Tips and Articles for Paris

Jean-Marie Del Moral

The terrorist attacks in Paris on November 13 have left France, and the world, stunned and in mourning. Needless to say, travel has been affected both... Read More

As a travel writer based in Paris, I spend a lot of my professional energy navigating the city’s branding. It’s not just a city of unique beauty, so it... Read More

Home rental startup Airbnb over the weekend implemented a service that will allow the platform's hosts to share their homes with displaced travelers in... Read More

Public museums and other cultural spots in Paris will reopen Monday following a temporary closure in response to terrorist attacks in the French capital... Read More

At least 129 people were killed in six terrorist attacks in Paris Friday night. Here are some ways you can help:Donate to the Red Cross, which... Read More

Yesterday, Airbnb unveiled several new features designed to make hosting easier and more profitable. Here’s what you need to know about the brand’s big... Read More

Wanting to travel is never the problem; finding the time and the money often can be, though. But in these days of flash sales and incentives,... Read More

In a city where public parks are plentiful, a luminous natural light is ever-present, and walking has become a pastime with its own fancy name (see: the... Read More

The sights from the top of the Eiffel Tower can't be beat—anyone who has trekked the 1,710 stairs knows that. As it turns out, there's an even better... Read More

“Couldn’t an exciting film be made from the map of Paris?” asked the writer Walter Benjamin. “From the compression of a centuries-long movement of... Read More

Tara Penke, from Santa Barbara, California, has lived in Barcelona since 2002. Five years ago, she and her Chilean husband, Jaime, opened a restaurant... Read More

Paris’s Place de Trocadéro has always been worth a visit. It’s got a jaw-dropping view of the Eiffel Tower just across the Seine from the vast Jardins... Read More

The late October sky may be turning grey, but Paris is seeing green this week as the FIAC—Foire Internationale d’Art Contemporain—sets down in the Grand... Read More

Some people look at the Rue des Martyrs and see a street. I see stories.For me, it is the only street in Paris, a half-mile celebration of the city in... Read More

OldCabaret MichouA pillar of the Montmartre community, Michou has hosted everyone from Liza Minnelli to Jacques Chirac in his drag cabaret. 80 Rue des... Read More

The Pére Lachaise Cemetery takes up 110 acres in Paris, making it the city's largest cemetery to date. Walking through the aisles, you'll notice a few... Read More

A visit to the Paris catacombs (informally known as one of the creepiest places on earth) might not be a tourist stop de rigueur, but it’s a must-see... Read More

Not planning on making it to Paris this year? Never fear: This five-minute, hyperlapsed tour of the city's greatest sights will surely tide you... Read More

Fall is always a good time in the Paris restaurant world. With so many customers gone in August, chefs traditionally use that low-impact period to get... Read More

Sometimes things happen here that make me smile and say, only in France. Case in point: One of the Musée d’Orsay’s most anticipated exhibitions this... Read More

Restaurant Guy SavoyThe smart move is to go at lunch, when the chef offers a $120 carte of updated classics—raw oysters with seaweed and lemon granita... Read More

Complaining about the food scene in Paris is like saying your private plane doesn’t have enough seats. But if you’ve been to Brooklyn, or Portland,... Read More

An educational publisher and taxidermist might not top a traveler’s list of can't-miss shops, but anyone visiting Paris without dropping into Deyrolle... Read More

“It’s no longer enough to just do lighting, is it?” asked designer Tom Dixon. “You’ve got to play some music, give people some chocolates, work a... Read More

You’re headed to Paris, gastronomic capital of Europe. You loved Hemingway’s A Movable Feast, belong to your local wine society, and routinely julienne... Read More

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