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Vuitton Foundation: A Bold New Venture
The brainchild of luxury goods maker LVMH and architect Frank Gehry, the Vuitton Foundation is a newcomer to the Parisian arts scene.

Le Cent-Quatre Arts Center
The Cent-Quatre center in Paris is dedicated to contemporary arts and culture, and is one of the city's most interesting additions to the cultural scene.

How to Use Paris Street Maps: Paris Par Arrondissement
Want to learn how to use a Paris street map and not have to worry about refolding clumsy tourist maps? This compact favorite is popular for a reason.

Au Lapin Agile Cabaret in Paris France
Au Lapin Agile is one of Paris' most beloved traditional cabarets. About.com Paris Travel Contributor Nicole Smith spent an evening there recently.

Au Lapin Agile Cabaret - Practical Information
Practical information on Au Lapin Agile Cabaret in Paris, France, including opening times, average entry prices, and more.

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Top 3 Malls and Shopping Centers in Paris, France
A concise and handy guide to the top 3 malls and shopping centers in Paris, from the Carrousel du Louvre to the Quatre Temps center at La Defense.

Best Movie Theaters and Cinemas in Paris
With over 100 movie theaters and roughly 300 films running per week in the city, Paris is definitely an ideal place for cinephiles. Peruse our picks.

Louvre Museum in Paris: A Complete Guide for Visitors
A complete visitors' guide to the Louvre Museum in Paris, offering you tons of helpful information and tips for planning your next visit.

Paris Flea Markets Guide: Enjoying the "Marché aux Puces"
Taking a stroll around one of Paris' flea markets, or

Paris Flea Markets Guide - Marche aux Puces in Paris
Taking a long, leisurely stroll around Paris flea markets, some dating to the medieval period, is pleasant whether you're actually looking to find a special item or just enjoy browsing and admiring. Read our complete guide to

Paris Flea Markets Guide - Marche aux Puces in Paris
Taking a long, leisurely stroll around Paris flea markets, some dating to the medieval period, is pleasant whether you're actually looking to find a special item or just enjoy browsing and admiring. Read our complete guide to

Review of the Porte de Vanves Flea Market in Paris France
About.com Paris Travel Contributor Nicole Smith spent an afternoon browsing the vibrant Porte de Vanves flea market in Paris, where she found herself charmed by the old-world atmosphere and the aisles of gorgeous and quirky wares.

Bargaining at Marche aux Puces in Paris
Learn how to bargain at Parisian

Looking for Gifts at the Puces de Vanves
About.com Paris Travel Contributor recounts her experience of gift-hunting at the Puces de Vanves flea market in Paris...and how she came away with an unexpected surprise.

Festive Atmosphere at Paris Puces
A shot showing the festive atmosphere that reigns at flea markets in Paris.

10 Strange Facts About Paris: Beyond the Touristy Sheen
Get beyond the city's touristy sheen and read these 10 strange and/or disturbing facts about Paris, France.

Paris is Legendary for Alchemists and Freemasons
People often forget that Paris has a long and legend-filled history as a hub for alchemists, members of masonic lodges, and spiritualists.

Paris Held Public Executions Until 1939, Ending Long History
Many assume that the guillotine as an instrument of capital punishment went out of fashion after the French Revolution died down, but this is untrue.

Paris Didn't Always Look Like This: Haussmann's Razing and Transformation
When most people picture Paris, they see the Eiffel Tower and grand, sweeping boulevards. Yet this is a very recent incarnation of the city. Read on.

The Duke of Orléans Was Murdered in This Persistently Overlooked Medieval Tower
The Duke of Orléans was murdered by his cousin in this often-overlooked medieval tower in central Paris. Read more here.

At the Velodrome d'Hiver Stadium in Paris, Thousands of French Jews Suffered and Awaited Deportation to Death Camps
The Velodrome d'Hiver stadium in Paris was a site of Nazi war crimes. Thousands of Jews were sequestered here, awaiting deportation to death camps.

Paris Has a Network of Ghost Metro Stations No One Uses
The Parisian metro is notoriously bustling, but did you know that several ghost stations exist that either went out of use or never opened to begin with?

Nazi Propaganda Photos Showed "Happy" Parisians
The Nazis occupied Paris between 1940 and 1945, and during this time, propaganda campaigns included photos of smiling locals proving their

Paris' Main Cemetery Was Dug Up and Transferred to the Catacombs
In the late 18th century, Paris' largest cemetery, Les Innocents, was excavated for hygiene reasons. The mass graves were transferred to the Catacombs.

The First Photograph of a Human Being Was Taken on a Paris Street
One strange fact about Paris: the first photo of a human being was taken by Louis Daguerre on a Parisian street in 1838.

This Parisian apartment was left untouched since 1942, frozen in time...
In 2012, authorities uncovered a Paris apartment that had been left untouched since 1942. Frozen in time, its sublime, dusty beauty is a haunting sight.

In Review: Dans le Noir Restaurant in Paris
Ever wonder what happens to your senses when you're plunged in total darkness? A meal at Dans le Noir restaurant in Paris is unforgettable.

Night View of The Eiffel Tower at the Universal Exhibition of 1900
A captivating shot of Paris' Eiffel Tower shot at night during the Exposition Universelle (Universal Exhibition) of 1900.

Historic Pictures of the Eiffel Tower in Paris
Looking for pictures of the Eiffel Tower, whether past or present? This gallery shows the tower in its many guises over the years, starting from 1889.

Picture of Eiffel Tower at Night for 120th Anniversary
This picture of the Eiffel Tower shows one of the world's most-recognized monuments lit up for the tower's 120th anniversary celebrations.

Picture of The Champs de Mars and La Tour Eiffel
A shot showing the long avenue known as the Champ de Mars, leading to the Eiffel Tower in Paris.

The Eiffel Tower Lit With European Union Colors
When France assumed presidency of the European Union in 2008, the Eiffel Tower was lit with the colors and insignia of the EU flag, as shown in this shot.

Picture of the Eiffel Tower Shot From Below
This vertical perspective of the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France gives us a look at the elaborate metal latticework designed by Gustave Eiffel.

Picture of the EIffel Tower Under Construction in 1878
This archival shot of the Eiffel Tower during the construction phase was taken in 1878, when photography was still a fledgling technology.

Georges Garen's Painting of the Eiffel Tower - 1889
Georges Garen's 1889 painting of a newly inaugurated Eiffel Tower lit for the Universal Exhibit of 1889 gives a sense of the tower's unveiling.

Picture of the Eiffel Tower Struck by Lightning in 1902
A dramatic shot circa 1902 showing the Eiffel Tower in Paris being struck by lightning.

Christmas Lights and Holiday Decor in Paris: 2015 Guide
Where to find Christmas lights displays and decor in Paris this year? Read on for complete details on holiday lights and decorations in 2015/2016.

