All Tours: 6

France swung open its doors to the world for a grand exhibition not once, but five times from 1855 to 1900. The Exposition Universelles were meant to showcase the artistic and cultural grandeur of France. Many of Paris' structures were created…

Le Marais, situated in the 3rd and 4th arrondissements of Paris, is considered one of the city's most culturally diverse neighborhoods. Boasting unique street art, upscale shops, delicious restaurants, and many historical sites, Le Marais is a…

Retail has always played a big role in Parisian life and culture. Over the centuries, many changes surrounding the way retail functions in Paris have occurred. Parisians used to wander up and down passages, observing everything around them. Entering…

The neighborhood of Montparnasse, located on the left bank of Paris in the 14th arrondissement, first became prominent during the era between the World Wars. By examining life and death in this unique district during this Interwar period, one can see…

The Jardin des Tuileries is situated in the heart of Paris, directly on the Right Bank of the River Seine. It began as a royal space with the Palais des Tuileries, built to house French monarchs beginning in the late 16th century. Since then, the…

Eugène Atget is known as the "father of modern photography." Over the course of three decades, between the end of the 19th century and his death in 1927, Atget made thousands of photographs of Paris. In doing so, he captured an indexical survey of a…