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December 23, 2017 Lifestyle 1 Comment Email Email

In the past those wandering around Paris on a Sunday were confronted with an abundance of closed signs. But in more recent times the city has evolved and a lively Sunday scene has emerged. Born from a love of laidback Sundays, Sundays in Paris is the culmination of the popular blog by the same name. This comprehensive city guide features the best places to eat, drink and explore in the beloved City of Light.

While living in Paris, author Yasmin Zeinab discovered bustling pockets of activity behind the seemingly sleepy façade, filled with Parisians enjoying their weekends in cafés across the city. With chapters including Coffee, Brunch, Dinner + Drinks, Cultural Attractions, Gardens + Outdoor Spots, Markets + Foodie Stops, Shopping and The Essentials, Sundays in Paris is the only guidebook you’ll need to live life like a true Parisian.

All 20 of the arrondissements that spiral outwards in a clockwise direction are featured in this book. Despite its size, Paris has managed to retain a sense of small-town charm. The arrondissements each boast their own unique characteristics and subculture, making each one distinct from the next. The Seine gives the city a further distinction, cutting it neatly into two halves: the sophisticated, moneyed Left Bank and the diverse, trendy Right Bank, each full of endless sights to explore.

Yasmin shares her insight into Paris’ growing specialty coffee culture and budding brunch scene as well as highlighting the best of its dining establishments, bars, museums, galleries, shops, gardens and markets. Sundays in Paris include full-day and half-day itineraries, so the only thing you need to think about is which one you’re going to follow each morning.

Experience the best of the city with Sundays in Paris, on any day of the week.

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  1. Larry Davis says:

    There is certainly plenty to do on a Sunday in Paris but it is correct that it is in pockets and certain areas are closed off to traffic which makes it harder to provide morning tours by car. The hardest thing to deal with is finding good restaurants open. It’s all a small price to pay for less noise & pollution.

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