The Parisian Charm and Pleasures

Eiffel Tower at Dusk

Paris - The city of lights, love, and fashion. There are many reasons to love Paris: the architecture, the history, the museums, the food, and the romance.

Our interpretation, a city that invites you to slow down and savour its pleasures at a leisurely pace, which is a rarity in a world that prioritises speed and productivity. Whether it's strolling along a tranquil cobblestone lane in the Marais, enjoying a café au lait at a charming sidewalk café, or gazing at the Seine from a bridge, Paris invites you to slow down, savor the moment, and appreciate its beauty.

Whether you're a longtime fan or a first-time visitor, we hope that Paris will capture your heart as it has ours.

Paris City Building
Parisian Brunch: Croissants, Hot Chocolate
Acorn in the Streets of Paris
City Lights in Paris at Night
Eiffel Tower at Dusk in Paris




Picnic along the Seine River

One of the most romantic and picturesque spots in Paris, the Seine River offers a lovely setting for a leisurely picnic. You can grab some hot chocolate (We got ours from Angelina), cheese and fruits from a local market, and spread out a blanket on the grassy banks of the river. From here, you can watch the boats go by, admire the architecture of the city, and soak up the sunshine.


Ascending the Summit of Eiffel Tower

Ascending the Eiffel Tower
While the Eiffel Tower is a stunning sight to behold from any angle, the view from its summit is truly unparalleled, particularly when the sun sets and the sparkling lights of Paris illuminate the skyline. The panoramic view of the city from the summit stretches for miles in every direction.


Taking photos at a Vintage Photo Booth
Immortalise a moment of your Parisian sojourn with one of the original analog photobooths from the '60s which have been meticulously preserved, restored and maintained throughout the years.
Fotoautomat at Rue des Trois Frères




Le Crépuscule
A cozy local eatery with the best galettes and crepes.
18 Rue Amélie, 75007 Paris
Phone : +33 (0) 1 80 06 14 32

Le Train Bleu
Classic French cuisine with phenomenal interiors.
Gare de Lyon, 75012 Paris
Phone : +33 (0) 1 43 43 09 06

Mariage Frères
Indulge in the best of French tea culture.
35 rue du Bourg-Tibourg, Paris 4e
Phone : +33 (0) 1 44 54 18 54

The oldest patisserie in Paris founded in the early 1730s with an amazing assortment of French pastries and delectable sweets.
51 Rue Montorgueil, 75002 Paris
Phone : +33 (0) 1 42 33 38 20

Pierre Herme
Macarons and pastries with delicate textures and the perfect flavour.
53 Rue de Grenelle, 75007 Paris
Phone : +33 (0) 1 82 73 27 21


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