Short Biography for French writer Colette - Biographical Facts on French Writer Colette
A short biography for French writer Colette, widely recognized as one of the great pens of the French language. Learn more about Colette's life and works in this gallery of great Parisian women of the 20th century.

Great Parisian Women of the 20th Century: De Beauvoir to Baker
From Simone de Beauvoir to Colette to Josephine Baker, this photo essay celebrates some of twentieth-century Paris' most remarkable women.

Josephine Baker - Short Biography for Dancer Josephine Baker
A short bio for legendary cabaret star and adopted Parisian Josephine Baker.

Short Biography of Photographer and Artist Claude Cahun (Lucy Schwob)
A short biography for French artist Claude Cahun (nee Lucy Schwab), a French photographer working in the first half of the 20th century who interrogated notions of gender identity and performance, in many ways anticipating contemporary trends in performance art. Involved in the Surrealist's movement in Paris during the 1920's and 1930's, she worked closely with her partner in art and life, Suzanne Malherbe (working under the artist's name Marcel Moore).

Ladurée Macarons in Paris: Where to Find Them
Famed for their delicious, airy macarons packed in pastel-green boxes with pink ribbons, Ladurée is synonymous with luxury pastries in Paris.

Guide to the Belleville Neighborhood in Paris, France
A complete guide to the Belleville neighborhood in Paris, an arty, diverse working-class district which was the birthplace of greats like Edith Piaf.

Exploring The Canal Saint-Martin Neighborhood in Paris
The Canal Saint-Martin neighborhood in northeastern Paris is one of the most tranquil and picturesque spots the city has to offer. Find out more here.

How Not to Visit the Louvre Museum: Some Advice
Visiting the Louvre Museum? Here's how NOT to go about it. If you follow these tips, you'll come away with an enriching experience, and avoid burnout.

How to Avoid Pickpockets in Paris, France
Learn a few basic rules on how to avoid pickpockets in Paris, France. Pickpocketers operate in strategic ways, so do take these crucial precautions.

Boutique on Rue des Francs-Bourgeois
A fashion boutique on Rue des Francs-Bourgeois is housed in a historic bakery and pastry shop. Page 16.

Serge Lutens Perfumery in Paris: Salons du Palais Royal
For fragrance fans and connoisseurs, Serge Lutens' Salons du Palais Royal in Paris is a treasure trove, offering the perfumer's full range of scents.

Complete Guide to the Opera Bastille in Paris
The Opera Bastille in Paris hosts some of the most prestigious opera performances in Europe. Find out more in our guide, including how to buy tickets.

Fragonard Perfume Museum in Paris: A Complete Guide
For those interested in the history of fragrance formulation, the Fragonard perfume museum in Paris offers a wonderful opportunity to learn about the art.

Holiday Window Display at Rue de Bac Shop in Paris
At the Marie Laure shop in Paris' elegant St-Germain-des-Pres shopping district, the windows were fully dressed for the holiday season.

In Pictures: Christmas and Holiday Decorations in Paris
Get a dose of holiday inspiration by viewing our pictures of Christmas and holiday decorations in Paris: a time when the city comes alive with light.

Menorah in Window at Marais Kosher Bakery
This shot shows a menorah gracing the window of a Kosher bakery in the heart of the traditional Jewish quarter (known as

Christmas Tree Made With Recycled Bottles in Paris
This shot shows off a Christmas

Christmas Bunnies at BHV in Paris
Culinary holiday bunnies grace a window display at BHV, another of Paris' iconic departments stores, located across from Hotel de Ville (City Hall).

Winter Wonderland Window at BHV in Paris
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Christmas Lingerie in Pigalle
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Galeries Lafayette Christmas Tree in 2011 - Paris France
This shot shows the Christmas tree deployed under the ornate Belle-Epoque cupola in one of the main areas of the famed Galeries Lafayette in Paris.

Red Bus at Galeries Lafayette- Paris Holiday Windows 2011
This shot of a holiday window display at Galeries Lafayette department store in Paris features a giant red bus and mythical Christmas characters.

Toy Band at Galeries Lafayette in Paris
A toy Christmas band graces a holiday window at Galeries Lafayette in Paris, in 2011. Designers of the Christmas window displays always get creative.

Karl Lagerfeld Dolls - Haussmann Department Store Paris
In this shot of a holiday window display at one of Paris' Haussmann department stores, Karl Lagerfeld puppets dance around in a festive scene.

Christmas Village on Champs-Elysees in Paris- 2011
This shot shows one of the stands set up as part of the annual

Guerlain Decorated for Christmas- Champs-Elysees in Paris
This shot shows the facade of the iconic Guerlain perfumery shop on the Champs-Elysees decorated for Christmas.

Nativity Scene on Rue St Placide in Paris
A nativity scene set up for the Christmas season on Rue St Placide in Paris underlined that for some French people, Christmas retains a religious sense.

L'Eclaireur Concept Shop in Paris - Practical Info
First launched in the 1980's as a men's-only concept store on the Champs-Elysees, L'Eclaireur now has several locations, and also offers womenswear.

5 Great Things to Do in Paris on a Rainy Day: Top Tips
Rainy day in Paris? Fear not: read our suggestions for what to do when the wet makes being outdoors unappealing, from museums to cinemas and cafes.

Rainy-Day Idea #1: Get Lost in Paris' Breathtaking Museums
Rainy out? Get lost in breathtaking Parisian art collections like these. I list some of my favorite museums for visiting on a wet or inclement day...

Rainy-Day Idea # 2: Traipse Through Underground Paris
One clever way to avoid wet conditions in the city of light? Go underground and explore some of these intriguing below-level places.

Great Cafes for Wet Weather in Paris: Cozy Refuges
It's a time-honored tradition in France to find refuge in a good cafe-brasserie on rainy days, and watch the world go by as you sip your coffee....

Great Old Moviehouses for Rainy Days in the City of Light?
If it's wet, windy, and forbidding out in the city of light, one thing I recommend is to duck into one of the city's fantastic old moviehouses....

Rainy-Day (Window) Shopping in the City of Light
Read About Paris Travel's suggestions on great shops and stores to duck into when it's cold and rainy out in France's capital.

Ice-Skating Rink on Champs-Elysees in 2012
In 2012, the annual Christmas market on the Champs-Elysees included an open-air ice skating rink, to the delight of children and adults alike.

Light-Lined Trees in Paris in 2012 - Holiday Decorations
A shot showing trees on the iconic Avenue des Champs-Elysees lined with rings of light.

Blue Holiday Lights on the Champs-Elysees in 2012
A shot showing festive blue holiday lights situated on the Avenue des Champs-Elysees in Paris.

Galeries Lafayette Window Decorations in 2012
This shot shows passersby enjoying a festively decorated holiday window at Galeries Lafayette department store in Paris, in 2012.

