The New Paris by Lindsay Tramauta
When people think of Paris, they may have a romantic, sepia-toned version in their minds, picturing cafes and museums old, venerable architecture. I’ve been going to Paris annually since 2000, and I can attest that it’s not a place dedicated wholeheartedly to the past. Paris is a vibrant, contemporary city, and its historic elements live alongside new, fresh places, restaurants and shops.
Lindsay Tramauta lives there as a writer and author, and her book, The New Paris, goes a long way toward helping people see and experience the vitality of the new Paris. This book can help people see what the new generation of creatives is bringing to an old classic.