A vintage market and places where you can enjoy the best lunches in Paris.
On your own, with family or with friends, you can always be sure of a wonderful time in the City of Light. And when you need a break from shopping and sightseeing, there are some wonderful places where you can enjoy typically delicious French snacks.
Vintage collectibles; the best of the past
Nostalgia is a wonderful feeling and we all love to relive the highlights of the past, be it in fashion, music or lifestyle. At the weekend you can take a step back in time and rediscover your old fashion sense, your favourite music or even an ultra-retro style of decor. The Salon du Vintage is the essential rendezvous for fans of the look and feel of the past so, if you have a yen for yesteryear, come and check out this amazing market where you can find clothing, accessories, furniture and even original vinyl.
Snack break in Paris? Here are the best addresses
Jacques Genin: a shop and a tea room in the 3rd arrondissement, where pastries and chocolates are made on site.
Jean Paul Hévin: the best chocolatier and pastry chef in Paris, he seduces his customers by the originality of his products. Located in the 1st arrondissement, the shop attracts both French and our Japanese friends.
Bogato: a friendly and fairy tale-pretty tea room and pastry shop in the 14th arrondissement.
Oh Mon Cake: the star of this boutique in the 1st arrondissement is Leonora, an accomplished pâtissière offering cupcakes and cookies.
Angelina: this tea room in the 1st arrondissement is a place of indulgent French pastries that is frequented by celebrities, probably due to its charm and unusual setting.
Café Pouchkine: here in the 6th arrondissement, French pastries are revisited Moscow-style.
Gastel is where you can enjoy a delightful afternoon tea and delicious pastries in the 10th arrondissement.
Hotel Eden Paris, a Hotel with garden, close to the Porte de Versailles