Paris – the most famous movie locations

Paris is no doubt the most cinematographic city in the world: it’s been the background of countless movies from the birth of cinema itself up to today. Wandering between the most famous places might make you fall in love even deeper with a city you know all about from the big screen, before even physically
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Paris – different cultures in one city

Paris is like a Babel of history, cultures and arts mix up – often in a bizarre way – among the city arrondissement. However, how to find those curious world spots that were able to create themselves 2some space in the Parisienne world? Let’s begin to discover these curiosities starting from Place de La Concorde:
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Paris – the best macarons in town

Trends often change frequently in the kitchen and in bakeries: New York cronuts or liquid nitrogen ice cream. Only one trend seems to never lose followers, especially in Paris: macarons. Small shells of almond powder with a delicate soft stuffing made with the fanciest flavors, often sold in boxes that remind us of those from
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Paris – the best vintage shops

In a city like Paris, having always had kind of a retrò soul, vintage shops flourish like daisies on a 70s blouse.  While walking around the arrondissement and the covered galleries, you breathe in an old-time air, where the real charm of the city lies. So, between raspberry macarons and bookstands, where can you find
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Paris – 5 things to do for free

Is Paris an expensive city?   Yes, well, just like all the major capitals, but it can be lived to the fullest even without spending a lot of money. Full of free museums or charming places to visit, in an exciting and economically fair way. Discovering the city for free will make it all better,
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Paris – discovering Batignolle

In the north of France, out of the Paris traffic and its stereotypes, in those suburbs ignored by everyone, a vital and sparkling neighborhood is putting itself in the spotlight: Batignolle, XVII arrondissement, the core of Parisian (and not only) hipster life. Looking at the history, this neighborhood in the Northwest of the city was
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Art in New York

In New York art is everywhere. In the streets, inside museums, in the basements converted in improvised galleries for extraordinary vernissages. This art enchantment began in the mid-twentieth century, with the opening of iconic museums like MoMa or Guggenheim, and from the 60s onwards New York has become the cradle of modern and contemporary art,
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New York – TV Series location

TV series are cruel. Once they end, after another intense binge watching session, they leave you with this loneliness feeling. New York is the perfect city to revisit in a single day countless great shows. Let’s see some highlights. Mad Men. The name of the show about the great publicists of the 50s that brought
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New York – Rock landmarks

New York is synonymous of underground music, swinging 70s and stars who started their path to glory here, leaving their undeletable mark in the city. If your big passion is music, there are a few places you can’t really miss when visiting the Big Apple. Start from the Greenwich Village, to visit the world famous
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New York – Architecture and future in Manhattan

New York architecture is the highest expression of any artist and dreamer: in such a small piece of land as Manhattan, you can take a stroll among creations from Frank Lloyd Wright or see the iconic Flatiron Building by Daniel H. Burnham. But if you want to discover the trendy, vanguard Manhattan you have to
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