Cafe de Flore, Paris, France


Do you like this mythical Parisian cafe? Founded in 1880s, this unique place remained the favorite “lieu de rencontre” for generations of Parisians. Often frequented by writers, philosophers, artists in the past, for several past decades – this wonderful Parisian cafe became the target of numerous tourists who practically invade the place every day… Boulevard St. Germain, the square, the feeling, the atmosphere… a glass of wine… early morning cafe, first issue of the newspapers, breakfast, a good book, strong smell of a cigar, the famous lovely nonchalance, the right time to redefine the goals in life, a moment for yourself, an evening with friends, a romantic dinner…

Il n’ya plus d’après a St. Germain des Près… Il n’y a qu’aujourd’hui!

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