This crumbling little townhouse in Paris’ 19th arrondissement needed a complete makeover. When the owner moved in, they had no idea what was awaiting them. After five years of perseverance, marked with several moments of despair but with a lot of love, the result is incredible.
There’s nowhere else in Paris quite like Montmartre with its bohemian atmosphere and superlative views. But Montmartre also retains a great deal of charm, a friendly small-town vibe.
A multicultural melting pot with a huge array of food choices for eating out or cooking at home, Faubourg St. Denis is one of Paris's liveliest areas. The Faubourg St. Denis exerts an enormous fascination on its residents.
Its upscale designer boutiques, vintage clothes stores, chic hotels, gourmet food shops, and some of the city’s best restaurants and hippest bars. Its lovely public gardens and polished architecture.
The fitness craze may have been slow to catch on in Paris, but the city now has some of the best workout facilities in the world. High end or budget, Paris's many gyms mean that getting fit has never been easier.
What could be more Parisian than having your morning coffee on the street-side terrace of a traditional café? Parisians love being outside, especially when the sun shines, and there are almost numberless restaurants, cafés and bars with terraces to suit every taste.