1. Where to shop: Rue de Rivoli & Rue Saint Honoré. The two streets run parallel to each other. On Rue de Rivoli you'll find high street shops like Mango, H&M, and Zara. But you'll also find the cultural  spot Le Louve. On Rue Saint Honoré you'll find luxury shops like Balenciaga, Goyard, and Colette. Close to Saint Honoré you'll find Place Vendrome where you'll find Chanel jewelry, Dior and the iconic black Comme des garçons door. Nearby on Rue Cambon you'll find the original Chanel boutique. 

2. To see at night: You must go see the Eiffel tower at night! I actually celebrated my new years eve in front of the Eiffel Tower. 

3. Where to eat at night: There is so many good restaurants in Paris. You'll find them on all street corners. But I highly recommend the restaurant "Le 6 Paul Bert" located at Rue Paul Bert. This is seriously gourmet food, where you'll get small dishes - and then it's not that expensive compared to what you get. 

4. Another place to shop: The area around Rue Jacob is so cozy. You'll find a lot of cafes and stores like Isabel Marant, Jerome Dreyfuss, Laudree and Aesop. 

5. To see at day: Le Grande Mosque is so beautiful! It located in the Latin quarter, near the botanical garden. 

6. Where to stay: I have stayed in two different areas the two last times I visited Paris. First in Montmartre and second in the Latin quarter. My favorite is the Latin quarter. It's not that far from Saint Honoré and cultural places like Jardin Luxemborg, Notre Dame, and the grande mosque. In this quarter you'll also find a lot of nice cafes and restaurants. I feel in love with a cafe called Strada cafe - you must go visit it, if you're staying in the Latin quarter! 

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  1. Jeg har selv været i Paris, og det er en rigtig god guide du har lavet dig... Hvordan laver du dine kollager?

    1. Tak Celina :-)
      Jeg laver dem i picasa