Toy Elves at Galeries Lafayette- Holiday Windows 2012 in Paris
A shot of toy soldiers in a holiday window at Galeries Lafayette department store in Paris, as part of their 2012 Christmas decorations campaign.

Mulled Wine Stand at Paris Christmas Market on the Champs-Elysees
A shot showing a mulled wine stand at a Christmas market on Paris's Champs-Elysees in 2012.

2012 Christmas and Holiday Decorations in Paris
In late November the city of light becomes even brighter with the arrival of annual Christmas and holiday decorations. Get inspired by browsing our gallery of 2012 decorations and lights in Paris.

Macarons at Marche de Noel in Paris
A shot showing a macaron vendor at a Christmas market in Paris, France in 2012.

Gift Shop at Christmas Market on Champs-Elysees in Paris- Christmas 2012
This shot shows one of the stands set up at the Christmas market on the famed Avenue des Champs-Elysees in Paris every December.

Cinderella Carriage at Galeries Lafayette in Paris
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Kiliwatch Concept Shop in Paris
Situated in the heart of the trendy Rue Montorgueil neighborhood in the center of Paris, Kiliwatch is a temple for the discerning vintage fashion fan.

The Merci Concept Shop in Paris: Charity Meets Chic
Housed in a sunny loft in the Oberkampf neighborhood, Merci concept store in Paris is one of the few trendy boutiques to cultivate a cozy atmosphere.

How to Transform Yourself Into a Parisienne in 5 Easy Steps
Minnesota native Colette Davidson made Paris her home six years ago, but as she recounts in this tongue-in-cheek piece, becoming Parisienne is a bumpy ride.

What Not to Do in Paris: Top Ten Things to Avoid
Visiting Paris? Read our advice on the top ten things NOT to do while visiting, from getting stuck in tourist traps to trying to do too much at once.

Chic Lodging in Paris: Top Luxury and Boutique Hotels
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Printemps Department Store in Paris
A guide to Printemps department Store in Paris, one of the original Belle-Epoque stores in the capital and a major destination for designer fashion.

What to See First in Paris?
Our complete guide to what to see first in Paris covers classic (and underrated) activities and attractions, where to eat, shop, and much more.

Forum des Halles Shopping Center in Paris, France
The Forum des Halles shopping center is located in central Paris in a vast underground complex conveniently connected to the Metro-RER station Chatelet-les-Halles. The

Top 10 Mid-Range and 3-Star Hotels in Paris, France
Consult our guide to 10 of the best mid-range hotels in Paris to find a good, comfortable two or three-star hotel that will fit your budget perfectly.

Paris for Beginners: How to Plan Your Trip to Paris France
Our comprehensive guide to planning a trip to Paris offers tons of tips on choosing a travel package, getting there, where to stay, and much more.

Guide to the Paris Sewer Museum (Musee des Egouts)
To gain a genuinely different perspective of Paris (albeit a potentially smelly one), explore the Paris Sewer museum (Musee des Egouts).

Maison de Victor Hugo in Paris France
A visitor's guide to Victor Hugo's house in Paris, the stately residence on the Place des Vosges where the 19th century author wrote his best works.

French Public Holidays in 2015
Find out when public and bank holidays fall in 2015 in Paris and the rest of France.

3. Figure out where to stay (and it doesn't have to be a hotel!)
Step 3 in planning any trip to the French capital: finding accommodations that work for you, whether hotels, rental apartments, or other arrangements.

Sift through Paris deals, and read travelers' reviews
To plan your Paris getaway properly, it's essential to read lots of traveler reviews on packages, and sift carefully through fine print of any offers..

5 Essential Things to Do Before Booking a Trip to Paris
Before booking a trip to Paris, there are some important steps you should take to get your ducks in a row. Read 5 essential tips on what to do first.

5. Learn about the city and the local culture before heading to Paris
The final step in planning any trip to the city of light is to spend time learning about the city and local Parisian culture.

Get money and passports in order before your Paris trip
It's very important to get your ducks in a row when it comes to paperwork and figuring out how to handle your money while in Paris. Get your finances in order.

Decide on dates: Tips for planning your Paris sojourn
In part one of About Paris Travel's guide to planning your sojourn, we talk you through the process of finding the right travel season and dates.

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Moving Pictures from the Paris Climate Change Conference
Large marches were banned at the 2015 Paris Climate Change Conference for security. But activists found amazing ways to make their voices heard.

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Review of Paris Cocktails by Doni Belau
Colette Davidson of About.com Paris Travel reviews Paris Cocktails by Doni Belau, featuring drinks inspired by the city of light.

Best Wine Bars in Paris: Our Picks For a Glass or Meal
Looking for a good wine bar in Paris? About.com Paris Travel Contributor Jacob Kleinman proffers a list of the best wine bars the city has to offer.

Guide to the 10th Arrondissement of Paris
A succinct guide to what to see and do in the 10th arrondissement (district) of Paris, France, an edgy and diverse area not far from the city center.

Guide to the 11th Arrondissement in Paris
A succinct guide to the 11th arrondissement (district) of Paris, France, an edgy, ethnically diverse area of the city that houses sights such as the Place de la Bastille and its majestic modern operahouse.

Paris Attacks: Safety Advice for Tourists (Jan 2015)
Following the January 7th attack on Charlie Hebdo staff in Paris, find safety updates and information for visitors to the city here.

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Top 15 Paris Monuments and Historic Sites
A succinct and colorful guide to the most important monuments and historic sites in Paris, including the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, and the Sorbonne.

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Top 15 Paris Monuments and Historic Sites
A succinct and colorful guide to the most interesting monuments and historic sites in Paris, including the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, and Sorbonne.

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10 Most Beautiful Churches and Cathedrals in Paris
Consult our guide to the 10 most beautiful churches and cathedrals in Paris: architectural and spiritual treasures that are simply breathtaking.

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Play of Golden Light at Sainte-Chapelle
The interplay of soft light and shadows at Sainte-Chapelle produces a distinctly ethereal ambiance. The presence of yellow in the stained glass, candelabras and golden tones in the statuary, walls and ceilings create a warmer effect than many gothic cathedrals.

Pictures and Highlights From The Sainte-Chapelle Chapel in Paris France
Pictures and highlights from the sumptuous Sainte-Chapelle chapel in Paris, France, which features some of the most ornate stained glass in Europe, depicting over 1,000 biblical scenes.

Cross-Section of Stained Glass at Sainte-Chapelle - Stained Glass at Sainte-Chapelle in Paris France
An image showing a cross-section of biblical scenes in stained glass at the Sainte-Chapelle chapel in Paris, France.

Apostle Pillar at Sainte-Chapelle
A shot showing one of the 12 statues at Sainte-Chapelle in Paris, France, representing the biblical 12 Apostles and symbolically displayed on the nave in the upper-chapel. Six out of 12 of these are originals; the rest were re-created as part of 19th-century restoration efforts.

