Where Paris - - My Paris -

If one of our readers is only in Paris for 24 hours what one thing would you rec­om­mend they do? I would sug­gest they see one of the great exhibitions of the mo­ment and ar­range a fast pass ticket to avoid the lines and I would ar­range for a pri­vate guide with a pri­vate driver in or­der to discover the main mon­u­ments of Paris. For our readers who are look­ing for a tra­di­tional Parisian bistro serv­ing au­then­tic French fare, where would you book them a ta­ble? I would rec­om­mend Le Petit Pon­toise for its Parisian at­mos­phere. Paris is well-known for its mag­nif­i­cent mon­u­ments, from where would you sug­gest our readers get the best view of the city? In my opinion the best view of the city is from the tow­ers of Notre Dame de Paris cathe­dral. It’s not al­ways easy for our readers to find some­where fun to head to at 2am, where would you rec­om­mend they party till dawn? I love those trendy places such as L’Arc and Matignon. As the fash­ion cap­i­tal, which ar­eas do you think show­case the best fash­ions? Rue Saint-Honoré for me is the most rep­re­sen­ta­tive of Paris when it comes to fash­ion. For a cou­ple in love where would you rec­om­mend they go for a ro­man­tic din­ner? For an ex­cep­tional ro­man­tic din­ner La Truf­fière is a per­fect gourmet place. What have you re­cently dis­cov­ered in Paris that you would ad­vise guests to see? The new Printemps du Goût, a space ded­i­cated to food on the two up­per floors of the Men’s Store. What is a lo­ca­tion in Paris that pleas­antly sur­prised you? I re­cently dis­cov­ered Les Belles En­vies at 3 rue Monge, a won­der­ful place with lowg­lycemic sweets for di­a­bet­ics and peo­ple look­ing to eat a health­ier diet.

Le Printemps du Goût Les Belles En­vies L’Arc Notre-Dame La Truf­fière

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