Winter in Paris - arguably the most magical time to visit. The city is quiet, grey, and the gardens are resting for the winter preparing to blossom in the spring. A slight wind whispers through the stone and brick buildings. Parisians walk briskly about, bearing shopping bags with holiday gifts. Well-lit stores along Rue Saint-Honoré are bustling, beckoning passers by with beautiful holiday window installations. Cafés and hotels take on a new feeling of welcome at the end of a day, abundant with hot chocolate, hot chaud, and champagne. For all of these reasons and more, wintertime in this historic city is a must. During your next winter escape to Paris, we hope you visit to some of our favorite spots listed below.
Nanashi - a trendy Japanese Bento in the Marais.
Galeries Lafayette, Food Hall - an epic culinary wonderland.
Hermes, Saint-Honoré - the luxury brand's flagship store.
Chez Julien - a quintessential Parisian bistro near Notre-Dam.
Champs Elysees Christmas Day Festival - a bustling street fair complete with macarons & hot wine.