Detail of Angel Wall Molding at Sainte-Chapelle in Paris France
A detail of an angel figure at the Sainte-Chapelle in Paris. Every surface in the sumptuous chapel is decorated and used for biblical storytelling.

Detail Of Painted Column at Sainte-Chapelle
Picture of an intricately painted column at the Sainte-Chapelle chapel in Paris, France.

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6 Fantastic Ways to Celebrate Christmas in Paris - 2015
Whether you're visiting for the holiday or are just needing inspiration, peruse our complete guide to celebrating Christmas in Paris in 2015 and 2016.

Ice skating rinks at Paris markets are a special treat
Visiting Paris with young ones in tow? Kids will adore visiting Christmas markets equipped with ice rinks, like this one on the Champs-Elysees in 2012.

Inspired Shot - Champs-Elysées Christmas Market
An inspired scene from the Champs-Elysées christmas market in Paris, France, showing visitors ambling around the cheerful wooden stalls.

Spiced mulled wine at Christmas Market in French capital
This shot shows spiced mulled wine stored in traditional barrels at a Christmas market in France's capital city.

Santa and his carriage at Place de la Concorde market
A shot showing Santa and his carriage at Place de la Concorde market in Paris, for holiday festivities in 2014.

Parisian Christmas Markets in 2015: Locations and Dates
Find a full listing of Parisian

Paris Christmas Markets: Holiday Cheer in 2015 and 2016
At annual Christmas markets in Paris, France, mulled wine, gingerbread, and other treats await. See a full list of markets open in 2015 and 2016 here.

Holiday Lights Displays at Paris Department Stores
Pictures of imaginative holiday lights displays and shop windows at Paris department stores Galeries Lafayette and Printemps.

Beaujoulais Nouveau Tastings at Cave Augé in Paris
About.com Paris Travel Contributor Jacob Kleinman stopped by Cave Augé in Paris to sample the latest Beaujoulais Nouveau wine. Here's his account.

At New Parisian Wine Bar Nectar des Batignolles
About.com Paris Travel Contributor Jacob Kleinman stopped by new Paris wine bar Nectar des Batignolles to sample the latest Beaujoulais Nouveau wine.

Beaujolais Crus Tastings at Mes Accords Mets Vins
At a wine shop named “Mes Accords Mets Vins”, in Paris' 17th arrondissement, the owner offered a change of pace during Beaujolais Nouveau season.

Beaujolais Tastings - Le Vin en Tete Shop in Paris
About Paris Travel Contributor Jacob Kleinman spent an evening tasting Beaujolais Nouveau wines in Paris: here is just one sliver of his adventure.

Beaujolais Nouveau Festivities - Au Sauvignon Wine Bar
There was no free wine to be had at Au Sauvignon, but there were free straw hats and a roving guitar player inside.

Beaujolais Nouveau Wine Season in Paris France
About Paris Travel Contributor Jacob Kleinman whirls us through Beaujoulais Nouveau season in Paris, when bars introduce the young, fruity vintage.

Comparing Wines at Le Vin en Tete in Paris
About.com Paris Travel Contributor Jacob Kleinman stopped by a branch of Le Vin en Tete wine bar in Paris to sample the latest Beaujoulais Nouveau.

Musée des Arts Décoratifs (Paris Decorative Arts Museum)
A visitor's guide to the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris, France, dedicated to the decorative arts across history and housed in the old Louvre.

Jacquemart-André Museum in Paris - Visitor Informaton
A guide to the Musée Jacquemart-André in Paris, whose permanent collection highlights the Italian Renaissance and 18th-century France.

Holiday Ice Skating Rinks in Paris, 2015 and 2016
Read here for information on where to find seasonal ice skating rinks in Paris in 2015 and 2015, including at Paris City Hall and the Eiffel Tower.

Food Markets in the 16th Arrondissement of Paris
Seeking fresh produce or other products in Paris' 16th arrondissement? Go here for a list of traditional open-air and covered markets in the area.

Food Markets in the 15th Arrondissement of Paris
Looking for a good food market in the 15th arrondissement of Paris? Consult this page for a full list of open-air and covered

Paris Restaurants Open for Christmas
Looking to book a special holiday meal at a restaurant open on Christmas in Paris? Find a list of restaurants open for Christmas eve and/or day here.

Best Places for Christmas Shopping in Paris
Need to go Christmas or holiday shopping in Paris? Browse our complete guide to finding unique gifts from the city of light, even on a tight budget.

Bateaux Parisiens Tour Company: Booking and Info
Bateaux Parisiens is a popular choice for boat tours along the Seine River in Paris, France. Find practical details, including buying tickets, here.

Le Moulin Rouge Cabaret in Paris - Review
About.com Paris Travel offers a lively account of a night out at the legendary (if deliciously cliche) Moulin Rouge cabaret in Paris.

Restaurants at the Eiffel Tower in Paris
A guide to the two restaurants located on the premises of Paris' Eiffel Tower: 58 Tour Eiffel and Le Jules Vernes. Find info on booking here.

Using Paris City Buses to Tour the City, Sightsee
If you don't want to dish out 20 Euros or more for traditional bus tours, using the Paris city bus system can be a good way to see the city, provided you plan carefully and equip yourself with a good transit map

Paris Neighborhood Guide: What To Do In The Arrondissements
These links to sights and attractions in each of Paris' 20 arrondissements will help you pinpoint important museums, monuments, and more. Page 1 of 2.

Iconic Things to See and Do in the City of Light
This complete guide to the top 10 tourist attractions in Paris gives you the in-depth info you'll need to enjoy the city's most popular sights.

Top Parisian Attraction #8: Sacré Coeur and Montmartre
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Top Parisian Attraction #7: Centre Pompidou
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Top Parisian Attraction #6: Arc de Triomphe
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Top Parisian Attraction #5: The Sorbonne and the Latin Quarter
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Top Parisian Attraction #4: Musée d'Orsay
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Top Parisian Attraction #3: The Eiffel Tower
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Top Parisian Attraction #2: Notre-Dame Cathedral
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Top Parisian Attraction #1: The Musee du Louvre
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Top Parisian Attraction #10: Père Lachaise
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Top Parisian Attraction #9: Boat Tour of the Seine
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Le Petit Garage in Paris: A Gritty Old-School Rock Bar
Le Petit Garage is an unpretentious rock bar in Paris featuring endearingly worn vintage furniture and chatty regulars. Old-school cool abounds here.

La Samaritaine to Rise from Ashes
In 2005, La Samaritaine, one of Paris' iconic department stores, closed after failing to meet safety codes. It's slated to re-open in coming years.

Past Winners of the French Open Tennis Tournament
Want to know who won the French Open tennis tournament in past years? This guide lists former winners of the French Open championship at Roland Garros.

