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Paris Travel Guide

Just a month ago, we got the chance to spend a few days in Paris. We were able to enjoy iconic spots in the city while also uncovering some of the city’s hidden gems.
Based on our experience, we would like to recommend you some places and ideas to help you make the most of a couple of days in Paris. Whether it’s enjoying a meal at our go-to Greek restaurant, wandering through the streets hunting for urban art, or finding a unique souvenir to bring back from the heart of France. Let’s dive in!

MilK Magazine Pop-up

During our stay in Paris, the opening of the MilK Magazine Pop-up took place in the city. We participated with a selection of items from our AW23 collection. It was great to see those of you who stopped by!

Marché des Enfants Rouges / Le Traiteur Marocain

Although the Pop-up only lasted for a few days, it was close to the Marché des Enfants Rouges. There we took the opportunity to stop and have a meal at Le Traiteur Marocain, a Moroccan food stall inside the market. We recommend you to check out the daily special, which is usually a dish with a base of couscous and vegetables, and trying it with a pita bread. Perfect match!

I.O Café
16 Rue Dupetit-Thouars

Near the market, you’ll find I.O Café, great place for grabbing a good coffee after your meal and recharging for the afternoon. If you’re lucky, you can snag a table on their small terrace. If not, we advise taking your coffee to go and strolling to Square du Temple, a lovely little park nearby.

Canal Saint-Martin

The canal is one of our favorite areas, and we invite you to take an afternoon stroll along its route and stop wherever you like for a drink. The atmosphere is fantastic any day of the week.

Your next stop in the canal area should be El Nopal (3 Rue Eugène Varlin). There you can enjoy authentic Mexican tacos to go and enjoy them by the canal.

To finish up, very close by, we recomend you to enjoy some drinks at Le Comptoir Général (84 Quai de Jemmapes). Describing this place is not easy, but you just have to go and let the atmosphere sweep you away!


If you’ve ever been to Paris, you’ve probably noticed the tile mosaics that decorate the walls and facades of some buildings. These are the work of the street artist Invader, who creates these retro pixelated-style compositions. How many of them can you find in the streets of Paris?

Yvon Lambert
14 Rue des Filles du Calvaire

In Le Marais, you’ll find Yvon Lambert, a must-visit bookstore in Paris. Here, you can find all kinds of art, fashion, and photography magazines and publications. At the back, there’s a gallery space dedicated to art. We highly recommend it.

Dreamin Man
140 Rue Amelot

Not far from there, you can enjoy a peaceful oasis at Dreamin Man. It’s a small specialty coffee shop where you can enjoy a delicate and relaxed atmosphere. Pair your coffee with one of the fresh pastries and take a moment to meditate.

Le Centre Pompidou

Specifically, we want to recommend the exhibition “Corps à corps”, which we had the pleasure to visit during our days in Paris. It offers an original perspective on photographic representations of the human race and will be open until March 2024.

23 Rue Eugène Carrière

In the Montmartre area, there’s Étsi, a Greek-style restaurant that left us delighted. They serve incredibly tasty Mediterranean cuisine. The ideal option is ordering several dishes and sharing among friends. If we had to choose just one… It would probably be the octopus and baklava for dessert.

Delicatessen Cave
136 Rue Amelot

And to wrap it up, a souvenir from Paris! We’d like to suggest something different, so our recommendation is to visit Delicatessen Cave. There, you can seek advice from the staff and take home a bottle of natural wine or some cold cuts. It’s the perfect gift for someone you love or just for you to enjoy on your return!

That’s all! We hope that whether you’re planning to travel to Paris soon or if you’re already there, you can enjoy some of the places on this guide. Spending time in Paris is always a pleasure, so make the most of it while you can!

Au revoir!