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VP MAGAZINE

THE LOCAL’S GUIDE TO LIVING THE LIFE IN PARIS

This month:

KNOW YOUR NEIGHBOURHOOD, MARKETS, SHOPS, BARS, RESTAURANTS AND MORE!

Jardin du Ruisseau

Text: Rooksana Hossenally. The Jardin de Ruisseau, a well-kept secret, is a little haven of peace and quiet blossoms quietly under a bridge by a disused railway in the Porte de Clignancourt area. Far from the madding crowds, gardenless… Read more

Marché Bastille

Text: Jill Pope Image: Alain Bachellier There’s nothing quite like waking up at a civilised hour on a Sunday morning and heading to the market to get inspired for something to put on the stove for dinner that night.… Read more

A Bordeaux bucket list

A decade on from its UNESCO World Heritage listing, Bordeaux keeps on pulling in the plaudits, with Lonely Planet naming it the No.1 place to visit in 2017. What’s more, it will soon be possible to get there on… Read more

Japanese Gardens: Escape The City

Text: Anna Bromwich Image: Christine and Hagen Graf These last few weeks, fed up and exasperated, I’ve been dreaming exploring a number of Japanese gardens I’ve come across, hidden around the city. Many of these gardens I have stumbled… Read more

Sainte Chapelle

Text: Emily Ruck Keene Image: Luciano Guelfi I’d been past this place so many times on my bike and wondered at the long lines of predominantly Asian and American tourists standing outside, but never once had I dismounted to… Read more

Le Musée d’Edith Piaf: a little-known Paris museum

Text: Sara Waldron Tucked away in northeastern Paris’ Ménilmontant neighbourhood is the Musée d’Edith Piaf, a small, unassuming collection of mementos of the singer’s life and work.  Truly one of the city’s musées insolites,the only thing that hints at… Read more

Unspoken Rules Of Paris: Boulangerie Basics

Text: Guillermo Martínez de Velasco Who doesn’t like bread? It’s probably humanity’s oldest baked good, and when it comes to breadlove, Parisians take it to the next level. The Boulangerie is not just a place to get bread, it… Read more

English Language Bookstores in Paris

Text: Caroline Harrap Image: Alexandre Duret-Lutz There’s a surprising number of English-language bookshops to be found around Paris that are just as enchanting as their French counterparts – and perfect for when you’re sick of struggling through the passé… Read more

Musée des Arts Décoratifs

Text: Tiffany Tang Image: Jean-Pierre Dalbéra Situated in the Louvre’s 19th-century Rohan and Marsan wings is the Musée des Arts Décoratifs, a museum of decorative art and design that houses over 150,000 objects, showcasing collections of antiquities and modern… Read more