Paris Books

Sad news for lovers of Old Paris: the rectangular cardboard tickets that have been used on the Métro since it opened in 1900 are set to go the way of the city’s travelling knife grinders, into the history books. If you’ve visited Paris numerous times in your life, chances are you’ve come across tickets fluttering […]

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Sure, you’d prefer to go Christmas shopping in Paris … … but failing a festive trip to the City of Light, it’s easier than ever to shop online for perfectly Parisian gifts. There’s something for all your favourite Francophiles, from a young nephew to great-aunt, and everyone in between (including, of course, yourself!). A Miniature […]

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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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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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