Nomad’s guide to Paris

Paris is one of our favorite cities in Europe! It's famous for its romantic atmosphere, rich culture and beautiful architecture. Everything from the Eiffel Tower, walks along the charming streets lined with small cafes, to the delicious food and famous museums. Paris has so much to offer that it's hard not to fall in love with it. If you're looking for a trip full of art, history, and romance, Paris is the perfect place to go!


Le Mary Celeste

Lovely restaurant placed in Marais! They have amazing sharing plates and natural wine. A really good place for lunch or dinner!
Clown Bar

Located in Paris’s vibrant 11th arrondissement, Le Clown Bar is a charming restaurant known for its exquisite cuisine, blending traditional French techniques with innovative flair. And you will be eating in the most beautiful surroundings!


Clamato in Paris is a popular spot known for its fresh seafood and lively atmosphere. Their food is a perfect a fusion of French and seafood cuisine! PS. If you are not able to get a table while visiting Paris, consider try Septime or their wine bar Septime La Cave.
Chez Janou

Amazing little bistro located in Marais. Try their chocolate mousse, it’s so good!

Bistrot Paul Bert 

For a taste of classic French cuisine with a cozy ambiance, head to Bistro Paul Bert.
Early June

Located in the 10th arrondissement, Early June is a restaurant that you can’t reserve a table at - you simply have to meet up before they open at 6 and hope to catch a table! It’s worth the wait though, with amazing food, really good wine, charming vibes and great service.


Bambino offers great vibes, vinyls and food! A chic and contemporary dining experience in Paris.

Chambre Noir Cave

Great curated selection of wines, a hidden gem in the heart of Paris.
Le Cave du Septime

Located just around the corner from the restaurant Septime, you will find Le Cave du Septime, their own wine bar. It's a lovely natural wine bar that offers an excellent selection of wines and has great staff!
Seine River

When in Paris during the warmer months of spring or summer, head to the Seine River. Grab your favorite drinks, sit back, people-watch, and soak in the stunning views!


A very cute wine bar that also offers great small serving plates! It's such a lovely space, perfect for either sitting inside or standing outside in the sun for a quick wine.

Maison Maison

With a beautiful location at Pont Neuf, enjoy your favorite drink with a lovely view of the river!
Le Piaf

Great vibes with jazz, cocktails, and a place to go for a dance!


Explore the vibrant Marais district, known for its trendy boutiques, historic architecture, and lively atmosphere. A lovely area to stay in!

Saint Germain

Another great area to stay in when in Paris is Saint German. A great neighborhood where art, culture, and Parisian charm converge.
Hotel Amour

A very chic boutique hotel located in the heart of Paris.
Hoxton Hotel

A vibrant and cozy hotel that oozes Parisian charm. The hotel is located in the 2nd arrondissement in an 18th-century residence with original staircases.

Hotel Le Presbytère

A small little boutique hotel located in Marais.


Partisan Café

A trendy and cosmopolitan coffee shop where you can savor delicious coffee while soaking in the vibrant energy of the city.
Boot Café

Small and intimate coffee shop, that only has 8 seats - but really good coffee!

At io.café, you'll find a straightforward menu focused solely on specialty coffee, complemented by a daily rotating selection of pastries.
Café Kitsune

Cafe Kitsuné is a cool and modern cafe, and it is easy to feel welcome at any one of their spots.
Ten Belles

Ten Belles remains one of the city's pioneer specialty coffee spots, consistently serving really good house blends roasted by Belleville Brûlerie. Its compact space leads to a good place for takeaway coffee.

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Café Charlot

A classic Parisian café situated in the 3rd arrondissement with charming outdoor seating, ideal for enjoying a glass of orange juice, coffee, and a croissant!

Les Deux Margots

Café Les Deux Magots is located in Saint-Germain and is one of the oldest cafés in Paris—perfect for enjoying a café au lait and a croissant!

Café de Flore

Café de Flore is an iconic Parisian café that has been around since 1887, catering to poets, writers, and philosophers over the years, including Picasso, Trotsky, and Hemingway. It's a great spot for breakfast—be sure to try their croissant or eggs!

Boulangerie Mamiche

A bakery located in the 9th and 10th arrondissements, they offer a wide range of bread and pastries!

If you're craving a classic breakfast with waffles or a croque madame, head to Buvette!