Quartier de Montmartre

Montmartre est un quartier au charme authentique, célèbre pour la basilique du Sacré-Cœur et sa vue magnifique sur Paris. Après l'incontournable visite de la basilique, les visiteurs partent pour une flânerie historique sur la Butte Montmartre. La balade se poursuit en redescendant vers le Moulin Rouge, cabaret historique aux soirées endiablées et mondialement connues. Sur leur chemin, les visiteurs apprécient les vitrines créatives et tendance des rues des Abbesses et Tardieu, le cosmopolisme de la rue de Steinkerque, le quartier coquin de Pigalle (sex-shops) et le cimetière de Montmartre.


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The International Heartbeat of Frankfurt

Dasitu Kajela-Röttger and her husband, Michael Röttger, are a real dream team, both privately and professionally. They met and fell in love in 1985, at an African festival in their chosen home of Frankfurt am Main.

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The Present is Female

The music scene is a domain in which women have traditionally been on the passive side of things: as muses, as fans in front of the stage, or as groupies. Does that sound a little antiquated? Indeed it is! There have long been amazing women involved in front of, behind, or next to the stage.

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When in Doubt, Anarchy

Tim Renner is a legend in the music and culture business. As a manager at Universal, he discovered bands such as Rammstein, and from 2014 to 2016, he was Berlin’s state secretary for cultural affairs, initiating a digitalisation offensive.

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Mona’s Cake Repertoire

Mona Asuka combines two passions: playing the piano and baking. The Munich-born professional musician tells COMPANION why the two disciplines are in fact quite similar — and she also shares her recipe for the perfect summer cake.

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Find Your Own Woodstock

Be it for a musical weekend trip with the family, melodious evenings at a winery, or experiencing the jazz stars of tomorrow performing live — COMPANION presents the best festivals close to our cities.

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Petit Paris

In all its sophistication, Paris often feels very grown up. But the pleasures it holds for pint-sized bon vivants are manifold, if you know where to look.

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