Book Review: Paris by Ladurée
I have found the cutest little book that has me craving a trip to Paris.
Who doesn’t want to go to Paris?
This little guide, Paris by Ladurée, is full of incredible recommendations that a perfectly curated. It is quite a perfect gift for any travel addict.
Ladurée, the iconic Parisian patisserie founded in 1862, is home to the world‑renowned double macaron, invented by Pierre Desfontaines, grandson of the founder, in 1930. Since 1993, the company has expanded from a single bakery into an international chain, with stores in more than 25 countries, including Great Britain, Japan, Brazil, Singapore, and, most recently, the United States (New York and Miami).
Now, in Paris by Ladurée, author Serge Gleizes compiles the iconic luxury patisserie’s favorite Parisian addresses and guides readers to the best that the most elegant city in the world has to offer in cuisine, table decoration, interior design, beauty, fashion, hotels, and culture.
Divided into four sections—“Cuisine, ” “Fashion and Beauty, ” “Interior Design, ” and “Culture”— this chic, pocket‑sized guide includes 200 of the best addresses in Paris, advising where to stay, where to eat, and where to see and be seen. Beautifully illustrated with more than 200 color photographs and illustrations, it is the perfect gift for stylish Parisians and visitors alike.
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