CITY SECRETS PARIS: The fifth and most recent  guide in the City Secrets series

Food and travel writers, artists, photographers, wine connoisseurs, chefs, couturiers, fashion stylists, interior designers, among many others, recommend their favorite overlooked places in Paris

  • Bypass the crowd in front of the Mona Lisa and, a few feet away, discover an overlooked Giorgione masterpiece
  • Find a keepsake at Vernaison, the oldest flea market in Saint-Ouen
  • Take a sunrise stroll from Saint Germain to the Ile Saint Louis
  • Savor the best Napoleon in Paris!

“Tips are practical (for the perfect one-mile jog, loop around the perimeter of the Tuileries) and personal: legendary designer Azzedine Alaïa reveals his favorite bookstore (Les Cahiers de Colette, in the Marais), and three-Michelin-starred chef Alain Passard raves about the Boulangerie Stéphane Henry on the Canal St. Martin.”
Condé Nast Traveler

“Planning yet another trip to the French capital? Then snap up a copy of City Secrets Paris.
The Independent

  • With over 250 venues and 150 contributors, this is a guidebook that both natives and visitors will enjoy
  • Detailed maps, keyed to the text
  • Clothbound and pocket-sized
  • Covers more of the city than a standard guide, and includes day trips
  • A portion of the proceeds from the sale of each book is donated to Médecins Sans Frontière