October has arrived and we’re charging up our cameras and clearing the memory cards to prepare for the most picturesque month in Paris. To celebrate the beauty of autumn in Paris, this week’s blog post features our favourite photos of this magical time of year. Enjoy!
Ask anyone who has been to Paris, someone who came to visit, or someone who lived here for years and years, and we guarantee they’ll all say they wish they had done “x” or didn’t have the time to do “y.” Well, we’re going to give you our tourist bucket list, as well as an insider bucket list, of everything you should try to do before you leave Paris. How many can you cross off already?
Since 2010, Instagram has taken the world by storm. It has become the new, most relevant way to blog and share your thoughts and ideas. Some use the platform to promote their business, others to share their selfies, and others to garner attention for their photography. In any case, we’ve fallen in love with the platform and want to share some of our favorite accounts to follow. Enjoy!
A sort of jack of all trades, French girl Audrey works as a flat hunter in Paris, runs a website highlighting a few of her favorite things in Paris, and runs the popular Instagram Paris Promenade. Equipped with only an iPhone and her keen eye for photography, Audrey brings the beauty of the hidden corners of Paris straight to your smartphone. Continue reading
We have scoured all corners of the city for some great views of Paris over the past few years. Our advice? Skip the Eiffel Tower or even the Arc de Triumph and snag some photos at some of these great spots, for free instead!
View from the Institut du Monde Arabe. Photo Credit: Sandrine L.
1. Patio of the Institut du Monde Arabe
Visiting the Institut du Monde Arabe holds many treasures from beautiful exhibits, delicious Continue reading
Paris is one of those cities where there is so much going on and so much to see in all the neighborhoods that, naturally, there are some areas that get overlooked. For me, that area is the Viaduc des Arts in the 12th arrondissement.
I had been to the Bercy shopping area, to Bastille, to the Bois de Vincennes, and though I had driven by it a thousand times, I had never actually stopped and walked the Viaduc des Arts, a vast stretch of artists and artisans and cafes lining one side of Avenue Daumesnil. Continue reading
Beautiful in the Summer, Winter, Autumn and Spring, Paris never ceases to impress with it’s sophisticated architecture and ambience of elegance and grace.
As we are truly in the depths of winter, these cold and icy months have inspired our first Black and White photography edition of the City of Lights.