High-quality coffee bar and cafe along the Canal Saint Martin, selling home-baked pastries and sandwiches.
Open exclusively on weekdays, come for Escargots à la pistache and petit pain rolls.
The Parisian outpost of Israeli chef Eyal Shani’s Tel Aviv restaurant serves the best lamb-kebab pita in the city.
Unanimously considered the best homemade, small batch ice-cream in Paris.
This farmer-cooperative-run shop is a haven for cheese and charcuterie lovers.
Cozy Latin Quarter bistro historically visited by the likes of Picasso, Hemingway and Matisse, known for its traditional French cuisine.
Located a short walk from Les Invalides in the 7th arrondissement, the chic 5-star hotel has 67 loft-like rooms with New Nordic touches.
A 3-star hotel in the hip 10th arrondissement with quirky Parisian charm and art-deco furnishings and retro touches.
Young, affordable and designed by Philippe Starck, this casual hotel features a pizzeria and a rooftop bar.
The city's boldest center for contemporary art and design, housed in a striking building designed by Italian architect Renzo Piano.
Rue de Rennes
A wide, bustling street in the heart of the Latin Quarter, chockablock with boutiques, antique and jewelry shops.
One of the largest mosques in France, serving authentic Moroccan treats on a tiled terrace and featuring traditional Hammam baths.
Expanses, fountains, and sculpture gardens offer a peaceful oasis from city life.