Doubles Champions at Roland Garros/French Open: 1960 to present
A list of winners in the Doubles Category for the French Open Tennis Championship, from 1960 to 1999, including champions in the men's and women's Doubles tournaments at Roland Garros. Page 2.

Review of Au Sauvignon Wine Bar (Bar au Vin) in Paris
About.com Paris Travel Contributor Jacob Kleinman spent an evening at the Paris wine bar Au Sauvignon, reporting back on the results of his tastings.

Review of Mexi and Co. Mexican Restaurant in Paris
About.com Paris Travel reviews Mexi and Co, a Mexican Restaurant in Paris that gets a high score for ambiance and a lower one for authenticity.

A Great Place for Tea Near Paris' Opera District
The Laduree tearoom is a wonderful place to warm up after shopping and sightseeing in Paris' Opera and department stores district.

A Priori Thé in Paris
A Priori The is a sophisticated tea house is located in the charming Passage Vivienne, one of the many covered passageways in Paris.

Mariage Frères: For Traditional French Tea in Paris
Mariage Frèress is a French company with several teahouses or

La Mosquée de Paris Tearoom: Taste of the Middle East
The Mosquée de Paris tearoom is a refuge away from the hustle and bustle of Paris. Come here for mint tea, and enjoy the Moroccan-style mosaics.

Sesame, a Quaint but Modern Spot for Parisian Tea
Sesame is a laid-back, modern teahouse in Paris' Canal St Martin district.

Angelina: For Old-World Viennese-Style Elegance
Angelina’s Paris tea house epitomizes Belle-Epoque European sophistication and gourmet culture. It's a great spot for both tea and hot chocolate.

Warming Up: Best Places for Afternoon Tea in Paris
Need a way to warm up after sightseeing? Read our picks for the best places for tea in Paris here-- great spots for serene afternoons or mornings.

Review of the Le Relais de Venise L'Entrecôte in Paris - The Ambiance and My Bottom Line
About.com Paris Travel Contributor Jonathan James reviews traditional Paris steakhouse Le Relais de Venise - L'Entrecôte, which serves up some of Paris' best steak-frites (steak and french fries)-- with a large part of the secret in the sauce. Page 2.

Le Relais De Venise L'Entrecôte Restaurant in Paris
Jonathan James reviews Parisian steakhouse Le Relais de Venise - L'Entrecôte, serving some of Paris' best steak-frites (steak and french fries).

Musée de la Vie Romantique in Paris France
A visitor's guide to the Musée de la Vie Romantique in Paris, France, a free museum exploring French Romanticism in arts and literature.

Book Review of Paris Movie Walks by Michael Schurmann
A review of Paris Movie Walks, which features ten guided tours of Paris through a cinematic lens.

Maison de Balzac in Paris France
A visitor's guide to the Maison de Balzac in Paris, France, former residence of the famed author of The Human Comedy and other great literary works.

The Moulin Rouge Cabaret in Paris - Review of the Moulin Rouge Cabaret in Paris - Aedin Mac Devitt's Verdict
About.com Paris Travel Contributor lays out her verdict after an evening at legendary Paris cabaret Le Moulin Rouge. Page 2.

Review of Lido Cabaret in Paris France
About.com Paris Travel Contributor Colette Davidson spent an evening at the iconic Lido cabaret in Paris. Find out if the show lives up to the hype.

Review of L'As du Fallafel Restaurant in Paris
A review of L'as du Fallafel Restaurant in Paris, France, offering what many people consider the city's most delicious, satisfying falafel sandwich.

Review of Mama Shelter Concept Hotel in Paris France
About.com Paris Travel's Courtney Traub spent a night at Mama Shelter, one of Paris' trendier concept hotels featuring interior design by famed architect Philip Starck and a restaurant and bar that's always packed on the weekends. Read her review of Mama Shelter here.

Hotel Review - Mama Shelter Hotel in Paris France
Courtney Traub of About.com Paris Travel weighs in on her stay at Mama Shelter, a quirky hotel near Pere-Lachaise cemetery in Paris which has won the affection of those in search of a stylish yet original experience.

Nuit Blanche 2015 in Paris, France Guide
A guide to Nuit Blanche 2014 (White Night) in Paris, France, an annual, free arts event in which museums and other cultural hotspots stay open all night.

A Few Mythical Happenings at the Procope Cafe: History
A few mythical historic events that took place at one of Europe's oldest cafes, the Cafe Procope, in Paris.

Voltaire's Table at the Procope: A Literary Legend
A shot showing the table where French satirist Voltaire spent numerous caffeine-fueled hours at the Cafe Procope in Paris, debating and sharing ideas.

Inside the Procope: The Oldest Cafe in Paris?
A visitors' guide to Cafe Procope, reputed as the oldest cafe in Paris and once the haunt of the likes of French philosophers Voltaire and Diderot.

First Stop in Paris Literary Tour: Closerie des Lilas
First up in this self-guided literary tour of Paris is the Closerie de Lilas, a cafe-bar made famous by Ernest Hemingway, Oscar Wilde, and many others.

Stop 9 in Paris Writer's Tour: Hemingway Bar at the Ritz
Next up on the self-guided tour of writers' haunts in Paris: the Hemingway Bar at the Ritz hotel.

Literary Haunts in Paris: Famous Writers' Favorite Spots
Take a self-guided tour of these 10 literary haunts in Paris: places coveted by famous writers and thinkers like De Beauvoir, Baldwin, and Hemingway.

Stop 3: Shakespeare and Company Bookhop
Step 4 in your self-guided tour to literary haunts in the city of light: the prestigious old Shakespeare and Company bookshop.

Stop 6: Café de Flore
Stop 6 in Paris Literary Haunts Walking Tour: Café de Flore

Stop 3: Cafe Tournon, Haunt of James Baldwin and Others
Stop 3 in Paris Literary Tour: Cafe Tournon, Haunt of Richard Wright and James Baldwin

Visit the 19th Century Salons of Victor Hugo and others
Stop 8 in the Paris literary tour is Laperouse, a sumptuous old bar where Victor Hugo, George Sand and other writers had little salons.

Stop 2: Jardin du Luxembourg
Parisian Literary Haunts Stop 2: Luxembourg Gardens

Stop 10: Café de la Paix
The final stop on this literary tour of the French capital: Cafe de la Paix on the right bank near Opera.

Stop 8: Cafe Procope
Stop 8 on Paris Literary Tour: Le Procope, Claimed to be the Oldest Cafe in Paris

Stop 5: Les Deux Magots
Stop 5 in Paris Writers' Tour: Les Deux Magots

Visitors' Guide to the Petit Palais in Paris France
A visitor's guide to the Petit Palais museum in Paris, including an overview of the museum's permanent collection, history, and practical information.

Jeu de Paume National Gallery in Paris: Visitor's Guide
A visitor's guide to the Jeu de Paume in Paris, located next to the Musee de l'Orangerie in the Tuileries Gardens and a major contemporary arts space.

