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Traveling around Paris — for commuters and tourists alike — should be much easier than it has been over the past few weeks as the longest strike in the... Read More

While there’s no shortage of hotel options in the City of Light, most are found in central quartiers, like Saint-Germain-des-Près and l’Opera,... Read More

UPDATE (January 16, 2020, 2:40pm EST): According to E! News, a representative for Britney Spears stated that the previously reported story about... Read More

A teal velvet armchair draped with an orange cashmere blanket. Assouline art books on a Chinoiserie tea table. A Classical nude standing... Read More

There is still up to a 50 percent chance that Paris’ Notre Dame cathedral may not be salvaged almost a year after a devastating fire engulfed ... Read More

Police in Paris are warning tourists and locals alike following a string of robberies where over 20 expensive watches were stolen. A police officer... Read More

The transport workers strike in France entered its 29th day on Thursday, making it the longest rail workers’ strike in more than 50 years and severely... Read More

The Notre Dame Cathedral might never be the same.The building is still under construction eight months after a massive fire erupted inside the... Read More

Paris’ famed Notre Dame Cathedral will not hold a Christmas mass for the first time 200 years following the fire that engulfed the famed church. ... Read More

If you want to see the Colosseum in Rome, you better get in line, as the Italian landmark was just named the most popular tourist attraction on... Read More

The Eiffel Tower was closed on Tuesday for the second time in a month amid ongoing strikes in France.The nationwide strikes, which started earlier... Read More

Going to a museum is certainly a good way to see some incredible and iconic works of art, but there are few places in the world where you can go... Read More

Travel around France will prove difficult this week as workers participate in nationwide strikes over pensions, affecting flights, the public transit... Read More

If you’ve ever wanted to learn to ski, now’s your chance to hone your skills and get paid for it too.SkiBro, an online ski lesson booking platform with... Read More

You don’t have to settle for vanilla any longer.A sweet, frosty ice cream cone is a quintessential dessert, but if you’re an adventurous foodie, you... Read More

Bridges aren’t usually the first thing you think of when choosing where to go on vacation, but these often-overlooked passageways can be architectural... Read More

At least nine people have died after heavy rains caused significant flooding on the European coast, including parts of France, Italy and Greece over the... Read More

One of Paris’s most historic department stores is reopening after a 15-year closure — and it's coming back in style. La Samaritaine, a part of the... Read More

“What’s a cow’s favorite drink? A Cos-moo-politan.”The whole bus groaned, and I quietly laughed. We were having cosmopolitans for the "drink of the day,... Read More

Savvy travelers who opt to take public transportation need to be on high alert in Paris as reports of pickpocketing on the city's metro stations... Read More

There are lots of incredible parks outside the U.S., and France is just about to get a new one to put on your bucket list.According to Lonely Planet, a... Read More

The Dunphys and Pritchetts are going to Paris.According to Instagram photos posted by cast members of "Modern Family," it looks like the cast of the... Read More

Low-cost airline Norwegian Air is expanding its nonstop service with new European flights planned between Chicago and Denver, according to the airline... Read More

When a 10-year-old boy in Massachusetts launched a message in a bottle into the Atlantic Ocean with his home address on it, he didn’t know if it... Read More

There is perhaps no cultural pillar more important to the French than their cuisine. It’s so highly regarded that in 2010, UNESCO named “French Cuisine”... Read More

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