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Every metropolis has its range of bookstores catering to all manner of literary fare. While many shops around Paris appropriately focus on French tombs, Shakespeare and Company is a renowned English bookstore located in the heart of Paris along the Seine. The current store was opened by George Whitman in…
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But the palace was far beyond anything I’d dared to dream. Grand entrance after gilded hall opened up a world of majesty I never knew existed. I became lost in a fantasy world that placed me somewhere between extravagant, larger-than-life proportions and the attention artisans paid to the minutest detail.
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As a student, you are eligible for various student discount cards. ISIC card (International Student Identity Card) is especially popular among the students. At present, over 5 million students around the globe enjoy its benefits. ISIC card is valid in more than 130 countries, offering a wide range of benefits
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The rue Crémieux is a street located in the 12th arrondissement, still in the Bastille area. It was opened in 1865 by the promoter Millaud, on the former location of the National Arenas. Its name refers to the lawyer and politician Adolphe Crémieux, that was the author of a very famous decree in 1870, granting the French nationality to Algerian Jews
The Château de Malmaison is one of the less touristy castles of the Parisian region. It is located in the small town of Rueil-Malmaison, on the western side of Paris, in the Hauts de Seine.
Every great historic city has its share of museums both large and small. Paris in particular is known for housing some of the most important artistic works of all time: Leonardo Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa, Pierre-Auguste Renoir’s Bal du Moulin de la Galette, Jackson Pollock’s […]
For the intrepid traveler looking to wind their way through the lesser known tales of Parisian past, there are abundant tours and routes to follow. Imagine yourself lingering with ghostly remnants of antiquity or dancing around the stories of gallic champions.
But there is also another list miles long of secret spots and hidden opportunities just waiting to be explored: labyrinthine layers under the Parisian terrain, mysterious dwellings of ancient alchemists, and old railway tracks hidden in plain view.
Formerly restricted to commercial freight and water supply of the French capital, the Canal Saint-Martin (Saint-Martin channel) provides a unique landscape to all lovers of the capital, and the ideal setting for Parisian walks and wanderings.