European city of charme
For the inquisitive traveller wishing to avoid the obvious and in search of those unusual corners, small museums, artists' 'ateliers', medieval houses, hidden gardens and courtyards.
There is a Paris of old forgotten notice boards, sundials, fascinating details in the facade of buildings, the ghost stations of the underground network and their legends, and objects that can be found that were once a part of everyday life... Of course, more time is needed to dedicate one's attention to these places and relics, but there is a sense of reward for having come across something precious but unknown to most. Paris is an international city, and it is interesting to visit the institutions and places of cult of foreign countries.
This guide provides a key to interpretation which anyone can use to make their own new discoveries. It is suitable for those who wish to explore the lesser-known corners of the city, or those who want to discover the place by observing the details. It is easy to find oneself pleasantly caught up in the game of discovering new and unusual things every day, and if one allows oneself to do so, the show put on by an ever-changing city, familiar yet mysterious, becomes truly enchanting.
An aid to a deeper knowledge and understanding of this fascinating city.