This combination walking and bus tour takes visitors to the Parisian haunts, hangouts and places made famous by African-American musicians, soldiers, writers, artists, historians, celebrities, and political exiles. Founded by former California broadcast journalist Ricki Stevenson, these Black Paris Tours shed light on little-known facts about black history in the City of Light.
More than just a restaurant, this small African gem stands on a corner in the artsy Parisian district of Montmartre. Offering food from the West African nation of Togo, you’ll also find great live music and friendly, English-speaking staff.
Billed as the largest organic market in France and one of the largest in Europe, this 150-stall market stands in Paris’ tony 6th arrondisement, or district. Its all-organic wares woo celebrities including actor Gérard Depardieu, filmmaker Sofia Coppola, and French supermodel Laetitia Casta. Even the Food Network’s Barefoot Contessa (Ina Garten) swears by this one.
This charming and scenic square in the bohemian Montmartre district looks straight off a Hollywood set, but it offers a glimpse of authentic Parisian life. Just steps away are hip eateries, cafes and boutiques—and the Abbesses Métro stop stands right here, making the Place easily reachable for visitors.
THE number 1 destination in Paris for the wine lover. Daily wine tasting classes, in a beautiful 17th century right near the Louvre. Great informative and fun tastings. Also, before or after your tasting Paris' most exciting wine bar with over 40 great wines by the glass - everyday.
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