Anto's parisian map. See it on Google Maps
It was supposed to hide the crippled, now it hosts the most important French man.
Louis 14, the sun king, was like, kind of like, a Beverly hills movie industry like diva. He wanted everyone to suck up to him, to be thought of as the best of the best, liked everything shiny, pretty, immaculate and didn't really care for the inside of things, or people. Hence he decided to take the ugly stuff outside his lovely city (hobos) and hide them inside a building.Read More
France is a woman. Have you seen how the French represent her?
Republique square was fully revamped in 2013, and it is a favorite for locals now.Read More
The Seine is the only river in the world that runs between two bookshelves. Meet the bookshelves.
From sunrise to sunset, come get an old book, a vintage poster or a beautiful painting at the bouquinistes.Read More
The most famous bookstore in Paris doesn't sell books in French
It doesn't even has its original name. But is a mandatory stop.Read More
I don't know if Saint Martin was cool, but at least a canal he left us.
It's a magnificent 30 minute walk. If the weather is good, you'll see (and should join) parisians having a pic nic by the canalRead More
A huge, favorite parisian park, where you'll be the only tourists
It's pretty removed from the center, yet still in Paris. The trip is absolutely worth it, promise. Better is biking!Read More
A crazy building with crazy residents. Waiting for you.
First of all, it's free. As soon as you see it, you will think "wth is going on there". And you're very right to want to go inside.Read More