Did you say Cherry Blossoms in Paris? Yes! Everyone knows about Japan, but Paris is also one of the best places for cherry blossoms. You can find these gorgeous pink blooms all over the city, but also at Paris’ main landmarks, making the city of love even more romantic and beautiful.
As someone who’s lived in Paris her entire life, it has become a tradition of mine to chase the cherry blossoms every April. During that month, the weather gets sunnier, and strolling around surrounded by these lovely flowers, is a real pleasure.
Cherry blossoms in Paris usually start blooming at the beginning of April and end in mid-April. However, it (obviously) depends on the past winter’s weather and it can vary from year to year: they might bloom later in April if winter was too cold.
If you are planning a trip to Paris during springtime, use this guide to find the best places to see the city’s cherry blossoms.
Between March and May, the City of Love bursts into a blooming dream! Spending spring in Paris is an experience you will not forget! You will find blossoming trees everywhere, and of different varieties. The whole city vibrates with new-found excitement. The longer and sunnier daytime will allow you to enjoy all the blooming beauties Paris has to offer. Here I listed for you the best spots, and the best time to check them out!
Paris is a lovely place to enjoy the festive season! There are many nice decorated spots and some beautiful Christmas trees! If you’re looking for perfect christmassy pictures, this is the right blogpost for you! In other words, I’ve listed all the places you can enjoy during the most beautiful time of the year in the capital of lights and love! And probably take some Instagram worthy shots!
Every year, a giant tree is erected in the very heart of the Galeries Lafayette’s central court. Standing high above all shoppers, it shines against a dazzling backdrop erected in Art Nouveau architecture! This tree is a sight to behold in itself and makes any stroll in the iconic department store well worth it. Only if you’re not afraid of crowds!
At the end of June, I travelled to the region of Provence with Marina (@marichankobe) and Ophélie (@labengale) for a crazy weekend in the lavender fields. I had the best time of my life! It was my first time in this part of France, and I instantly fell in love! This post is full of information and some of my favorite pictures ever! So if you’re planning or dreaming of a trip to Provence, keep reading, I’m giving you our whole itinerary!