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Paris Aéroport guides you through the French capital in search of the latest fashionable and unusual spots. Enjoy a true Parisian experience thanks to our many tips, available in our magazine, Paris vous aime magazine.
Free of charge, it will advise you about the latest places (bars, restaurants, hotels, etc.), exhibitions and cultural events not to be missed.
With our 20 Capital Experiences, we reveal the best addresses to get off the beaten tourist track. And don't forget to listen to our audio podcasts and watch our videos to discover Paris differently!

Paris vous aime Magazine: find the exclusivity of the magazine online with our e-reader

Paris vous aime Magazine gives you the best of Paris and the places you absolutely must visit. Explore the capital city by picking up your magazine at any of the terminals at Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Paris-Orly, in the baggage delivery room or in the boarding lounge: it's free.

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Tip of the month: Yakuza Sando, Food Society the art of streetfood


A place that tickles the taste buds. That's how you could sum up this brand new "food market" open 7 days a week, just a stone's throw from the Montparnasse tower. A sort of giant gastronomic treasure hunt where you can discover street food flavours from all over the world as you wander around. In these 3500 m² of raw décor (concrete walls and floors, exposed pipes), you can find Andean, Syrian or Korean cuisine, tapas bar, crêperie, trattoria, sandwich corner, a seafood counter or an African counter, not forgetting the desserts of Fou de Pâtisserie and two bars. All in all, 15 counters offer real good food from 8.50€ from morning to night. The icing on the cake is a central stage that hosts workshops (from ceramics to oenology), concerts and round tables. It's big, it's good, it's festive and it's unique in Paris!

Our favourites: Mojo, an African counter where the starred chef Mory Sacko concocts diabolical poultry (chicken and duck). In another genre, Krugen's galette-saucisse as over there (in Brittany) and Yemma's Berber flaky (and filled) crepes.

 Food Society - 68, avenue du Maine - 75014 Paris

Living Paris: experience the life of the capital city

Our favorite: Make your own bag!

Reserve some time to discover L’Atelier, created by Tiffany, where you can design your own shopping bag, clutch, glasses case, and more. Guided every step of the way, you’ll cut, assemble and afix buttons or rivets on your personalised item in high-quality leather. An enchanting moment to discover the creative craftsperson in you. Workshops for large bags (four hours, €165), small leather goods workshop (two hours, €90). 
20, rue Lucien-Sampaix - 75010 Paris

Cherqui, the former pharmaceutical laboratory turned contemporary art foundation  

A visit to this former pharmaceutical laboratory in Aubervilliers is a psychedelic experience full of surprises. The Fondation Cherqui showcases nearly 300 optical and kinetic artworks, featuring neon lights, optical effects and interactions with the public. We owe this unique collection to Jean Cherqui, a 93-year-old physician and pharmacology researcher who is passionate about geometric abstraction in the manner of Victor Vasarely and lumino-kinetics combining both light and movement. Since the 1960s, Cherqui has amassed some 5,000 works by such world-famous names as Carmelo Arden-Quin, Gaston Ugalde and Miguel Chevalier. He now shares his passion for this evolving genre with his grandson kinetic artist Mathias Cherqui.
61, rue Lécuyer, 93300 Aubervilliers

The hotel Pavillon de la Reine, a luxury building hidden in the capital

Place des Vosges. Under the arcades’ arches a simple plaque indicates the entryway to the Pavillon de la Reine. Tucked away behind a vaulted entry and through an iron gate this hidden five-star Parisian jewel’s vine-covered walls and a tree-lined courtyard are the setting for restaurant Anne. Upon entering the hotel, two lounges open on either side of the front door. Velvet curtains and tapestries in ocher and red hues, black carpets with geometric patterns and paintings evoke the 17th century of Queen Anne of Austria: a decorative tone that is defined with elegance and creativity. All of the hotel’s 56 unique rooms and suites follow this style. Each duplex, whether opening onto a courtyard or nestling under the roof, conveys the feeling of being in your very own Parisian apartment. The Michelin starred table offers a daring menu celebrating the finest products: turbot tempura with ratatouille and caramelized onion foam followed by scrumptious sweet delights, like rice pudding with kirsch cherry and iced sake parfait. A royal experience two steps from the oldest square in the capital! Doubles from €470. 
28, place des Vosges, 75003 Paris

Paris loves you curious: the best addresses in Paris vous aime magazine that can be checked at any time

Use the interactive map below, made with our partner Mapstr, to prepare your visit.


Once you are in Paris, to make sure you don't forget anything, download the Mapstr app and our Paris vous aime map on your smartphone: you will be able to find the addresses around you with GPS positioning and, in the future, the addresses of the next editions of Paris vous aime Magazine, every time it is published!

Listening Paris: enjoy a unique and immersive sound experience

A new way to visit Paris: podcasts to listen to (without moderation) -available for download on our different platforms- that instantly put you in a Parisian atmosphere or take you back in time in a place and with a mythical personality. 

Listen to our podcasts

Ep.1: Parisian atmosphere "At the Aligre market"
Leslie takes us on a stroll through the sounds of the Aligre market (12th arrondissement), one of the oldest markets in Paris. On the program: vendors hawking their wares, street guitarists, seeds and Cuban espresso…

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Ep 2: A place, a face "Simone de Beauvoir at the café de Flore"
Leslie takes us to Saint-Germain-des-Prés (6th arrondissement), to the legendary Café de Flore, which in the post-war period became the meeting spot for existentialist writers and thinkers. Follow in the footsteps of Simone de Beauvoir, who wrote several of her works there.

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Ep.3: Parisian atmosphere "At the Vincennes racecourse"
A behind-the-scenes audio tour of the legendary Grand Prix de Paris harness race, featuring beating hooves, the shouting of fans and gamblers, and victory celebrated with the Marseillaise.

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Ep.4: A place, a face "Around place de Clichy with François Truffaut"
Explore northwest Paris in the footsteps of François Truffaut. The filmmaker, who grew up here, used his Place Clichy and Batignolles neighborhoods as locations for The 400 Blows and his Antoine Doinel films.


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Ep.5: A place, a face "Josephine Baker at the Folies Bergère"
This podcast takes us to the Folies Bergère (9th arrondissement) to meet the mythical Josephine Baker. The American dancer, singer and revue star was the queen of Parisian nightlife during the the Roaring Twenties. She brought freedom, revelry ans the rhythms of jazz and the Charleston.


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