The Delicate Art of Japanese Textiles Arrives in Paris
The Musée Guimet is a museum in Paris dedicated entirely to the Asian arts. With collections hailing from various Asian countries and conceived using a multitude of mediums and techniques, the Musée G...
A Food Truck Brings Frozen Yogurt to the Champs-Elysées
The food truck craze has been growing all across Paris, and now the first food truck dedicated to frozen yogurt will be making an appearance in the streets of the City of Light. However, this truck do...
Tico Reinvents Classic French Food in a Stylish Setting
Located in the converted locale of former music publisher Choudens, the Tico restaurant is serving up classic French food in an ultra-sophisticated setting. Architect Luis Alelulia was responsible for...
Shop for Clo & Lou Jewelry at Tilsitt Etoile and Tivoli Hotels!
For nearly four years, jewelry artist Bénédicte Cospain has been creating beautiful pieces with one goal in mind: to create fashion jewelry with style and conviction. To achieve this goal, Cospain sou...
Paris Hits the Bullseye with the Archery World Cup
The Archery World Cup is taking place in September, and visitors coming to Paris may be pleased to find out that the City of Light is hosting this year's championship. Guests staying at one of the Sis.........
The Festival Days Off Brings Rock Music to the Salle Pleyel
In July 2013, from the 1st to the 9th of the month, a musical festival will be coming to the Cité de la Musique and the Salle Pleyel, two major performance centers in the City of Light. This means tha...
Flamenco Rhythms Dazzle the Théâtre National de Chaillot
In late June the Théâtre National de Chaillot will be taken over by the rhythm of flamenco. Originally from Andalusia, Spain, flamenco has risen in popularity across the world. In fact, the Spanish da...