To call Everyday Paris a guidebook is to do it a deep disservice, while also grossly misrepresenting the value of guidebooks. In many ways this feels like a new, and much needed, approach to travel in general, rather than just a guide to Paris.
Too often I have found myself infuriated with guidebooks which force you into a sort of check-box tourism, and with other travellers racing around the city and queuing for attractions, without stopping to appreciate the place they're in.
This guide speaks to a desire within all of us to truly experience the places we go, and in fact I'd argue that desire lies at the heart of the very reason we travel in the first place. But as Brett… Read more