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What's the best time to visit Paris?


when-to-go-to-paris.jpgOften I get a question when it is the best time to go to Paris. It is not easy to answer. Probably the less interesting period is Easter. Half of Europe gets the idea to spend the longer Easter weekend in Paris. Full hotels, crowded streets, subway, museums, shops and restaurants, nervous staff and other unpleasant details.


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Sunday market in Paris


sunday-market-in-paris-titul.jpgParisian markets belong to Paris and to the life of Parisians. If you do not go at least once a week to the market, do not choose at the morning market the freshest products, fish, cheese, vegetables or fruits for the Sunday lunch or dinner, do not participate in the humorous and serious discussion with the sellers at the market, you are not a complete Parisian.


The smallest house in Paris


the-smallest-house-in-paris.jpgWhen passing by you will not even realize that it is a separate house. It gives the impression of a natural connection between two neighbouring higher six floor houses. But look closer and you will find out that the tiny shop with shirts and jeans has its own identity.


Sunset under the Arc de Triomphe


sunset-paris.jpgTwice a year, in May and in August, during couple of days the most famous avenue in the world Champs-Elysées offers an exceptional view. Sun on its way of going down behind the horizont passes directly in the middle of the Arc de Triomphe. It says its farewell to the day between the impressive columns of the Arch.


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Hundred years old garden of roses


la-roseraie.jpgIn the centre of the little town L’Haÿ-les-Roses on the southern suburbs of Paris, in a large park with one hundred years old trees and a little wooden chapel, there is a unique garden of roses "La Roseraie" – the first garden of roses in the world.


Eugène Atget and old Paris


atget-1.jpgSpring 2012 in the Carnavalet Museum of the old Parisian quarter Marais is characterized also by the spirit of the exhibition of the photographer Eugène Atget, who with his pictures artistically and truthfully documented the history and atmosphere of Paris of the end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th century.


Montparnasse – the world of pancakes


montparnasse.jpgUnder the Parisian notion of Montparnasse you do not have to imagine only the ugly dark scyscraper, disturbing almost every view on the city. Montparnasse is also the world of „crêperies“ – plenty of tiny typical French Brittany pancakes places.


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