Stepping into Café de Flore is like stepping into a time capsule, into an era when the Left Bank was a bohemian enclave for the likes of Pablo Picasso and Ernest Hemingway. The interior---red booths, mahogany, polished brass railings---has changed little since the Art Deco period, but anyone who is anyone knows that the best seats in the house are actually out on the sidewalk, where the people watching can't be beat and the city's café iconic culture is at its finest. Next time you find yourself in Paris, use our list of the best things to do, from local favorites that will make you feel like a true Parisian, to some of the best sites and experiences---link in bio. 📷: @nataliaparismodel
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