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Summer Getaway

The Maison's Guide for Sunny Escapes in Paris and Around.

Enjoy picturesque summer days in Paris with Maison Unsaid. Curated with the places we love, here’s a list of some favourite spots in the city of love and around.

First, start your morning with breakfast at La Pagode de Cos, offering a blend of traditional French and Asian-inspired delights and intricate decor that evokes the grandeur of ancient pagodas.

Whether alone or with friends, delve into the contemporary arts at the Bourse de Commerce. This recently renovated building houses the Pinault Collection, showcasing a dynamic range of modern artworks in a stunning architectural setting.

After, replenish your appetite at Loulou Paris for a vibrant lunch in the heart of the Musée des Arts Décoratifs. Its picturesque terrace overlooks the Tuileries Garden— a perfect pause for refined French-Italian cuisine.

If you want to get out of the city without venturing too far, take a leisurely drive to Giverny and visit the Claude Monet Foundation to immerse yourself in the enchanting gardens that inspired Monet’s masterpieces. This unique experience is a serene escape, perfect for sparking creativity and enhancing one’s love for nature. Tip: Book your tickets ahead of time to skip the line. To avoid the crowd, attempt to go between 12 and 2 p.m.

Naturally, one must end their night with a savoury, gastronomic experience and, while in Giverny, grab a table at Le Jardin des Plumes. Temporarily relocated to the Giverny Museum, Chef David Gallienne’s tribute to Monet through local, organic cuisine is the perfect finale to a day full of art, culture, and culinary delights in and around Paris.

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