Top Five Walks in Paris in Spring

Dear Readers,

I am out of Paris for a couple of days and will be back at the end of April… with news posts about my latest discoveries in Paris to share with you!

Meantime I suggest for those of you who are currently in Paris to rediscover my Top Five Walks as Spring is the ideal season to stroll in the Parisian streets and parks: not too warm, not too busy, and offering beautiful lights. Try them if you have not yet… I am sure that you will love them!

The most unusual: La Promenade Plantée
Promenade Plantee - Paris - Flowers and pool
Promenade Plantée – Paris – Flowers and pool
The most classical: On the Ile Saint Louis
Ile saint louis Paris-quai Orleans
Ile saint louis Paris – Le quai d’Orléans
The most parisian: The Marais off the beaten track
jewish area Marais -Goldenberg rue des Rosiers
jewish area Marais -Goldenberg rue des Rosiers
The Most Arty: The Butte aux Cailles
Butte aux cailles Paris - Rue Alphand
Butte aux cailles Paris – Rue Alphand
The most family: The Jardin des Plantes
jardin des plantes Paris-japanese cherry tree
Another Japanese cherry tree in the Jardin des Plantes

I wish you very nice walks exploring our beautiful city and I’ll be back within two weeks. See you soon!

Christine Bokobza – Good Morning Paris B&B –





Chefs d’oeuvre de Budapest in Paris: Small is Beautiful!

A small and beautiful exhibition of paintings is taking place in the Musée du Luxembourg in Paris until 10 July. It is called ‘Chefs d’oeuvre de Budapest’ and offers the opportunity to see a selection of eighty masterpieces which are usually exhibited in two famous museums of Budapest which are both currently under renovation: the Budapest Museum of Fine Arts and the Hungarian National Gallery. If you are currently in Paris you have probably seen the poster of this exhibition with the fascinating painting: ‘la femme à la cage’ (the woman with the cage) on it. Its colors are so amazing!

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Chefs d’oeuvre de Budapest – Paris – Rippl Ronai- La femme à la cage

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