Jazz in Paris While You Dine
Diners at a restaurant called Le Marfil have the pleasure of being serenaded by the sounds of a live jazz orchestra every night. A different group is scheduled to play from Tuesday through Saturday ni...
Ecological Ice Skating Comes to Paris this Summer
Visitors to Paris will not want to miss the ecological "ice" skating rink that has temporarily been installed in the Parc de la Villette, which is located in the 19th arrondissement of Paris. Sponsore...
The Naval Museum Shines a Light on a Time-Honored Tradition
Since Ancient Egypt, lighthouses have played a surprising and remarkable role in history. Starting centuries ago, France has often been on the cutting edge of lighthouse technology, even at its humble...
The Musée d'Orsay Presents the Queen of Paris
Although Misia Godebska first became known for her talents as a pianist, her reputation truly grew when she became a 'woman about town' in early 20th-century Paris. It was her marriage in 1893 that al...
Revolutionary 1930s Photographer Honored at the Jeu de Paume
Revealing both the professional career and personality of this singular Hungarian photographer, a retrospective of Eva Besnyö is currently being presented by the Jeu de Paume museum. Eva Besnyö is kno...
Artistic Dining on Display near the Arc de Triomphe
Museums put on display some of the highest achievements that a society has to contribute. This is why museums are such popular destinations no matter where you travel. Museums bring to mind ideas of r...
An Architectural Feat from the Middle Ages Is Revealed
The springtime exhibition of the National Medieval Museum (Musée national du Moyen Age) in Paris reveals a magnificent work of architecture and archeology. Guests staying at the Regencia Hotel should ...
Under the Sea!
The Tropical Aquarium at the Palais de la Porte Dorée was created in 1931, as a part of the "Museum of French Colonies" that was created at the same time. The aquarium was intended to be a showcase o...
Arab Artwork Revealed in a New Light
An exhibition currently showing at the Institut du Monde Arabe (Institute of the Arab World) is going to shake up certain preconceived notions that many people have about the Arab world — starting wi...
An Imagined World Comes to Life
The term 'Patagonia' evokes many different concepts, both realistic and completely imaginary. This small territory in South America truly exists but is also the subject of fantastic stories that were ...