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People often ask me what they should do while they’re in Paris, and one of the things I frequently recommend is that they go...

Walking along the boulevards of Paris, becoming a flaneur, is an essential Parisian experience – more so if you have a passion for the...

When the French Revolution is discussed everyone thinks of the Bastille. However, there is a little visited site in Paris where riots...

For almost four centuries, generations of horticulturists, walkers, joggers, children and garden lovers have trodden the paths of the Jardin des Plantes....

Paris is a multi-layered feast from any of numerous perspectives.  My own preferred ‘lens’ on Paris has always been culinary and cultural....

As anyone who has ever visited Paris knows, it is a walking city.  Even the monumentality of its arrondisements does not overshadow...

PHOTOQUAI is a biennial photography exhibition presented in Paris outdoors on the banks of the Seine River before the Musée du quai Branly since 2007....

Expats in Paris like to say, “the city is at its best in August—you get Paris without the Parisians.” In late July, you can...

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...

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

All across France Christian and Jewish families will celebrate Pâques (Easter) and Pesach or Pâque juive (Passover) holidays in April. This year, the...

“Looking towards the Sacré Coeur from any point along the Rue Laffitte on a day like this, an hour like this, would be sufficient...