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  • Vélib’

    Vélib’ is an affordable public bike-sharing system in Paris with approximately 20,000 two-wheelers and 1,800 stations. The three-speed gray bikes c... More
  • Vent de Voyage

    This homey boutique makes stylish furnishings and tote bags out of recycled sailcloth. More
  • Versant Vins

    In-the-know locals head to this spruced-up wine booth at the Marché des Enfants Rouges — the city’s oldest open-air food market. Here at “watershed... More
  • Vichy Thermes

  • Vilebrequin

    A luxe men's bathing-suit brand founded in nearby St. Tropez, Vilebrequin has been creating well-cut trunks for more than three decades. Its tradem... More
  • Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild

    Drive to this 20th-century manor for the gardens and bay views. More
  • Villa Noailles

  • Ville et Village

    The majority of Carolyn Grote’s 150 apartments, farmhouses, and châteaux are located in Paris, the Loire Valley, Provence, and the Riviera; she als... More
  • Vintage Roads

    Vintage Roads is a car-for-hire service with a fleet of classic restored Traction Avant Citroën vehicles. These large touring cars from the 1930s-5... More
  • VIP Room, St. Tropez

    The St. Tropez branch of Paris's high-wattage nightclub has just been renovated. The walls, covered with image-projecting LED-screens, thrum to the... More
  • Voyage Intérieur

  • Voyages Boutique

    Since 1997, well-heeled travelers have shopped this boutique in the Marché Serpette for labels like Louis Vuitton, Hermès, Moynat, Chanel, and Goya... More
  • Voyageurs du Monde

    Whether travelers seek a Chilean cruise, a snowmobile safari in Sweden, or winter in a villa on stilts in Maldives, Voyageurs du Monde makes it hap... More
  • Walk along the Promenade des Anglais

    Get some ice cream and stroll the five-mile Promenade des Anglais, the road fronting the Baie de Anges. More
  • Walking the Left Bank

    A trip to Paris is not complete with a jaunt along the Left Bank, or the Latin Quarter, home of the University of Paris. A typical walk begins at S... More
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