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    A Bike Tour of Versailles

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    • 3 Restaurants
    • 1 Activity

    Versailles has the unknown bounty of a magical, carefully tended 17th-century park, whose dimensions and details exceed the reach of any map or any guidebook. You can ride for hours without seeing ... More

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    A Chef's Tour of Provence

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    • 2 Restaurants
    • 8 Activities

    With so many options in southern France, creating an authentic Provençal experience isn't easy. Wout Bru, an accomplished chef with a golden pedigree, shares his picks of the area's best. More

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    A Dining Tour of Lille, France

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    • 5 Restaurants
    • 7 Activities

    Just an hour by train from Paris, the former capital of Flanders marries Gallic traditions with the 21st-century design sensibility of its Low Country neighbors. Lille is pleasant year-round, with ... More

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    A Food Map of Provence

    • 5 Restaurants
    • 7 Activities

    Can a culinary landscape endure eight decades of change?Guided by an extraordinary 1929 map of France’s regional specialties, discover a dozen Provençal dishes that have stood the test of time. More

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    A Noctural Tour of Montmarte in Paris

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    • 5 Activities

    Moody singer-songwriter Keren Ann reveals the bohemian side of the vibrant city she calls home. She has remained loyal to the village-like neighborhood of Les Abbesses in Montmartre for the past ei... More

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    A Walk in the 2nd Arrondissement

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    Old World meets the Modern World in Paris' Second Arondissement of Paris. The offereings of Rue Chabanais and Rue St.-Anne include books on far-flung destinations, 16th century drawings, organic ce... More

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    A Winstub Crawl Through Alsace

    • 5 Hotels
    • 7 Restaurants

    Not quite French, not fully German, the traditional taverns of northeastern France have a vernacular all their own, full of paneling, checked tablecloths, regional wines, and a thousand variations ... More

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    Affordable Eats in Paris

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    Follow this frugal-foodie itinerary in the City of Lights. More

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    Affordable Paris Shopping Trip

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    Shop where the frugal locals do. We've got inexpensive alternatives for antiques, boutiques, and hidden treasures. More

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    Antique-Hunting in Provence

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    • 2 Restaurants
    • 10 Activities

    Finding hidden treasures in the antique shops and market stalls of Southern France—from L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue to Arles. More

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    Antiquing in Brussels

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    • 2 Restaurants
    • 12 Activities

    Brussels, the 1,000-year-old city of a million-plus, can be more radical in fashion, more adventuresome in cuisine, and much more fun to plunder for antiques. To go antiquing in Brussels is to bask... More

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    Autumn Drive Through Normandy

    • 4 Hotels
    • 6 Restaurants
    • 9 Activities

    An easy long weekend from Paris, Normandy can be at its best in the fall, when the crowds have gone and the market towns are flush with the harvest. More

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    Bordeaux's Wine Growing Renaissance

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    • 7 Restaurants
    • 10 Activities

    A friendlier, more welcoming France? In Bordeaux, the country’s oldest and most iconic wine-growing region, the answer is yes. Falling sales among its many bottlings (due to a large increase in wor... More

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    Côte d’Azur on a Budget

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    • 5 Restaurants
    • 5 Activities

    The French Riviera is a premier resort destination for good reason: It has clear water bordered by stretches of white-sand beaches, rocky cliffs, and hidden coves—and it’s only a 90-minute flight... More

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    Courchevel's Haute Slopes

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    Celebrities and captains of industry have loved Courchevel almost since its inception in the 40’s, and they keep coming back. Nowadays, Courchevel claims 60-plus resorts, two Michelin-starred resta... More


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