7:30 am: Get up on the right side of the bed
8:30 am: Vintage breakfast
Imagine you're sitting on a wicker chair in a Parisian café, by Pigalle, listening to the legendary banter of the city. On the menu is a café crème, a croissant, and the legendary Édith Piaf. Let your senses take you there...
10 am: Relax in peace
France and the piano, it's a story of love. One of the best examples is Claude Debussy and his Clair de Lune, one of the most beloved piano pieces in the world, a tinkling tune that takes you back in time.
11 am: Get the island rhythm
France lives on five oceans! From the French Caribbean, the band Zouk Machine pumps out lively zouk, the typical tune of the Guadeloupe Islands.
12 pm: Lunch in style
The French and the kitchen: a love story. Once we put ourselves in front of the stove, it's serious. We love to get in the zone preparing a bœuf bourguignon to the sounds of Cancan d’Offenbach.
1 pm: Got the blues?
Always prone to nostalgia, the French have forever loved great songs that make you cry! La Bohême, from the great Charles Aznavour, always does the trick.
2 pm: A naughty nap
After lunch, it's the perfect time for a little sieste—the French have their reputation to protect, after all! If you're cuddling with your sweetheart, the perfect soundtrack is a little Serge Gainsbourg.
4 pm: Head to the city
5 pm: Finish the day on a sweet note
Were you into the French music scene in the 90s? If so, you'll find that the electronica landscape of today is still as rich. Beloved since his 2010 album Spanish Breakfast, Rone is a star of this genre.
7 pm: Some sun for cocktail hour
A country that loves to host, France is enriched by the traditions of its many kinds of people. For decades, the Marseillais from Massilia Sound System have celebrated their love for their home city, its rainbow of cultures, and the golden sun that gives cocktail hour its special hue.
9 pm: Time to let off some steam
In France, there are a few constants: the Eiffel Tower, inimitable bread, great wine, and Johnny Hallyday! A national treasure, this rock star was so adored by the French that his funeral in 2017 was attended by hundreds of thousands of people across the country. Get your lighter ready and start the show!
11 pm: Get on the dancefloor
Disothèque à la française: from Daft Punk to Air, so many French groups have helped put us on the map. And once their opening notes start, everyone is compelled to get up and boogie.
2 am: Feel the Parisian nightclub life
If France is more known for its electro scene, its techno is nothing to sneeze at either. A denizen of the best French clubs, Laurent Garnier is the enfant terrible of the techno music in France!