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London After the controversial Brexit vote, the pound slid against the dollar, making the United Kingdom more affordable. The Langham is offering... Read More

As part of the city of Paris' multi-million dollar plan to improve security around treasured landmark the Eiffel Tower, Parisian authorities will build... Read More

When you're traveling with family, not any destination will do.While a quiet seaside resort could be the perfect getaway for two, it could prove too... Read More

Born 125 years ago today, Bessie Coleman was a civil aviator and a pioneer in more ways than one. Coleman, an African-American woman, grew up in the... Read More

With an imposing skyline and close proximity to Chinese mainland, Hong Kong was the most visited city in the world for the second year in a row in 2015,... Read More

As Paris kicks off Couture Fashion Week, some of the world’s most well-heeled tourists are pouring into the city. But after some high-profile robberies... Read More

Searching for a way to sweep your significant other off his or her feet this Valentine’s Day? We’ve got the answer.For a limited time, La Compagnie—a... Read More

Over the holidays, business mogul and master of taste Martha Stewart took a whirlwind vacation in Paris. Lucky for us, she documented her trip to the... Read More

Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo has a new plan to combat the city's pollution problem: take cars off certain streets permanently.“The idea is to move little by... Read More

This story originally appeared on time.com.Longing to disconnect from work while you’re not on the job? You might want to move to France.France has... Read More

Paris may be one of the most beautiful cities on Earth, but as far as the rest of France is concerned, Paris is not France. France is so much more... Read More

2016 is set to be a record year for U.S. travelers.According to National Travel and Tourism Office, the rate of Americans traveling abroad has increased... Read More

It’s the stuff of romantic travel novels: the dramatic sea cliffs and pastel villas of Positano, Nerano, and Ravello on Italy’s Amalfi Coast, or... Read More

One of the best-known chateaux in France is about to get a costly and much-needed renovation, thanks to a wealthy American donor.U.S. billionaire... Read More

Winter is finally upon us.It's time to take all the stress of this year and leave it at home while you take a much-needed vacation with you and your... Read More

Once a humble hunting lodge, the opulent Palace of Versailles is now a magnificent testament to the lavishness of French royalty—as well as a symbol of... Read More

A French court found a museum worker guilty of selling hundreds of fossils and artifacts from the Neolithic period on eBay.The staffer at the Museum of... Read More

This story originally appeared on Time.com. The lights of the Eiffel Tower will be turned off Wednesday evening in solidarity with the people of... Read More

French President Francois Hollande and other members of the government toured Lascaux 4, a full-size replica of the ancient cave paintings located in... Read More

While others huddled under blankets in their apartments or cozied up to mulled wine in cafés, several hundred brave souls took to the Seine river in... Read More

Parisian authorities ordered public transportation remain free for the fourth consecutive day on Thursday, as the city looked to combat the worst... Read More

After years of weighing down the city’s bridges, love locks in Paris will get a second life helping refugees in the area. City officials announced... Read More

New regulations are prohibiting some private jets from landing at Saint Tropez’s airport, which is probably the most Saint Tropez problem of all time.In... Read More

This weekend, the models of Victoria's Secret boarded their private plane as they made their way to the first Victoria's Secret Fashion Show to take... Read More

This story originally appeared on Foodandwine.com. Six years ago at the Bollinger estate, something unusual happened. An intern at the 188... Read More

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