Natasha Lester is the author of numerous books, including the internationally best-selling historical novels The Paris Seamstress, and The French Photographer, which has just been released in America as The Paris Orphan. As the titles suggest, Natasha loves to set a story in France, particularly Paris, and such is her love for the City of Light, […]

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If you happen to be in Paris this coming weekend — the 21st & 22nd September — you’re in for a treat, because you’ll have the chance to explore a Paris that is usually tucked away behind closed carriage doors. The European Heritage Days see a variety of monuments and government buildings open their doors […]

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The Jardin du Luxembourg is such a lovely world unto itself, no matter the season, that it well deserves its own day on a Parisian itinerary — especially if you’ve been to Paris several times before, and are looking for a slower kind of holiday this time, one of little moments rather than big monuments. […]

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Arguably the most famous of all operas, La Traviata, which is currently playing at the Palais Garnier, has been one of the most enduringly popular pieces performed by the Opéra de Paris since the 1850s. Which is not surprising when you learn that, despite its Italian name, La Traviata is at heart a very Parisian […]

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