A weekend in Paris in May is different for everyone. It’s enjoying the city early in the morning with the sounds of the open window. It’s the thrill of seeing magnolia blossoms against the backdrop of a luxurious mansion. It’s an elegantly dressed Parisian with a cigarette on a French balcony. It’s champagne bubbles swirling around your head on a rooftop bar overlooking the Eiffel Tower. It’s the first croissant on the square since morning. It’s the music that resounds in the stone of Paris’ architecture.
On the Go to Star author tour, you’ll have the opportunity to see 19th century Paris in all its splendor, sip rare French champagne at the city’s most party bar and then spend a beautiful evening at the Don Quixote ballet at the Grand Opera House.
The most delicious and hard-to-find restaurants, traditional eateries and the best croissant bakeries that open early in the morning when the city wakes up are already booked and waiting for us.
— how much the crystal chandelier at the Opera Garnier weighs and how the ceiling painted by Chagall looks like;
— the domes of which church, according to legend, repeat the outlines of the breasts of the famous Parisian courtesan;
— where Kaverin drank four bottles of champagne;
— what restaurant Balzac liked to dine at;
— how many oysters Parisians ate in the XIX century.