Eiffel Tower detail
(photo by Debbie Alvarez)
First we'll ask you to identify your interests.
You can choose a narrow focus, or see the city through a wide angle lens.
Here are some ideas to get you started:
Paris for Art Lovers.
Trace the development of your favorite artist, explore sublime architecture, or immerse yourself in a period of French history. Private mansions, museums, monuments, galleries, cafés, green spaces, and hidden courtyards all hold the secrets to Paris culture.
Paris for Families.
Nothing is more memorable than a great family vacation. But planning something for everyone is a full time job. From in-line skating to Impressionism, hamburgers to haut cuisine, we can help you discover what best suits your family.
Love is in the details: street lamps cast pink shadows on the Seine, the sounds of jazz and aromas of café noir waft through the late-night air, past and present mingle as you wander fabled, medieval boulevards. Savor the best of Paris with someone you love.
Paris for Shoppers.
Paris shopping is undeniably chic and endlessly varied. Choose from hand crafted textiles, designer boutiques, food markets, flea markets, book stores, art galleries, and more. Relax and revitalize with spa and beauty treatments.
A Taste of Paris.
To eat is a necessity; to eat well is an art. So wrote Antheleme Brillat-Savarin in 1825, and the same is true today. Neighborhood bakeries, wine bars, fresh food markets, bistros, brasseries and cafés, fine cooking schools and elegant restaurants all provide authentic insights into the wonders of epicurean Paris.
Paris gardens inspire with their delicious palettes, and evoke bygone eras with their classical compositions and settings. Visit both grand and intimate Paris gardens.