Bienvenue à Paris (Welcome to Paris)
"Our guide spent the right amount of time with us at our hotel learning what we already knew about Paris, our area, and what we wanted from this most recent trip. With her guidance, we used the metro and the bus system and loved it. She also recommended several smaller museums, which proved to be outstanding."
Lindsey is a journalist based in Paris. She is a regular contributor to the New York Times, Conde Nast Traveler, Afar Magazine, Food & Wine, Fortune Magazine, and other international titles, where she largely covers French culture and travel. Her first book "The New Paris: the People, Places & Ideas Fueling a Movement" was release to wide acclaim in 2017 and she is the host of the podcast "The New Paris". Her second book will be released by Abrams Books in spring 2020. She has lived in Paris with her husband since 2006.
Kasia is a handbag designer and freelance writer from New York, now a local in Paris's North Marais for over seven years. Her passion for fashion and design has led her to create her own 'Made in Paris' label as well as to discover other emerging independent Parisian designers. In addition to writing her blog "Love in the City of Lights" Kasia writes on the topics of lifestyle, fashion and luxury for leading magazines and sites including Bonjour Paris, France Today Magazine, Eluxe Magazine and LUXOS. Kasia and her handbags continue to be featured around the world.
Sara has a Bachelor's degree in journalism from Syracuse University and comes to Paris from New York, where for nearly seven years she was an editor at the New York Post, covering lifestyle and entertainment. Following some time working in London, she decided to pursue freelance writing full time and now writes for the likes of the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, Hemispheres, Travel & Leisure and more. Since relocating to Paris two years ago, she's written about a Louis Vuitton exhibit at the Grand Palais, van Gogh's final home in Auvers-sur-Oise, hidden cocktail bars in Paris, the castles of the Loire Valley, and the hottest restaurants on both sides of the Seine. When not writing about the city (and beyond), she can be found exploring new destinations by bike or through yoga, which she makes a point of practicing in any new country she visits.
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