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The Paris Blog
Vingt Paris Magazine
Chef Morgan

Paris by Mouth
Filles Sourires
(Music)
Paris by Photo

Girls Guide to Paris
Paris, Francis or bust!
24 chansons (24 French songs as selected by DJ FM)

Le Fooding
Born “by chance”, but having taken the culinary world by storm, the Paris-based (and now international) Le Fooding movement has authored not only guides, but all kinds of memorable events in cities like Paris, New York and Milan. While the movement began in Paris with Alexandre Cammas and his partner Emmanuel Rubin, Le Fooding’s initial events were immediately successful and began to galvanize foodies, cooks, critics, event planners and journalists throughout France.

Fine Dining Lovers – Paris
From the Marais to Saint Germain, from meat to macarons, join FDL.com on a gourmet tour (is there any other kind possible?) of Paris, an open-air epicurean heaven. Trying to draw an exhaustive map of “gourmet” Paris could be considered folly: after all, the French capital is the largest open-air gastronomic gold mine on the planet. A more realistic approach, instead, is to trace small thematic routes to enjoy during a day. And no gluttonous tour of Paris would be complete without a visit to the city’s most amazing food markets. (They visit le marché des Enfants Rouges).

Emergency phone number – 112

112 is the single European emergency phone number, available everywhere in the EU, free of charge.

Accidents can happen anywhere, anytime. It can happen to you, when you are visiting an EU country or at home. In case you are involved in, or witness, an accident, see a fire or spot a burglary, would you know which emergency number to call?

Reachable from fixed and mobile phones – Just remember 112!

You can call 112:

To contact any emergency service
In any EU country
From fixed phones, including public payphones, or mobile phones
Free of charge