Paris blogs in English language use to be maintained by Parisians or foreigners living in Paris. Some of them are on a theme basis such as food, fashion, art, photos. Other ones talk about everything regarding Paris.
Here is an overview of my preferred blogs which may be useful to you if you go to Paris or even live in the French capital.
Secrets of Paris
As she likes to say, Heather Stimmler-Hall shows you the hidden side of Paris. Heather is not only a blogger who writes posts about Paris. American born, she is also a travel journalist and guidebook author. I strongly suggest you to read her blog if you plan to go to Paris but also to ask her for private custom tours.
Paris Daily Photo
Eric Tenin is Parisian and in love with Paris. He publishes quite everyday a photo and comments about things he could see or discover in Paris during the day. His posts are always pleasant to read. You want to see Paris as it is really ? Go on Paris Daily Photo
The Paris Blog
Edited by Laurie Pike, The Paris Blog mainly publishes a selection of posts from other Paris blogs. It is a kind of mix of everything that is written by bloggers about Paris.
A blog on the Paris you never see when you come for a short time and stay in traditional tourist trails. Invisible Paris let’s you discover the other sides of the French capital. Adam, its editor also suggest walking tours that you can download on your mobile before you leave for Paris.
An official Invisible Paris spin-off. You can find suggestions for weekend activities for both visitors and locals in Paris.
Badaude (even if it is not her real name) is an illustrator and writer. She draws a lot about fashion. She uses to go to Paris, so some of her posts are about Paris and are always well illustrated.
Je ne sais quoi
Shannon, sometimes so sarcastic but always so right ! Everything you don’t want to read about Paris, she write it.
Eye Prefer Paris
An interesting blog about Paris, things to see and to do by Richard Nahem with beautiful images. Richard also provides private Paris tours to “see the Paris tourists never see !”.