Art Walk in Paris
Paris, Île-de-France
experience
Musée Gustave Moreau
house museum resembles one of those flats of art collector's that paris knew in 189-20 centuries and today. countless masterpieces are filling the walls till the ceiling. Many people today are coming here to see the famous spiral black staircase, don’t miss it out.
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Paris, Île-de-France
outdoors
6 Passage Verdeau
Passage built in the fist half of 19th century, it is one of those pklaces where you really feel like Parisian. Located close to Musee Grevin, it is easily reachable.
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Paris, Île-de-France
experience
Galerie Vivienne
Gallerie Vivienne is one of the largest historical gallery-passages in the city. When visited during the christmas or a new year period, youll get even more beauty thanks to holiday decorations. Perfect winter escape.
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Paris, Île-de-France
lodging
Hôtel Ritz Paris
newly renovated legendary hotel on the place vendomme is the house of elegance. Walls that housed everyone from Gabrielle Chanel to german nazis during the 2nd world war. Living here would be another story, however, my advice would be to go there during a warm day to pass some time on thre terrace and enjoy a pot of classic hot chocolate.
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Paris, Île-de-France
other
Lavirotte Building
an art nouveau spectacular creation by the architect jules lavirotte is literally facing la tour neiffel. You wont be able to dfecide which way to look. The building looks unreal in the day as well as at night, with the iron lady shining its façade.
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Paris, Île-de-France
cafe
Shakespeare & Company
Most legendary bookstore in Paris (and maybe whole europe), ill just say that, you google the rest and see yourself. My favourite spot on to read, admire ile de la cite view and have an almond latte (that’s a huge secret that ill share, almond milk here is hommade! Vegan alert) in their new Shekespeare and co cafe.
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Paris, Île-de-France
other
On the Edge of Paris Old books
name translated as "On the Edge of Paris Old books" is a tore owned by a woman that collected prints, books, journals and historical postcards all her life.
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Paris, Île-de-France
outdoors
Le Village Saint-Paul
this place is a true gem. Located in the artistic historical district, this cortyard like square houses some rare asian and western antique finds and couple of authentic little restaurants.
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Paris, Île-de-France
other
Paroisse Saint Jean de Montmartre
located right in the montmartre, 18th arrondismant, this church was built in 1904. Its hard to not notice it when you are standing close, however, most tpourists are heading streight to the cable car that will bring them to the top of the city, to see Sacre Coeur.
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Paris, Île-de-France
other
Auberge Nicolas Flamel
not a typical building in the modern paris, the house of the worklds most reknoiwn alchemist, nicolas flamel is also the oldest stone building still present.
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