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Notre Dame

Man in the Kitchen: Notre Dame – For Whom the Bells Will Toll Again

Millions wept as Notre Dame burned. Why was this cataclysmic event so unifying? Ken Carlton remembers how the cathedral's bells tolled for him during his first flirt in Paris.
pourquoi princesse

Pourquoi Princesse? Why Are There No Dresses With Car Motifs for My Daughter?

Meet the expat mom, feminist and founder of Pourquoi Princesse? on a mission to create a world for her daughter and son where they can access the same opportunities.
summer camps in Paris

The Best Summer Camps and Workshops for Kids in Paris

Are you looking for the lowdown on summer camps in Paris? Here's the scoop on the best camps and workshops for international kids in and around the city.
Easter in Paris

6 Egg-cellent Ways to Spend Easter in and Around Paris

Spending Easter in Paris? For a twist on the traditional egg hunt (chasse aux oeufs), why not get out to explore some of the spectacular museums, gardens and parks in and around Paris? Here are some of INSPIRELLE's top picks to ensure you have an eggs-ellent weekend:
Outdoor Activities in Paris - Rowing

18 of the Best Outdoor Activities in Paris

Paris is magnificent when the sun is out! The blue skies beckon, and there's an assiette full of outdoor activities to discover. So, put on your walking shoes, because here are INSPIRELLE’s top picks to inspire you to get out and explore the city!
valentine's day

Man in the Kitchen: What Does He Really Think About Valentine’s Day?

Champagne, jewelry, roses? An adoring husband muses on the best, most unexpected ways to say 'I love you' on Valentine's Day, a date filled with high expectations.
Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year Activities to Celebrate the Year of the Pig in Paris

We've just entered 2019 here in the West, but in the Chinese lunar calendar, it's already 4717. February 5 marks the beginning of the Year of the Earth Pig and Paris is celebrating its arrival with plenty of activities.

Man in the Kitchen: Say Peace with Food

As tensions ratchet up in this season of joy on Paris streets and around the world, is it any wonder we feel lost and confused and weary to the bone? Our Man in the Kitchen suggests taking comfort in food to offer hope and happiness to others.
French university

Reality Check: Studying Abroad in a French University

An Irish student shares the highs and lows of her first year studying abroad in a new system, a new subject and a new language at a French university.
Notre Dame Cathedral

36+ Festive Ways to Enjoy Christmas in Paris

Christmas in Paris is a magical time! With so many enchanting things to do, where does one start? INSPIRELLE makes it easier for you to decide with this curated list of some seasonal must-sees.