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French Protest Takashi Murakami Exhibit at Versailles

Visitors to the Palace of Versailles, the former residence of Louis XIV, expect to see the world's most lavishly decorated home. So staging an exhibition...

Inside Paris's Refurbished Monceau Hotel

A look at Paris’s refurbished Monceau Hotel, designed by Philippe Starck.

New Wave in Paris Restaurants

Young French chefs in Paris restaurants and beyond are reexamining the legacy of haute cuisine.

Ask T+L: Paris Apps, Advice for Solo Travelers, and More

Q: I’m traveling to Paris, and I need a good map of the city. Any thoughts? —Janet Tucker, Winchester, Mass. A: The City of Paris...

Best Bartender in Paris

T+L gets cocktail tips from Colin Field, the best bartender in Paris.

Le Flâneur: Paris in Stop-Motion

Late last night, while browsing through my Google Reader instead of sleeping, I happened on this short, breathtaking video on one of my favorite travel...

Paris Cabaret Opens in London

Paris’s oldest cabaret is popping up in London this fall, performing Forever Crazy within a purpose-built venue on South Bank, behind the National Theatre, between...

Paris Perfumer Helps Japanese Town, and So Can You

Over the past week, we’ve heard about dozens of worthwhile ways to help the victims of Japan’s earthquake and tsunami, but one recent announcement caught...

On Our Radar: Paris Shopping

Where do chic Parisians shop these days? Travel + Leisure's Paris correspondent Tina Isaac shares her insider tips here: For jewelry go to . ....

Paris Cracks Down on Pied-à-Terre Rentals

New York Times (PARIS) — Many people buy a pied-à-terre in Paris to use for a few weeks a year and to rent the rest...
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