Augustin Marchand d’vins

    The 6th is famed for its cultural cafés, but sometimes we just want to sit back in the comfort of our own homes with a pre-purchased bottle of wine. If you’re on the… Read more

Hotel La Louisiane

    Searching for a place to stay in the 6th? With the arrondissement’s history in mind, we suggest booking a room at Hotel La Louisiane. Much like a lot of spots on the Left… Read more

Café de Flore

    Someone says the Left Bank, it’s likely that Café de Flore springs to mind. Sure, this place is a hotspot for tourists today, but that’s not to rule it out as an ongoing… Read more

Les Deux Magots

    Café de Flore is Saint Germain’s most famed social hub, but its neighbouring spot – Les Deux Magots – carries just as much history (and charm, for that matter). Sat on the corner… Read more

Musée Picasso

    Craving some serious culture from the 3rd? Musée Picasso is the answer. As you can probably guess from the name, this gallery is dedicated to the life and work of Spanish artist Pablo… Read more

20 Questions with CEO of VINGT Paris, Susie Hollands

The founder and CEO of VINGT Paris, Susie Hollands, has lived in Paris since 2003 – during which time she has advised countless clients not only on the best neighbourhoods but also where to enjoy… Read more

20 Questions with war correspondent Janine di Giovanni

An award-winning war reporter, author and international speaker on foreign policy, Janine di Giovanni has lived in Paris for many years. The author of nine books, her last, The Morning They Came For us: Dispatches… Read more

20 Questions with Paris blogger Yanique Francis

Best-known for her popular blog, My Parisian Life, providing an insider’s guide to the city, Yanique Francis is also an event and wedding planner and a budding wellness practitioner. Here the former New-Yorker reveals a… Read more