A foodie's guide to Paris

A foodie’s guide to Paris

The French know their way around a kitchen, and French cuisine is acknowledged as one  of the most mouth-watering national cuisines in the world. There is a world of French dishes that can instantly send a passionate foodie into fits of glee, even if some of them might seem a bit strange to people who like their cooking a bit more tame. French dishes are daring, imaginative and full of the most interesting flavors, and one of the best places to experience the world of French cuisine is the Fren... [ read more ]

Things to do in Versailles when you’re not sightseeing

Things to do in Versailles when you’re not sightseeing

Versailles is known chiefly for being one of the most popular attractions in France, and when hearing the word, most people automatically think of the eponymous palace that represents one of the biggest excesses of Louis XIV - lavish interiors, pure luxury wherever you look, and the elegance of French aristocracy. But Versailles is in fact an entire town rife with all manner of attractions, and you can easily forget yourself and spend hours and even days wandering through the classy streets. But... [ read more ]

Top 5 gourmet destinations in France

Top 5 gourmet destinations in France

If you like food, then you have probably gone to at least a few French restaurants in your life. However, if you love food and you make no compromises on the subject of your dinner, then give yourself a present and pamper your taste-buds...in France. France is a gourmet paradise that doesn't come cheap, but all that it has on the menu is classy, elegant and delicious. Restaurants are not the only place where you can find delicacies in France - you can visit farms, vineyards, markets and fest... [ read more ]

Top 5 bistros in Paris

Top 5 bistros in Paris

Bistros are not anything unusual, and they can be found practically anywhere in the world's cities and towns. But few people know that bistros were invented by Parisians. As as with most things, the best bistros can be found in their hometown, the city of love, Paris. The Parisian bistros was a small restaurant serving affordable homecooked meals, evolved in the basement of boarding houses. Today, the bistro has kept its cozy and familiar atmosphere, but not always the simplicity and affordabili... [ read more ]