The best terraces in Paris
Too trendy. Too loud. Too crowded. Everyone's on the look-out for the best terraces in Paris... We strolled around the city, skimmed every arrondissement, paced up and down endless streets and covered every square inch of the capital. We've even kept records of the movements of the sun. You're all set : here's our map of the 16 best terraces in Paris.
The one with the prettiest view ? Spotted. The one surrounded by trees ? Check. The one floating on the Seine ? Got it. Discover the best spots to have an apéro and people-watch. We've found the terraces. We're now just waiting for the sun.
Find the map of the best Parisian terraces here.
When was the last time you laughed at a museum exhibition? Never? Well head right over to the MEP, climb up to the last floor and dive into the cheeky universe of Martin Parr.
We could talk to you about CentQuatre's exhibits, its bookstore, its café... but today, we want to talk to you about the CentQuatre where artists train every day. Because it's magical. And you can watch it all from a comfy deck chair.
"Parc"-ing Space: A rare patch of free turf at Le Parc des Buttes Chaumont the first sunny day of spring. The holy grail of last weekend.
And seeing as the sun decided to stay all week, we found 5 spots in and around Paris where you can whip out your sunglasses without accidentally spooning with your neighbor.
This is a message for the stressed. The hard-pressed. Those who are constantly guilt-tripped by life. This year, you're going to learn to freakin' relax. You're going to dismiss that little voice in your head that judges and pressures you. And you're going to be initiated into meditation.
Grandmother's apartment for rent in Paris: 3br, 1bath, nana's kitchen, Scottish bar, little red parlor, smoking-room/library. Nº of tenants: 100. Location: secret. Duration of lease: as long as it takes to throw a wild party.