Travel guide to the first arrondisiment (1e arr) of Paris: the Louvre. This post includes lots of pictures from Jardin du Palais Royal, Galerie de Montpensier, Galerie Véro-Dodat, Le Palais Royal, Musée du Louvre, Place du Carrousel, Jardin des Tuileries, Bibliothèque Mazarine (viewed from Pont des Arts) and Musée de l’Orangerie. Recommendations include among others Kitsuné Café.
Travel guide to the sixth, seventh and fifteenth arrondissement (6e arr, 7e arr and 15e arr) of Paris: Luxembourg, Palais Bourbon and Vaugirard by Nina Lindgren. This post includes lots of pictures and recommendations. Among others: Café de Flore, Bar du Marché, Allée Thomy-Thierry, Champs de Mars, Eiffel Tower, the Art Nouveau treasure of 29 Avenue Rapp by Jules Lavirotte, Musée Bourdelle and the Cristóbel Balenciaga exhibition and much more.
Travel guide to the third arrondissement (3e arr) of Paris: Temple and the Marais by Nina Lindgren. This post includes lots of pictures and recommendations. Among others some hipster cafés such as: Boot Café (with amazing cortados, ice coffees and donuts), Ob-La-Di, Nanashi, Le Wood, HolyBelly, Bisou, Merci, Ai’s Bento, Calendar, Wild & the Moon, Little Red Door, PNY. The defender of time by Jacques Monestier. Other places include: institut suédois, Musée de la Chasse et de la Nature / Museum of Hunting & Nature, boulangerie, cafe du temple, metro, archives nationales, merci, Charlie Hebdo, le Mary Celeste and much more.
Travel guide to the fourth arrondissement (4e arr) of Paris: Hotel-de-Ville by Nina Lindgren. This post includes lots of pictures and recommendations. Among others Square de l'Île de-France, Notre-Dame de Paris, Boulangerie Murciano Jewish bakery serving rugelach (!!!), Place des Vosges, Centre George Pompidou & around. Recommendations include Au Vieux Paris d’Arcole which is a super cozy café.
Travel guide to the twelfth arrondissement (12e and 13th arr) of Paris: Riuelly & Gobelin by Nina Lindgren. This post includes lots of pictures and recommendations. Among others Promenade Plantée, Rue Crémieux and it’s cute dwellings and townhouses, Le Maison Rouge, Le Bassin de l’Arsenal and Les Pavillions de Bercy. Musée des Arts Forains and the museum of Fairground Arts includes old carousels, flipper games, playing cards from the previous century and much more.