic buildings, restaurants, lively nightlife…Paris’ Latin Quarter is a simple yet monumental neighbourhood, one of those places which deserve to be discovered slowly. more ...

Paris with Kids

Paris with Kids

Ask any adult to describe Paris and they would probably give you a list like this: fashionable, elegant, sophisticated, cultural and romantic. Ask a child the same question and I think there would only be one answer, BORING. Of course they would find it boring, the poor kids are being dragged around to look at meaningless monuments, at least to them anyway, stare at innumerable paintings and sit silently whilst you sit in a fashionable Parisian café sipping coffee and watching the world go by. It doesn’t have to be like this though; there are heaps of kid friendly activities to make your holiday in Paris with kids a memorable one. Here is our guide to Paris with Children… more ...

Apartment of the Week in Paris, the Vegetal X

Apartment of the Week in Paris, the Vegetal X

So that you can also visit the splendour of the Palace of Versailles, celebrate the 20th anniversary of Disneyland, enjoy brunch on the banks of the Seine, wander the sinister catacombs of Paris, savour the best French cheeses and take a photograph in front of the Eiffel Tower, we recommend an apartment which is the perfect base from which to explore the historic centre, monuments and hidden corners of Paris. more ...

PSG v Barcelona: Champions League Quarter Final 2013

PSG v Barcelona: Champions League Quarter Final 2013

The UEFA quarter final draw has seen these two teams pitted against each other, the first leg between PSG and Barcelona will be played in Parque de los Principes the 2nd of April and the return leg will be played in the Nou Camp 10th of April 2013. more ...

48 Hours in Paris

48 Hours in Paris

Paris, the city of light and love. An overwhelming vibrant city full of history, tradition, museums, high fashion, monuments and so much more. If you were going to explore all Paris has to offer it would require a lifetime...But what to see if you only have Two Days in Paris? more ...

Where to have Brunch in Paris?

Where to have Brunch in Paris?

Obviously brunch is not a meal that is usually associated with Paris, but the British tradition of brunch is quickly catching on in the French capital with restaurants, bistros and boulangeries now offering this delicious mid morning alternative. So why not set aside a day of your holidays in Paris for brunch and forget about burning our tongues with hot coffee before heading out to explore the city? more ...

Paris St. Germain v Valencia: Last 16 of the Champions League 2013

Paris St. Germain v Valencia: Last 16 of the Champions League 2013

Valencia have it all to do if they want to book themselves a place in the quarter-finals of the Champions League after a disappointing loss to Paris St. Germain in the first match of the final 16 leg of the Champions League in Mestalla. The return leg will be played in PSG’s Parc des Princes on the 6th of March 2013. more ...