Air France, Lufthansa and United offer nonstop flights from Washington Dulles to Paris.
Hôtel du Panthéon
19 Place du Panthéon
A nice hotel with an exceptional location in the Latin Quarter. Rooms from $230 a night.
Alcôve & Agapes — Bed and Breakfasts in Paris
Find the right Paris B&B. Listings are divided into categories, such as those providing evening meals, wine tasting, cheese tasting or French conversation.
54 rue de Seine
The perfect place for a sandwich or salad to go. Sandwiches start at $7.50, salads at $5.50.
13 Rue de l’Ancienne Comédie
One of the world’s oldest continuously operating restaurants. Benjamin Franklin, Marat, Robespierre and Danton sat and caffeinated here. Entrees start at $29.
Bike About Tours
Rue de Lobau
Roughly 31 / 2-hour Paris tour begins at 10 a.m. daily (also 3 p.m. tours on weekends from May 2 to Sept. 30). Adults $41, students $38. Infants riding in baby seat $13.60.
Fat Bike Tours Paris Tours
24, rue Edgar Faure
Offers daytime tours of Paris most days of the year. Day tours start at 11 a.m., evening tours at 6 or 7 p.m., depending on time of year. Day tours last about 31 / 2 hours, night tours about 41 / 2. Adults $41, students and ages 4-11 $38. Younger than 4 free.
You may rent bikes through this on-street program, but you must use an American Express or chip-and-PIN card. (Other credit cards may be used if you buy your subscription online.) A subscription costs $2.30 for a day, $11 for a week, with added costs for each trip longer than 30 minutes.