Viaduc Des Arts and Promenade Plantée in Paris
A defunct railway in Paris was converted into the Viaduc des Arts, housing artisanal shops and boutiques situated below a verdant above-ground garden.

Gorgeous garlic bulbs invite the eye at the Aligre Market
Gorgeous garlic bulbs invite the eye at the Aligre Market in Paris, France.

White and green asparagus, peppers, and other beautiful vegetables
A shot showing white and green asparagus, peppers, and other beautiful vegetables at the Aligre food market in Paris, France.

An abundance of cherries at the Aligre Market in Paris
An abundance of cherries at the Aligre Market in Paris

Fresh flowers from the market at Paris's Marche d'Aligre
A shot showing fresh flowers from the market at Paris's Marche d'Aligre

Another shot of a customer and a seller at the Aligre in Paris
Another shot of a customer and a seller at the Aligre food market in Paris

A fresh fish market at the Marche Aligre in Paris
A shot from a fresh fish market at the Marche Aligre in Paris, France.

A cheese stand offers tempting varieties at the covered Beauvau market
A cheese stand offers endless tempting varieties at the covered Beauvau market in Paris, France, part of the Place Aligre market area.

Juicy red and green tomatoes in the Beauvau covered market
This shot shows juicy red and green tomatoes in the Beauvau covered market in Paris, France's 11th arrondissement.

Colorful root vegetables are the highlight at this stand at Aligre
Colorful root vegetables are the highlight at this stand at the Aligre food market in Paris.

A fruit seller at the market offers a bounty of tantalizing varieties...
A fruit seller at the Aligre market in Paris offers a bounty of tantalizing varieties, from tropical to local fruit.

Old-fashioned music-box players add ambiance at Aligre
Old-fashioned music-box players add to the ambiance at the Aligre outdoor food market in Paris, France.

Delicate purple aubergines (eggplants) at Marche Aligre
A shot showing delicate purple aubergines (eggplants) at the Marche Aligre food market in Paris.

A watermelon at the Aligre not unlike Wilson from "Castaway"....
In this shot from the Aligre Market in Paris, a watermelon not unlike Tom Hanks' inanimate friend Wilson from the film

In Pictures:Tempting Scenes From Paris's Aligre Market
The Marché Aligre is probably Paris's most prized outdoor market. Bursting with color, it's a treat to amble there. See pictures of the market here.

A panoply of beautiful red fruits and berries: perfect for summer tarts
A shot from the Marche d'Aligre in Paris shows a panoply of beautiful red fruits and berries: perfect for summer tarts and smoothies.

Le Baron Rouge wine bar: a great place for an aperitif
Le Baron Rouge wine bar in Paris, situated smack in the middle of the Aligre food market, is a great place for an aperitif or light meal.

Touring Paris's Marché d'Aligre on a Sunny June Day
Touring the Marché d'Aligre in Paris is always fun when you have someone in the know to show you their favorite stalls.

Gorgeous purple artichokes at the Marché d'Aligre in Paris
A shot of gorgeous purple artichokes sold at a stand at the popular Marché d'Aligre food market in Paris.

A fruit seller serves melon to a customer
A shot of a fruit seller serving a customer at the Aligre food market in Paris, France.

Plump red pomegranates catch the eye at the Aligre market
Plump red pomegranates catch the eye at the Aligre market in Paris, France.

Exploring the Bastille/Charonne Neighborhood in Paris
A complete guide to the vibrant Bastille and Charonne districts in Paris, popular for nightlife and shopping and boasting green, quiet areas too.

Medieval Site #3: Sainte-Chapelle and La Conciergerie
Next up in our medieval tour of Paris is the glorious St-Chapelle and adjoining Conciergerie.

Medieval Site #5: Abbey of Saint-Germain-des-Prés
The Abbey of St-Germain is a Benedictine abbey founded in the 6th century by Childebert, son of King Clovis. It dominated the city with its influence.

Medieval Site #2: St Germain l'Auxerrois
In the 11th century King Robert the Pious founded the St Germain l'Auxerrois church in Paris, which was then expanded throughout the next four centuries.

Top 6 Medieval Sites in Paris: Historical Gems
Fascinated by medieval history? From the Cluny Museum to the Louvre, these 6 sites in Paris will plunge you into the mysterious heart of the Middle Ages.

Medieval Site # 7: Hotel de Cluny (Museum and Gardens)
Last up in our guide to exploring Paris of the Middle Ages is the Cluny museum and gardens.

The Louvre Palace: Impressive 12th Century Foundations
Many don't realize that the Louvre in Paris was once the center of a 12-century medieval fortress. Read more on medieval sites in the city.

Medieval Site #4: Notre Dame and its archaeological crypt
The next stop on our medieval tour of Paris: Notre Dame and its fascinating archeological crypt, exposing 2,000 years of Parisian history.

More Medieval Sites to Explore in the French Capital
More ideas on exploring the medieval history of Paris, from About Paris Travel.

Archaeological Crypt at Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris
If you've already visited Notre Dame in Paris but neglected to try out a tour of the fascinating archaeological crypt, consider visiting it next time.

Highlights from Notre Dame Cathedral: Facts and Details
A guide to what to look out for at Notre Dame in Paris, with visit highlights and tons of interesting facts about the famed cathedral.

Place du Marché Sainte-Catherine in Paris France
Place du Marché Sainte-Catherine in the Marais district of Paris is a square occupied by restaurants and shops. Read about it in our travel guide.

Walking Tour of Paris' Marais Neighborhood: Travel Guide
Take a self-guided walking tour of the compelling old Paris neighborhood known as the Marais. This travel guide offers tons of expert tips.

Rue des Rosiers in Paris, France - Jewish Paris
A description and picture of Rue des Rosiers in Paris, France, the heart of the city's traditional Jewish quarter.

The Hotel de Sens in Paris: A Fascinating Medieval Residence
The Hotel de Sens is a medieval-period private residence in the Marais district in Paris, France, and once home to French royals such as Queen Margot.

Fortress Philippe-Auguste - Remnants of Paris' Medieval Wall
An intriguing shot showing the discreet remnants of the fortress built by King Philippe-Auguste in the 12th century, and visible today in Paris.

The Saint-Paul Village in Paris - Antique Shopping and History
All about the Village Saint-Paul, fascinating covered passageways in Paris' Marais neighborhood now housing a vibrant weekend antiques market.

Eglise Saint-Paul-Saint-Louis in Paris - Jesuit Style
The Saint-Paul Saint-Louis Church is a Jesuit-Style church in the Marais, on Rue Saint-Antoine.

Hôtel de Sully - Stunning Renaissance Residence in Paris France
The Hôtel de Sully is an opulent Parisian residence dating to the Renaissance. Some areas are open to visitors, including the stunning courtyard.

Place des Vosges in Paris France - Square Louis XIII
All about the elegant Place des Vosges in Paris, France, an opulent royal square founded by Henri IV. Victor Hugo once lived on the square.

