Romance

Romance

February of course means Valentine’s Day, and what better way to spend it than in the most romantic city in the world? To really spoil your loved one, head to one of the city’s...

Musée Rodin The beloved museum celebrates its centenary this year. The art of romance is interpreted here with a pop-up Sensorial Soirée of jazz, lighting effects, poetry; everything combines to say, "I love you". It’s...

The nine suitcases tumbled off the Air France carousel. Add my carry-on and Luke’s dog crate and my bichon and I were ready to begin our adventure. David patiently loaded our gear into his Ford...

Corey Frye, also known as “A French Frye in Paris,” spends much of his days pounding the cobblestones in Paris as he leads tours around the city. Along the way, he spots wonderful details,...

Roni Beth Tower grew up in Akron, Ohio, majored in religion at Barnard College, earned her doctoral degree in clinical psychology from Yale University, and did postdoctoral work in epidemiology and public health at...

What do a market gardener, an accordion player, a grumpy concierge, and a leather-clad hairdresser have in common? They all, at some point, have shared in the legendary history of the rue de Lappe...

It's official: Spring has sprung in the city. Parisians have awakened from their long winter slumbers and ventured back into the city's squares and parks. Pink and white blossoms are everywhere. Flowering trees can be...

The end of World War One, the devalued franc, and the ever enduring beauty of Paris, along with the lure of a bohemian lifestyle in a city known for its tolerant attitudes, led not...

The Bonjour Paris editorial team recently requested reader submissions with memories from first trips to Paris. We were overwhelmed with wonderful responses, which we are publishing in a special series. (Read other installments here.) Below,...

I enjoy being a lone traveler occasionally, even though my husband is an almost perfect travel companion. He has an unerring sense of direction; when we come to a crossroad, he knows instinctively which...

The second installment in a series about famous Americans who lived and died in Paris. Everyone knows how Isadora Duncan died. Her long silk scarf, caught up in the wheels of a speeding, open topped Amilcar...

Canadian born Lily Heise has called Paris home for 16 years. Her first encounter with France began with French immersion classes in elementary school and continued with a university study abroad program in Paris....