Marché de St-Honoré
This monumental glass hall (Ricardo Bofill, 1996) of offices and shops replaces an unsightly parking garage (now underground) and evokes...
Octagonal place Vendôme and the arcaded and colonnaded buildings around it were constructed between 1687 and 1721. In March 1796...
Big, black and glitzy, this glamorous after-work hang-out lures a buoyant crowd with its lavish cocktails, festive spirit and planchas ...
A Mecca for literary groupies, this is where the Prix Goncourt, France’s equivalent of the Booker or Pulitzer, is awarded each year....
Lonely Planet review
Situated midway between the Louvre and Palais Garnier, this totally renovated bookshop is the last survivor of the once ubiquitous US chain. It’s a good shop for tracking down American books, including fiction, business and children’s titles, as well as magazines.