The City of Light beckons. How to make the best of your trip to the French capital.
Louis XIV’s palace to be reinterpreted by Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson.
The only thing wrong with the city’s charming cafes was the coffee. But that’s changing.
By Emma Jacobs,
The ringmaster of this trove of circus treasures wants you to look and touch.
By Maura Judkis
A mother feared her son wouldn’t want her as a sightseeing companion. She was wrong.
By Tracy Grant
A trip to Paris and the Champagne Valley showcases French food and drink at their finest.
Meet Viaduc des Arts and Promenade Plantée, the Paris park that inspired NYC’s High Line.
By Hugh Biggar
It’s not a U.S. import — it’s a century-old, vibrant part of French culture. Here, the best clubs to enjoy it.
By Rebecca Dalzell
The ‘Food Lover’s Guide’ author has a new edition and an enduring love for an ever-changing city.
By Joe Yonan
Some people like to stroll through the City of Light, but he dreamed of seeing the city by bicycle.
By Dennis Gaffney
Travelers with disabilities face many challenges in the Old World, but things are improving.
By Reid Davenport
Paris pharmacies offer a mother lode of fabulous — and inexpensive — cosmetics for every need.
By Kelly DiNardo
When the author’s pocket is picked in Paris, the incident sets him on a roller coaster of reflection about his life.
By Roberto Loiederman
John Baxter’s “The Most Beautiful Walk in the World” takes readers on foot through the many faces of Paris.
By Becky Krystal
Searching for the Paris of the ’20s on a self-made “Midnight in Paris” walking tour.
By Margo Hammond
DK Eyewitness Travel: Paris promises to be the only reference material you need when visiting the City of Light.
By Joe Yonan
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