Paris is home to artists, poets, philosophers and romantics – not to mention great architecture, cuisine and museums. 50 million tourists come to Paris every year, making it the third most visit city in the world. I come to Paris as a feng shui consultant in search of the European or French form of feng shui. Paris is a birthplace of bikini, stethoscope and a pencil sharpener among other things – feng shui things. Arboreal Paris is famous for its 484 000 trees which boost the biophilia effect of this picturesque capital of France.
Travel in Paris
The best way to get to Paris from London is by Eurostar. Once in Paris, metro and foot are the best modes of transport. You can try the bikes but I’m not sure about them, to be honest. Retro tours on motorcycles is another mode of transport you can try to see Paris in a day or water Batobus tour is another one. Parisian metro has a distinct aroma, coming from the cleaning liquid they use. At one point, they tried a different cleaning material and people object because it didn’t smell the same. So you can say, that Paris has a distinct olfactory vibe (not to mention all the top brands such as Channel number 5, Dior and Opium).
High, panoramic views of Paris
There are several good places to have an overview of Paris. Tour de Eiffel is one of the obvious ones if you fancy queuing for hours or walking countless steps. There are 30 replicas of Eiffel tower around the world. Montparnasse Tower is a good alternative to the Eiffel Tower and has the highest roof terrace in Paris and Europe’s fastest lift which for lift fanatics is an attraction of itself. From Montparnasse Tower Panoramic Observation Dec, you can see all top power places such as the Eiffel tower, Arc the Triumph, Louvre, Notre Dame, Champs Elysées, and the rest.
Visual art and graffiti
If you don’t want to spend time in art galleries, street art and graffiti is a good alternative. You can use the street map app to guide you to the most visual graffitis in Paris
The energy of food in Paris
The oldest Parisian cafe is Café Procope which was open in 1686 and also works as a museum for its famous patrons such as Voltaire, Marie Antoinette. Snails are one of the most famous dishes you can try there.
The green hour, around 5 pm is the drinking time, named in reference to absynthe – also known as ‘green fairy’ – very strong alcohol which was banned in 1914 for a century.
Macarons are mythic in Paris. If you’re a fan, you need to try macaroon cookery class at Le Cordon Bleu.
Feng shui consultants in Paris, France
There are feng shui consultants in Paris. But if you live in Paris are looking for a feng shui consultant near you – with 30+ years of experience in feng shui, vastu and environmental psychology feel free to call/text me on +447956 288574 for a quote for feng shui consultation for your home or workplace. Although I live in London, I do remote feng shui consultations. Email me