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...
Art Curators Step into the Spotlight at the Palais de Tokyo
From June 21 until September 9, 2013, the Palais de Tokyo will be presenting some of the most talented art curators from across the globe, in an exhibition called 'Nouvelles Vagues' ('New Waves'). Thi...
Parisians Flock to the Movies During the Fête du Cinéma
Along with being known for its beauty and sophistication, the city of Paris also has a reputation for its film culture. The number of cinemas in Paris is impressive, and visitors may notice the abunda...
Mozza & Co Offers Gourmet Mozzarella at the Pont de l'Alma
Mozza & Co is an innovative new concept in dining, revolving around a gourmet food truck that brings authentic Italian food to hungry Parisians on the go. Usually when you want food fast, you are stuc...
The Workshop of a Master Sculptor at the Palais de Chaillot
Adolphe-Victor Geoffroy-Dechaume made a name for himself in the 19th century thanks to his sculpting and metalworking talents. As a youth, the gifted Geoffroy-Dechaume trained at the prestigious Ecole...
Luxury Handbag Designer Lancel Lights Up the Champs-Elysées
On the Champs-Elysées, a chic brand known for its luxurious handbags impresses with its massive flagship store lighting up the Parisian avenue. This brand is called Lancel, and it has been crafting it...
The City of Light Showcases Designers Who Look to the Future
The Designer's Days, also called D'Days, is an event in Paris that encourages design professionals from across the city to open their doors and invite visitors to witness their most interesting creati...
The Sculptor of 19th-Century France Honored at the Petit Palais
At the Petit Palais, the so-called ‘sculptor of the Republic’ will have an exhibition organized in his honor from April 18 until July 13, 2013. This sculptor is named Jules Dalou, and he made a name f...