We have many good reasons to want to buy shoes. There is the sudden urge that falls on us without warning (often after a small or big annoyance, we will not do the psychology of the shoe but you know very well what I want to talk about). There is also the search for the perfect pair of shoes that will go with the dress that we have already.Continue reading
In Paris, women have a lot to do when it comes to filling their wardrobes. However, it’s a true euphemism, an eternal dissatisfaction reigns every morning when making one’s choice before finally slipping into a metro train. With this long list of clothes shops, we bet that we will not hear you say that you have nothing to wear. Especially since the addresses that are proposed are addressed to all styles and all budgets: So many (good) reasons to have fun. Then, as Anne Klein says so beautifully: “Clothes are not going to change the world, women who wear them, yes.”Continue reading
Beyond the major tourist attractions for a romantic visit, a stroll through the Parisian districts allows you to discover the capital behind the scenes and to enter the intimacy of the city. From Montmartre to Saint-Germain-des-Prés or the Marais through more secret places, walk hand in hand the most romantic neighborhoods of Paris.Continue reading
In February, Paris offers a wide choice of outings for lovers: exhibitions, shows, shows…
While winter is in full swing and temperatures are low in the capital, lovers’ hearts burn for Valentine’s Day on February 14th.
Throughout the month of February, Paris offers a wide choice of outings to do as a couple: exhibitions, concerts, shows… It’s up to you to choose what makes you happy!Continue reading
Good deals for Valentine’s Day in Paris:Hotels, tours, shows, shopping … special offers all dedicated to lovers
In February more than ever, Paris offers lovers a romantic stay. On the occasion of Valentine’s Day in particular, the capital redoubles attention for couples who come to celebrate their love.
Pyramid of the Louvre – 75001 Paris
Each visit to the capital is worth a visit to the Louvre, as the largest museum in Paris is full of treasures. It brings together works of western art from the middle Ages to 1848, ancient Eastern, Egyptian, Greek, Etruscan, Roman, graphic arts and Islamic arts civilizations. From room to room, the former royal palace reveals its masterpieces: the Mona Lisa, The Raft of the Medusa, the Venus of Milo, The Victory of Samothrace … In total, some 35,000 works! In eight centuries of existence, the Louvre has been marked by many architectural trends, from the medieval fortress of the twelfth century to the glass pyramid of Pei (1989). Last addition: the architects Mario Bellini and Rudy Ricciotti have signed the new showcase welcoming the Arts of Islam, an undulating glass roof covering the courtyard Visconti and flooding with light the 2,800 m² of the new department.
Under their magical Art Nouveau canopies, department stores have become essential monuments as the Eiffel Tower or Notre Dame.
Considered as the leading shopping center in Europe with 120 million visitors a year, Boulevard Haussmann is in itself a real city in the city. That is without counting the department stores of the Rue de Rivoli or the Left Bank. The department stores in Paris are a melting pot of the city where all your shopping wishes can be answered. Fashion, beauty, decoration, hobbies or pleasures of the table are just a glimpse of all the creations that await you there. Enter the temples of shopping.
A view of 8TH Arrondissement of Paris
The 8th arrondissement of Paris is one of the 20 districts of Paris. Located on the right bank of the Seine, it is bordered on the west by the 16th arrondissement, on the north by the 17th arrondissement, on the east by the 9th and 1st arrondissements, and on the south by the Seine and the 7th arrondissement.