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In the vicinity of rue Mouffetard, hungry for something savoury and a treat but don't want to spend a lot of time or money on a sit-down meal ? ...
Still some seats available at the Paris National Opera for the Rudolf Nureyev ballet on 12th and 13th April
As usual for the weeks of The French Open tennis at Roland Garros, Paris will be very busy and hotel accommodation scarce and expensive. Stay in an apartment for convenience, better value and enjoy both the tennis and The City of Lights!
Hit the streets of Paris with Marion Flipo as she takes you on a day trip of Paris, starting with a coffee and finishing with a cocktail. Learn to eat and dronk like a Parisian with her latest picks of the best restaurants and bars in the city.
Three months after the November terror attacks and the French capital’s bars, apartments, hotels and restaurants are beginning to see an upturn. While convincing visitors to return hasn’t been easy says The Guardian, sport is playing its part!
No less than: 173 museums, 37 bridges, 31 monuments, 3 opera houses, 171 churches and temples, 208 theatres and cabarets, 20 covered passageways, 84 cinemas, 14 cemeteries, 108 Wallace fountains, 463 parks and gardens.
Book your own apartment in Paris now for the Euro 2016 Finals this summer.
My Paris - his Samuel Beckett photos from the 1980s are prized by photographer John Minihan who was in Paris to revisit Becketts favourite cafes and haunts. John stayed in our apartment, Rue Daguerre and kindly wrote a piece for our My Paris series about his return to the City of Light.