Fontainebleau and its surroundings deserve a day trip!
Contributor: Veronica Ayala From the long list of beautiful castles and gardens on your Paris vacation, you must include the Chateau de Fontainebleau. As if the Palais de Versailles and the Mussée du Louvre aren’t already breathtaking, this castle is another site that will leave you speechless. It is located in Fontainebleau, a commune which […]
Who’s going for a swim?
All Parisians adore the swimming pool “des Amiraux” in the 18th district. It was closed since 2015, now it’s about to reopen. Quick we need it!! It became famous especially after a scene was shot in the oscar winning “Amelie Poulain” film. Swimmers also appreciate it for its architectural Art Déco style. Listed as a […]
Carreau du Temple
LE CARREAU DU TEMPLE is a landmark of the upper Marais district, in the 3rd arrondissement. It is opening its doors tomorrow on the 25th April so welcome!! Initially a wooden structure built in 1811 (serving as a clothes covered market) and later replaced in 1863 by a cast iron, brick and glass covered market […]
The second half of October is going to be very ART DECO! – As in the roaring 20’s, the saga continues with Paris being at the forefront of ART DECO with an exhibition held at La Cité de l’Architecture. It is starting today Wednesday 16th October 2013 until Monday 17th February 2014. Again, Paris […]