A Giant Ferris Wheel Sparkles in the City of Light
Visitors to Paris should not hesitate to head to the Place de la Concorde before February 16, 2014. That's because the giant Ferris wheel called 'La Grande Roue' will be up and active only until then....
A Distinctively Warm Dining Experience at the Citrus Etoile
While it may be chilly in Paris during the winter months, visitors can still enjoy a warm ambiance where they will experience world-class cuisine. This is possible at a restaurant called Citrus Etoile.........
A Dance of Movement, Light and 3D Images
Bud Blumenthal is an American choreographer who has worked in Europe since the 1990s. Combining poetic movement and athletic fluidity with new technologies, Blumenthal breathes life into the typically...
See the Obelisk's Incredible Journey at Trocadero SquareThe Musée de la Marine, France's national naval museum, will welcome an exhibition of epic proportions in February. The exhibition reveals the story behind the immense Obelisk, which stands proudly in
Christmas Village Magic on the Champs-Elysées
Every year, the Champs-Elysées Christmas market attracts both residents and visitors of Paris, who crowd the sidewalks lined with beautiful winter chalets. Visitors will find not only chalets with mer...
The Musée d'Art Moderne, Where Art and Design Collide
At an exhibition called 'Decorum' the Musée d'Art Moderne, the modern art museum of the city of Paris, shines a spotlight on the art of textiles. Going on until February 9, 2014, this exhibit reveals ...
Enchanted at the Eiffel Tower: The Trocadero Christmas Village
One of the coziest and most magical Christmas traditions in Paris is provided by the annual Christmas markets that pop up all around the city during this time. The most well known is the Christmas Mar...
Photographer Raymond Depardon Honored at the Grand Palais
Raymond Depardon is a French photographer known across the globe for his ability to capture slices of life from French countrysides and urban environments. Depardon came from humble origins, teaching ...
The Famous Christmas Lights of the Champs-Elysées Return!
The holiday season is almost here, and as anyone who lives in Paris knows, with Christmas comes the famous Christmas lights of the Champs-Elysées. Every year, the most famous avenue in the world becom...
One Billion Ants, a Scientific Journey in the Center of Paris
With one billion ants, the Palais de la Découverte is hoping to catch the attention of curious Parisians. 'One Billion Ants' (or 'Mille Milliards de Fourmis' as it is called in French) is an exhibitio...