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The Bois de Vincennes, a sprawling park to the east of Paris, is best known for its eponymous Château that dates back to the...

The Père Lachaise cemetery in the east of Paris is an unusual spot: the burial grounds of the famous (think Edith Piaf, Jim Morrison,...

As the spring season fast approaches, there seems to be unconscious agreement that dropping everything to bask in a tepid spot of sunshine is...

SEPTEMBER EVENT HIGHLIGHTS Bestselling author Elaine Sciolino at the American Library in Paris 7   Evening with an Author: Elaine  Sciolino, author of La Seduction: How the...

How many times have you heard people say they need to live where their children do? You’ll hear that refrain again when they become...

Planning your first visits: the most-visited Paris destinations So, you’re planning your trip to Paris, a traveler’s time is precious, and the burning question in...

As its name suggests, Le Cimetière des Chiens in Asnières-sur-Seine just outside of Paris is dominated by dogs, but cats, horses, monkeys and other animals...

La crêperie des Canettes, Paris 6th. Photo by patrianova. It’s easy to get blasé about crêpes in Paris. If you’re anything like me, after a brief but...

A picnic is a must, really, when in Paris, so we propose next time you skip the café in favor of grazing in the...

The French pronoun “mien” (mine) conjures a possessive flush of pride, and is often used when referring to one’s neighborhood. Its opposite—“ce n’est pas...

Paris comes alive in May with the start of the haute saison for visitors. You have everything from the French Open (Roland Garros) Tennis...

The tree canopy at the Palais Royal gardens is not to be missed at this time of year during mid spring. It...