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Did you get your Muguet?

Did you get your Muguet?

On May 1st, if you’re in Paris, or anywhere in France, you’re sure to notice people selling ‘lily of the valley’ (muguet in french) at every metro station and street corner. The country’s florists also go all-out, making beautiful creations…Remi
Paris Plages 2015

Paris Plages 2015

From July 20th, whether you are with your family or with friends,  rush to the Hôtel-de-Ville, the voie Georges-Pompidou (right bank, down the Louvre) or the bassin de la Villette to take advantage of Paris Plages (Paris Beaches) and its…Remi
Infographic – Paris in figures

Infographic – Paris in figures

Paris is the most visited city in the world, it is the most romantic place on earth with millions of lights shining on its cobbled little streets. We have put together a few figures and numbers to celebrate tourism in our…Remi
Top Views Worth Paying for in Paris

Top Views Worth Paying for in Paris

We have selected the top views of Paris that are worth paying for. We all love wandering through the streets of Paris and savoring that magical feeling of getting lost and then finding our way again. We appreciate the architecture and…Remi
La Galette des Rois in Paris

La Galette des Rois in Paris

‘La galette des Rois’, or the ‘three kings cake’, is a big thing in Paris. If you pass by any of Paris’s boulangeries or patisseries between the Epiphany (Jan 6th) and Mardi Gras, you will see a mouth-watering display of…Remi
Champ de Mars

Champ de Mars

Le Parc du Champ de Mars is much more than just the garden around La Tour Eiffel. Stretching out in front of the tower, the garden is home to tree lined walkways, has a host of activities for children and…Remi
Sugar Daze – American Cupcakes in Paris

Sugar Daze – American Cupcakes in Paris

It might seem strange to find an ‘American’ Cupcake review on Smarter ‘Paris’, but there is some logic! We are all about sharing insiders’ tips to Paris, and Sugar Daze fits right in. Despite not following the ‘all things french’ theme,…Remi
Just outside Paris – Parc de Sceaux

Just outside Paris – Parc de Sceaux

To us, the Parc de Sceaux always used to mean  “Cherry Blossom Picnics”, but it is so much more than that! Situated to the south of Paris, the ‘Parc de Sceaux’ comprises of the Chateau, the formal gardens and the…Remi
Galeries Lafayette

Galeries Lafayette

Famous for its fashion and luxury items, this massive department store is located in the 9th arrondissement behind the Opera Garnier. History The store was founded in 1895 by Théophile Bader and Alphonse Kahn, two entrepreneurial brothers who specialized in…Remi
Musée du Louvre

Musée du Louvre

The Musée du Louvre (Louvre Museum) is both an iconic historical landmark of Paris, and also one of the largest museums in the world. To visit the neighbourhood spanning to the other bank, try our dedicated Themed Walk. History First built as…Remi
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