Paris’ relationship with time is one of the reasons it has maintained its centuries-old charm. Anyone who visits Paris will tell you that time means something quite different there. It slows down and expands making room for things that you would normally be too busy for back home, such as endless cups of coffee or meandering walks through the city. Grand maisons still stand proud but have left some room for buildings of newer times to shine, such as the Pompidou Centre. Always a catalyst of culture, the city is witnessing a renaissance as new galleries pop up next to well-respected museums and a slew of international restaurants enter the dining scene sitting quite comfortably alongside quintessential French bistros.
Join us as we travel the globe, uncovering up and coming destinations while revisiting the classics in a fresh light. We’ll take you everywhere – from frigid expeditions on the Faroe islands to weird and wonderful bachelorette parties in Vegas.
We'll tell you where you can find the perfect boutique hotel in Paris for under €100, if you tell us about the best dive bar in your city. Deal? Share your stories and photos with #SUITCASEtravels.