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About Paris on Demand

Get to know Paris under a different perspective with Paris on Demand’s blog!

The Paris on Demand blog wishes to promote Paris to tourists and all Paris lovers who want to know more about the city of Light. You’ll find news and updates on life in Paris: the latest exhibitions, articles about museums, restaurants, off-the-beaten-track addresses, events, tips to prepare your trip or understand the Parisian way of life!

The blog was created in 2010. It has already become one of the most popular English-written blog about Paris and is frequently listed as one of the best English blogs about the French capital. It was elected one of Tastetravel’s best blogs in 2011 and 2012 and was recently short-listed by the Paris Tourism Office as one of the 45 best blogs about Paris.

More than 150 posts are online and this figure keeps on growing as two new articles are now posted every week:

  • an article about a museum, a famous place, an event…
  • an article “10 photos of…” featuring photos of famous Parisian landmarks.

The Paris on Demand blog has many contributors. Here is a short bio for them.

Pierre is the founder of Paris on Demand. A fanatic of Paris who lives in Montmartre, he loves to discover new places, restaurants, anecdotes about Paris and write about them.

Pierre started the company Paris on Demand in order to help tourists plan their trip and make the most of their stay in Paris thanks to the help and expertise of a Parisian insider. Pierre designs himself all the custom-tailored itineraries and shopping sessions offered by Paris on Demand. He has also carefully selected a few partners in order to offer a true Parisian experience thanks to thematic workshops like cooking classes, wine tastings…

An amateur photograph, he also likes to improve his technique in the streets of Paris by taking a lot of photos that frequently end up in one of the “10 photos of…” articles.


Florence is a French-American lawyer who lives in Nice. She writes weekly articles for FR2DAY about life on the French Riviera. She loves to spend weekends in Paris and discover all that the city has to offer.


Virginia Jones is a Birmingham free lance photographer. She fell in love with Paris on her first trip in 2007. Since that time she’s returned 7 times and posts a photo of Paris every day at Paris Through My Lens. In addition, she also features her hometown of Birmingham, Alabama on Birmingham Alabama Daily Photo. She has published a large collection of her Paris rouge photographs in Paris Rouge Through My Lens.

A talented photographer, Guillaume has given the Paris on Demand blog permission to use some of his best shots!

Do not hesitate to contact us if you want to become a contributor of the Paris on Demand blog or if you have any questions:

And if you plan on visiting Paris, Paris on Demand can help you enjoy your stay in Paris with complete peace of mind thanks to custom-tailored itineraries and a selection of thematic workshops!

3 Comments leave one →
  1. Kelly Herrmann permalink
    January 16, 2011 11:43 pm

    Bonjour! Je m’appelle Kelly et je suis excite a lire une blog de Paris! I just returned from my 3rd “pleasure” trip from Paris this week. Love the photos outside of Printemps – as I have the same (the dogs:). Bon Journee!

  2. March 14, 2011 12:07 pm

    Like the look of your blog and found the topics interesting. I am looking for some contributors to my website with reciprical links / recognition given in return. Is this something you would be interested in?

  3. Ernest P permalink
    July 30, 2011 2:12 pm

    Nice blog!!

    I like to discover a city from an insider point of view!

    Good luck Paris on Demand, and I will contact you to organize my trip next time I come to Paris.


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