Metro: École Militaire (line 8), Saint François Xavier (line 13)
A well-known GP to the Anglophone community in Paris. She has special interest and experience in women’s health issues, as well as travel medicine, an interdisciplinary specialty concerned with the prevention and management of health problems associated with travel. For many of our commuting expats, a consultation can help avoid major discomfort and possible sickness when working or visiting abroad.
If you love some of INSPIRELLE‘s portraits and Paris photos, turn to professional photographer Alexis Duclos. One of our most fervent supporters, Alexis is an experienced award-winning photographer and video cameraman who can capture your individual and family portraits for business or personal use as well as produce corporate videos to enhance your company websites.
To consult his versatile work visit his website: http://www.alexisduclos.com
Metro: La Tour-Maubourg (line 8)
Offering numerous art classes during the school year, plus additional school vacation-time creative art workshops to children and adults. Bonus, English-speaking artists offer a selection of art classes from Tuesday-Saturdays during the school year.
Find out all the scoop in our ultimate guide to kid’s activities!
Metro: Ecole Militaire (line 8)
Yuzuka is a Japanese spa salon located just minutes away from the Champs de Mars and Ecole Militaire in the chic 7th arrondissement. As you step through the door and smell the scent of yuzu, the aromatic Japanese citrus fruit from which this spa gets its name, you’ll feel your stress melt away.
Read our full review of Yuzuka HERE.
145 Rue Saint-Dominique, 75007 Paris, France 0.79 km
65 Quai d'Orsay, 75007 Paris, France 0.53 km
Founded in 1960 by a pioneer in bilingual education, Mrs. Patricia Lennen, this school welcomes children and their families from all over the world. With their staff of well-qualified and experienced teachers, they continue to adapt the concept of bilingual education affording children the skill to think and learn in both French and English from the beginning of their schooling – from ages 2 thru 11 years old.
194 Rue de Grenelle, 75007 Paris, France 0.55 km
Metro: École Militaire (line 8)
Missing that Betty Crocker cake mix and frosting in a tub or Lucky Charms cereal? The Real McCoy is an American grocer with two locations around the corner from each other, packed with items you may not find elsewhere, and a small café serving American-style breakfast, lunch, brunch and dinner – cooked to order. And come November, you can also order your Thanksgiving turkey — uncooked or cooked and ready to take home to the dinner table with cranberry sauce and stuffing.
15 Rue Edgar Faure, 75015 Paris, France 0 km
Founded in 1954, École Jeannine Manuel has now become the largest non-denominational independent school in France. With a mission to promote international understanding through the bilingual education of a multicultural community of students and parents, they now educate 2,900 students, representing over 65 nationalities, between their Paris and Lille locations.
For new non-French speaking students beginning in CE1 (~age 7) and up to seconde (~age 15), enrollment takes place in “adaptation” classes where they follow a one-year French immersion program. Further special instruction in French continues for another additional year including three additional hours of French each week and individual support, as required.
They have 4 locations in Paris and boarding opportunities at their Lille, France location.
Metro: Duroc (lines 10 and 13)
English-speaking Dr. Guglielmina specializes in gynecology and gynecologic surgery, with a calm and very professional demeanor and gentle bedside manner, which can be hard to find in this country. Practices at the American Hospital of Paris and at this address on Wednesday mornings.
Metro: Invalides (lines 8 and 13)
Founded nearly forty years ago, in 1978, the Canadian Women’s Group in Paris aims to enhance your enjoyment of Paris through valuable friendships and new experiences with fellow Canadian women residing in France. They organize a wide range of activities such as guided visits of Paris’ many beautiful sites and museums, outings to the theater, concerts and operas, as well as book and bridge clubs. To keep their members informed, a monthly newsletter is published and monthly meetings keep members active throughout the year.
Specialist children’s hairdressers with TVs at each seat, a playroom for waiting, and a small toy when finished. They’ve been a fixture in the 17th near Parc Monceau for 15 years and are now in the 7th and 9th arrondissements . Also, the owner recently designed her own children’s clothing line which is available for purchase in the salons.
Established over 40 years ago as an independent and not-for-profit organization, all of their teachers hold AMI (Assoication Montessori Internationale) diplomas. The school offers a unique bilingual Montessori education, at 3 locations in the heart of Paris, for children from 2-9 years old.
Get ready to rock ‘n roll! What better way for kids and teens to develop their musical talents than to join a band? Musicians in grades 3 to 12 (or CE2 – terminale) can join Rock U, which holds practice sessions at the American Church. Guitarist and vocalist Matt Black, a familiar face at parties and Anglophone events, leads the Rock U. You can register for Fall, Winter, or Spring sessions, and everyone’s invited to the Rock U band’s concerts at the end of each session. Cost is 335€ per session.
Read about Rock U and other activities in our Ultimate Guide to After-School and Weekend Activities for Kid!
As a new concept over 20 years ago, Blanc d’Ivoire creates new furniture designs that mix together the past with the newest trends. With their elegant and simple style these pieces can easily fit in any room of a your home.
Their new collection strives to return to the fundamentals while taking you into the timeless world of creation. The clean lines and curves, the natural materials and colors represent the best in the French way of life and interior design.
Metro: Alma-Marceau (line 9)
The largest English-language lending library on the European continent, the ALP is more than just a library. It hosts popular evenings with authors and singers, organizes reading groups for toddlers, children and adults as well as offers writing workshops for teenagers. The super friendly staff serves more than 2,500 members from more than 60 different countries.