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1 avenue de Madrid, 199 avenue Charles de Gaulle, Paris, 92200, France

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The garden under the snow.The garden under the snow.

Forum Posts

Where to find Gluten Free Food in Paris?

by graphicscorpio

Hi, I have celiac / coeliac and can't eat foods with gluten. Can anyone tell me the name of markets that sell gluten free items? And are there any beloved bakeries that sell gluten free breads or other wonderful french pastries? I have a "restaurant card" that explains in French that I require foods that are gluten free. In case anyone else needs this card here is the link. (http://www.celiactravel.com/gluten-free-cards/14-french.html) Thank you so much for any tips!

Re: Where to find Gluten Free Food in Paris?

by zuriga

There is actually a gluten-free B&B in Paris called Gluten Free. They have a website you can look at. There are some bakeries in Paris that sell things made without flour... Pierre Hermes macarons have none and the larger department stores like Galeries Lafayette and Monoprix sell a few items that are supposed to be the same.

Here is a good article about eating gluten-free in Paris.

http://www.davidlebovitz.com/2007/10/glutenfree-eati/

Amazing what a bit of Googling can find!

Re: Where to find Gluten Free Food in Paris?

by graphicscorpio

Wow! This info has been VERY helpful. Thank you very, very much!

Travel Tips for Paris

We loved Paris when it drizzled!

by parismumsie

My daughter, 5 year old granddaughter and I went to Paris last March. Although the weather
hovered in the 40's and it was cloudy and drizzled a lot, we found a bright spot....not many tourists! Tuilerie Gardens was almost deserted, which gave us the feeling of having it almost to ourselves. My granddaughter got to ride the beautiful carousel all by herself. My pictures were incredible because there weren't as many tourists in the way. The museums were not crowded so we were able to take our time to enjoy. My favorite thing? I loved everything about Paris. I would recommend visiting the Musee Rodin and Picasso. Lovely small museums! The best memory would be seeing Paris with my daughter and granddaughter. I was not prepared for how beautiful everything would be. The shops, the food, the language, the architecture. We did not go with a tour group. My daughter did our itinerary. We used the Metro except for one very rainy day. That's the way to see Paris! I long to return.

Shuttle from/to CDG airport

by Plumeria54

We booked a shuttle with Paris Shuttle to get from CDG airport to our hotel and back again at the end of the trip. Relatively inexpensive for 2 of us, and made it easier to get to/from hotel with luggage and being tired after a long flight. The driver was close to on-time pickup for the return trip. Would use them again. Booked it through www.parishuttle.com

Notre-Dame de Paris...

by eladr

Notre-Dame de Paris Notre-Dame, the Paris Catholic cathedral. Notre-Dame indeed dates back to the 13th century and is one of the masterpieces of Gothic art in Western Europe. Its stainglasses and the huge interior are really stunning artistic experiences of mystical dimension. Located on the Cit? island and surrounded by the Seine river, Notre-Dame is a flagship in the Parisian landscape and provides a magnificent view of the city from the top of its towers.

Food time!

by Eilian

You will notice that most European eat later than North American. Especially for lunch as well as dinner.
It's up to you to eat at restaurants at 6pm rather than 8 or 9pm. I would go later, to be with the city.

Petanque at Arene Lutece *5e

by shrimp56

The first time I visited the remains of the Roman Arene Lutece it was completely empty. This last visit it was full of life including these men playing petanque or boules. Checkout the website for the rules as well as this website too! http://www.discoverfrance.net/France/Sports/DF_boules.shtml
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The game, related to the Italian bocce and British lawn bowling, is reputed to have originated in the south of France. http://www.pavilion.co.uk/petanque/origins.html
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Whatever the history these guys were having a lovely afternoon of it!

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