Paris is a quaint town with much to offer. There are many historic buildings and sites around the city, as well as great locally-owner shops scattered among Main Street.
Nice people but very judge-mental. Not much to do and nowhere to eat that we locals haven't had a thousand times.
I love downtown Paris, there are so many local shops and restaurants and the owners are so friendly and helpful. It’s relaxing to take a stroll and pop in some of the historical buildings, beautiful scenery.
I have lived in Paris for 19 years and while it may not be the perfect town it is home. I know the town like the back of my hand.
Paris, KY has that small town feel. Being only a few minutes from Lexington. Paris has a drive-in, a fun downtown. I've lived within Paris my whole life, the people are nice. It's a great spot for a family. I think Paris could use new people too.
Paris is my hometown and I love it. The people are friendly and everyone works together. It is your typical small town. Is there some cronyism? of course. but overall a great place to grow up.
While it's a sleepy town, I like the old buildings and the bustling downtown area. There are some great food places (even good Mexican!) and a cool brewery. The horse farms in the area are stunning - sometimes it's like living back in the good ole' days.
Quiet small town with all the necessities...lots of horses. Slow pace but I wouldn't change a thing.