Saint Honore Market Square Place du Marche St Honoré A former convent that became a club during the 1789 revolution and transformed into a market in the XIXth century.
The Saint Honore Square now houses a glass covered market designed by Boffill, with different offices and up-market, fashionable decoration shops. Nice unusual boutiques surround the square along with trendy restaurants which display soughtafter shades terraces in the summer. An interesting contrast between modernity and peacefulness for this tipically Parisian square.
Place du Marche St Honoré 75001 Paris
Metro: Pyramides, Opera, Tuileries Free Access
until the 11 / 30 / 2014
How to become Parisian in one hour Learning to be Parisian through comedy
As tourists there are some quirks we have all noticed among the Parisians...Olivier Giraud has too noticed that the Parisian are unique in the behaviour. Having observed for himself the tourists of all nationalities in Paris, he decided to not shy away from the hard-hitting questions of how one becomes a real Parisian. It is not an easy feat to master the Parisian attitude but Olivier has put together a fail proof guideline of french etiquette that will leave you embracing the oh la la factor.
Theatre des Nouveautés
24 bd Poissonniere 75009 Paris
Every Friday and Saturday @ 7PM, Sunday @ 6PM, Monday 8PM
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Paris capital of shopping beckons you for a memorable experience. For that perfect stay, 5 thematic itineraries just for you Take a new look at Paris!
Your wish list: find what youre looking for, and also find what you didnt know you were looking for. Find some bargains that go from minor to major... and all this while enjoying Paris and its gardens, eateries, museums...
The French Open Roland Garros Tennis Tournament The Roland-Garros tennis tournament in the spring is the world mecca of ground tennis, it is one of the key ATP competitions with Flushing Meadows, Wimbledon and Melbourne.
It was here that great players such as Borg, Graf, Wilander, Lendl, Kuerten and Nadal made their debut and here that spectators experienced some of the most exciting and spectacular matches in tennis history.
Clay courts slow the ball down and produce a high bounce when compared to grass and synthetic courts. As such, over the years, clay court specialists have evolved who often succeed here whilst higher ranked players may struggle.
One of the highly selective foursome of Grand Slam tournaments...