The Musical Fountains Show invites visitors to stroll through the gardens of Versailles that the Sun King was so fond of. An invigorating walk past ornamental ponds and fountains, which for a few hours regain all the past glory and splendour of the court of Louis XIV, thanks to the expertise of water-fountain engineers. Waterfalls, jets and sprays of water spring forth in a crystal clear aquatic dance to the sound of music by Lully.
http://www.pascalmutel.com/ 95 rue de Courcelles – 75017 Paris
The famous flower market of Ile de la Cité – Place Louis Lépine – Quai de la Corse
http://www.amapola-fleuriste.fr/ 32 rue Faidherbe – 75011
http://www.paris-fleurs.fr/ 36 rue Gay Lussac – 75005
Museum of Montmartre: Definitely Paris’s most charming museum founded in 1960 in the oldest building in Montmartre, which was also home to a number of artists, including Auguste Renoir, Suzanne Valadon, Maurice Utrillo. Exhibition of Suzane Valadon until March 13th http://www.museedemontmartre.fr/exhibitions
10- 12 rue Cortot (Metro Lamarck Caulaincourt)
Museum Victor Hugo: Victor Hugo lived on the second floor of the Hôtel de Rohan-Guéménée from 1832 to 1848. He wrote some of his major works http://maisonsvictorhugo.paris.fr/en
6 Place des Vosges (Metro St Paul or Bastille)
The beautiful Musée Rodin has reopened last November afer a big renovation http://www.musee-rodin.fr/en/musee-rodin/2015-new-musee-rodin
21 boulevard des Invalides (Metro Varenne)
Magic for a romantic dinner! : the restaurant Tour d’Argent for its mythical view of Notre Dame: 15 quai de la Tournelle – 75005 Paris www.tourdargent.com
Walking along the Seine river remains one of the most romantic things to do in Paris and if you bring with you a bottle of champagne and two glasses, the Ultimate!
If you are a shopaholic, now is the time to go crazy. During 6 weeks, the shops and departments stores of Paris will be offering low prices and discounts of up to 70%. You might not be alone in the stores, but it’s well worth the elbow to elbow experience: You will come home with a lot of new purchases, without ever upsetting your wallet !
From November to the beginning of January, the Christmas illuminations on the avenue des Champs-Elysées, on avenue Montaigne, in Place Vendôme, the Montmartre district, Bercy Village and in many other places across the city make Paris more magical than ever!
I was lucky today to discover this exhibition by chance by crossing the Place du Palais Royal! beautiful!
Typical french food with fresh products a few steps from the Seine River: a good address! www.leterminusduchatelet.fr
Au Terminus du Chatelet: 5, Rue des Lavandieres Ste Opportune, 75001 Paris,
Exquisite taste with incredible attention to detail in this place full of history! Le Restaurant – L’hôtel – 13 rue des Beaux Arts – 75006 http://www.l-hotel.com/le-restaurant/le-restaurant.htm.
Magic! Le Train Bleu (“The Blue Train”) is a restaurant located in the hall of the Gare de Lyon railway station and has been serving drinks and meals since 1901 – 1st floor, Gare de Lyon, Place Louis Armand, 75012 Paris http://www.le-train-bleu.com/
The oldest restaurant in Paris! The Procope: cosy and intimate atmosphere in the heart of Saint-Germain-des-Prés. http://www.procope.com/ – 13 Rue de l’Ancienne Comédie, 75006 Paris
Cosy tiny tearoom with terrace in the old Marais. They have great teas and Paul serves us a very good bio quiche with salad and rasperry and cream cheese cake. 12 Rue Dupetit Thouars, 75003 Paris https://www.facebook.com/lilyofthevalleyparis#_=_