Rue Des Francs-Bourgeois Shopping District in Paris
Rue des Francs-Bourgeois in the Marais district of Paris boasts medievall and Renaissance-era mansions and is the site of a lively shopping district.

Western Rose Window at Basilique Saint Denis in France
A shot showing the Western Rose window at the Basilique St Denis outside Paris, Francee.

Stained Glass at St Denis Basilica
A shot showing beautiful stained glass at St Denis Cathedral Basilica in France, one of the country's most exquisite examples of gothic architecture.

Recumbent Statues at Saint Denis Basilica - Effigies of King and Queens
A shot showing some of the astounding recumbent effigies (likenesses) of deceased French kings and queens at the Basilique St Denis outside Paris.

Detail of Royal Effigy and Saint-Denis Basilica in France
A shot showing recumbent effigies of a royal family at the Basilique Saint-Denis, including the likeness of a small child that died early.

Tomb of King Dagobert I - Cathedrale Basilique Saint-Denis
A shot showing the tomb of King Dagobert of France, who was the first monarch of dozens to be buried at the St Denis Cathedral Basilica outside Paris.

The Crypt of Saint-Denis at St Denis Basilica
A shot showing the crypt of the mysterious St-Denis, one of the first saints of France.

Detail of Tomb at St Denis Cathedral
An amusing detail of a recumbent effigy of a royal figure at Saint-Denis Basilica outside Paris.

Saint-Denis Basilica Outside Paris : A Royal Necropolis
The St Denis Cathedral Basilica outside Paris houses an astounding 70 recumbent statues and tombs of dozens of kings and queens.

Commemoration to Joan of Arc at Saint-Denis Basilica
A shot showing a commemorative plate to Joan of Arc outside the imposing doors of the Basilique-Cathedrale de St Denis in France.

Food Markets in the 12th Arrondissement of Paris
A list of open-air and covered food markets in the 1st arrondissement of Paris, France, including opening days and times.

Lapérouse Restaurant and Bar in Paris: Profile and Review
Lapérouse is a decadent, romantic spot in Paris for dining or drinks. Boasting a zinc bar and sumptuous private booths, it's steeped in literary history.

Tabby Cat Snoozes On a Printer in Paris Shop Window
A picture of an orange tabby cat asleep in a shop window in Paris, France.

Cat Lounging at Paris' Shakespeare and Company Bookshop
A shot of a cute black cat just lounging amid books at the Shakespeare and Company shop in Paris, France.

Feline Charms: Pictures of Cute Cats in Paris
What sort of animal is dignified and elegant enough to prance gracefully around Paris? Cats, of course. Browse our gallery of cute Parisian kitties.

The Author Pets a Cute "Tuxedo" Cat in Montmartre
A shot of a cute cat in Montmartre, a northern neighborhood in Paris.

Montmartre Cat Emerges From Behind a Gate
Bonjour! A black and cream-colored resident of the old arty Montmartre neighborhood emerges from behind a metal gate to say hello.

A Black Cat Suns in a Parisian Cemetery
A shot of a black cat sunning in a Paris city cemetery. Cats-- both feral and domesticated-- love to hang out in graveyards in the city of light.

An Orange Tabbi Cat Enjoys (Rare) Parisian Snow
An orange tabbi cat enjoys (rare) Parisian snow in this picture

Cat on a Market Shelf in Paris: Really, Kitty?
An amusing shot of a cat hanging out casually on a food market shelf in Paris, France. Yes, you really can find cats and dogs anywhere in this city.

Cat on a Quiet Cobbled Street Somewhere in Paris
An aerial shot of a feline roaming around a quiet cobblestone street in Paris, France

Sign Warning of "Guard Cat" in Paris
An amusing shot of a sign warning of a dangerous

Guide to the Tour Montparnasse in Paris: For Gorgeous Panoramic Scenes
Many tourists overlook the Tour Montparnasse because it's a rather unappealing skyscraper: but it in fact affords gorgeous panoramic views. Read more.

All About the Tour Saint-Jacques in Paris France
The only remaining element of a church that once stood in central Paris, the St-Jacques Tower dates to the 16th century and recently underwent a dramatic restoration.

Beyond the Eiffel: 4 Little-Known Towers in Paris
Already seen the Eiffel? Visit these 4 overlooked towers in Paris for sweeping views of the city, interesting histories, or both.

Review of Discover Paris Walking Tour: Black History Around Luxembourg Gardens
About Paris Travel's Courtney Traub reviews the

Rosa Bonheur Bar and Cafe: A-Coveted Terrace
Rosa Bonheur is a hip cafe-bar located in Paris' 19th arrondissement, on the edge of the Romantic-style Buttes-Chaumont park.

5 Fantastic Cafe Terraces in Paris
Looking for a spot to have a coffee or glass of wine while enjoying the sun outside? Read our top picks for 5 fantastic cafe terraces in Paris.

Le Perchoir Cafe in Paris: Cool Panoramic Terrace
Le Perchoir cafe-bar in Paris is a recent venue boasting stunning panoramic views, and attracting a stylish set prepared to wait in line to get a seat.

Café de Flore: Classic Writers' Haunt in St-Germain
Café de Flore is one of Paris' most iconic cafes, attracting steady streams of tourists for its literary history and pleasant outdoor terrace.

Le Playtime, for Seine River-side Dreaming in Paris
Docked on the edge of the Seine next to the Cite de la Mode et du Design, Le Playtime is one of several boat-slash-bars in Paris, and has a great terrace.

Le Georges, for panoramic views in the city center
For some great panoramic views of the city, Le Georges at the Centre Pompidou can't be beat.

Remarkable Parisians: George Whitman, Founder of Shakespeare & Company
A profile and obituary for George Whitman, founder of the iconic Paris bookshop Shakespeare and Company.

Musée Quai Branly in Paris: Art from Africa, Asia, Oceania
A visitor's guide to the Musée du Quai Branly in Paris, France, a museum dedicated to arts and artifacts from Africa, Asia, Oceania and the Americas.

Best Asian Arts Museums in Paris: Top 3 Collections
Interested in the artistic traditions of China, Japan, Korea, or southeast Asia? Paris is a secret treasure-trove of museums dedicated to Asian art.

Interested in Asian Art? Visit the Musée Guimet in Paris
The Musée Guimet in Paris, also known as the National Museum of Asian Arts, is a treasury of art and artifacts from the far east. Find complete info.

Pictures of Paris Plages 2010
Pictures of Paris Plage 2010, an annual free event in Paris that sees a full-fledged beach set up on the banks of the Seine River and elsewhere.

View of the Boardwalk at Paris Plage 2010
A shot showing Paris Plage 2010 as seen from above, a makeshift beach set up on part of the Seine riverbank each summer in Paris.

Cooling Off in Fountains at Paris Plage 2010
Visitors cool off at a drinking fountain at Paris Plages 2010.

View From Cafe Terrace at Paris Plage 2010
A shot taken from a boardwalk cafe at a Paris beach set up on the Seine River in 2010, as part of the event known as

Mist Bath at Paris Plage 2010
A shot of a rainbow forming in a mist bath at Paris Plage 2010, a temporary beach installed on the banks of the Seine River in Paris each summer.

View of Beach Boardwalk at Paris Plage 2010
A picture showing the boardwalk at Paris Plage 2010 from under a bridge.

Learning to Fly at Paris Plage 2010 - Kids' Activities
A young visitor at Paris Plage, the ephemeral beach set up each summer in several locations of Paris, enjoys a free game on the Seine river boardwalk.

Montparnasse Cemetery in Paris: A Complete Guide
A full guide to the Montparnasse Cemetery in Paris: the burial place for famous figures including Jean-Paul Sartre, Susan Sontag, and Samuel Beckett.

In Review: Ti Jos Breton Creperie in Paris
Courtney Traub of About.com Paris Travel reviews Ti Jos, a creperie in Paris' Montparnasse district serving tasty and wonderfully simple Breton fare.

14th Arrondissement in Paris: A Visitors' Guide
A succinct guide to what to see and do in Paris' 14th arrondissement (district), the pulse of south Paris and the home of the legendary Montparnasse neighborhood.

Top Paris Jazz Festivals
A guide to the top Paris jazz festivals held every year in the city, including the St-Germain-des-Pres Jazz Festival and Banlieues Bleues.

- By Category
An index of categories in the

Guide to the Musée de l'Armée in Paris
Interested in military history? Visit the Musée de l'Armée in Paris (Army Museum). From Napoleon's guns to elaborate armor, the collection is stunning.

Père Lachaise: A Tranquil Haven in Northeast Paris
In this photo gallery of gorgeous cemeteries in the city of light, we take a look at the burial place of Oscar Wilde and Jim Morrison.

Gorgeous Scene From Cimetiere du Montparnasse
Montparnasse cemetery is one of Paris's loveliest. See a shot from the score just burial place of famous people including French poet Baudelaire.

Picture of Montmartre Cemetery in Paris
A picture from the subtly poetic Montmartre Cemetery in Paris, France.

Picture of Passy Cemetery in Paris
In this shot of the Passy Cemetery in Paris, you can glimpse the Eiffel Tower from over the graves and trees.

In Pictures: Most Beautiful Cemeteries in Paris
Paris makes an art of everything, and its places of rest are no exception. See pictures of the most gorgeous and poetic cemeteries in Paris here.

Heading Uphill at Père Lachaise Cemetery
Père Lachaise Cemetery from the vantage of a narrow stairway. Page 10.

Shot of Jim Morrison's Grave at Père Lachaise Cemetery
A detailed shot of Jim Morrison's grave at Père Lachaise Cemetery in Paris, France. Page 9.

Oscar Wilde's Tomb at Père Lachaise Cemetery in Paris
A shot of playwright Oscar Wilde's memorable grave and memorial at Père Lachaise Cemetery in Paris, France. Page 2.

Statue at Père Lachaise Cemetery in Paris France
A shot of one of the many breathtaking statues at Père Lachaise Cemetery in Paris, France. Page 12.

Green Hillside at Père Lachaise Cemetery - Picture Gallery
A shot of a lush hillside at Père Lachaise Cemetery in Paris. Page 11.

Tomb of Honoré de Balzac at Père Lachaise Cemetery in Paris, France
French novelist Honoré de Balzac's tomb at Père Lachaise Cemetery in Paris, France. Page 6.

Crematorium at Père Lachaise Cemetery in Paris, France
Shot of the Crematorium at Père Lachaise Cemetery. Page 13.

Lush landscapes at Père Lachaise Cemetery
A shot of lush landscapes at Père Lachaise Cemetery in Paris. Page 8.

Guardian Angel at Père Lachaise Cemetery in Paris, France
A sublime sculpted angel decorates one of the many monuments populating Père Lachaise Cemetery in Paris, France.

Shot of an Ornate Grave at Père Lachaise Cemetery
An unusually decorated tomb at Père Lachaise Cemetery in Paris, France. Page 7.

Sunny View of Père-Lachaise Cemetery in Paris France
Père Lachaise Cemetery from a sunny hilltop vantage. Page 14.

Picture of Tombs at Père Lachaise Cemetery i
A shot of tombs at Père Lachaise Cemetery in Paris, France. Page 3.

Tree-lined road at Père Lachaise Cemetery
Picture of a green pathway at Père Lachaise Cemetery. Page 5.

World War I Memorial at Père Lachaise Cemetery
A shot of a memorial from World War I at Père Lachaise Cemetery in Paris, France. Page 4.

Gorgeous Pictures of Père Lachaise Cemetery in Paris
See our inspired gallery of pictures from Père Lachaise Cemetery in Paris, France-- one of the city's loveliest places of rest.

Gorgeous Pictures of Père Lachaise Cemetery in Paris
See our inspired gallery of pictures from Père Lachaise Cemetery in Paris, France-- one of the city's loveliest places of rest.

Le Foodist Review: The Main Course
In part three of her review of Le Foodist cooking course in Paris, About.com Paris Travel Contributor Colette Davidson weighs in on the main course.

A Delicious End: The Dessert at Le Foodist Cooking Class
About.com Paris Travel Contributor was thrown into a delicious adventure at Le Foodist in Paris, where she learned how to cook a three-course French meal. Read her review here.

Le Foodist Cooking Course - Starting the Meal
In part two of her review of Le Foodist's cooking course, Colette Davidson preps onions, fresh vanilla beans, and salmon tartare.

In Review: Le Foodist Cooking Classes in Paris
About.com Paris Travel Contributor was thrown into a delicious adventure at Le Foodist in Paris, where she learned how to cook a three-course French meal. Read her review here.

Paris for Wine Lovers: Tasting, Touring, and Learning
If you're a wine lover, or want to educate your palate, Paris is the perfect playground. Find out where to taste, tour, and learn about wine history.

Top Weird and Eclectic Museums in Paris
Bored with doldrum tourist attractions like the Louvre? Explore these weird and quirky Paris museums, from catacombs and sewers to historical oddities.

Musee de la Prefecture in Paris France (Police Museum)
Not many tourists visit the Musee de la Prefecture (Paris Police Museum), but this gem offers more than 2,000 original artifacts relics dating to 1667.

Guide to the 7th Arrondissement in Paris
A succinct guide to what to see and do in Paris' 7th arrondissement, which houses some of the city's most celebrated attractions-- including the Eiffel Tower.

Eiffel Tower Facts and Visit Highlights
Looking for some interesting facts about the Eiffel Tower and its history, and learn about highlights to look for on your next visit? Look no further!