Many travelers to Paris only see its top attractions, but Paris has other sides. Here are five unusual ways to experience a little bit of Parisian life for yourself
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Famous for its art history, the 14th arrondissement is one of our favorite places in Paris. Here’s what to do and see in Montparnasse.
Carnival in Nice, France is a huge event. The two-week season is filled with events and parades. Here’s what to see and do at Carnival.
While Malbec from Argentina is well-known, it was a transplant from France. To sample Malbec as it was originally grown, try the wine from the Cahors region in France.
A mother-daughter trip to Paris to see the Eiffel Tower and dine near the Champs Elysees takes an unexpected turn when they head underground into the city’s historic catacombs.
Paris has inspired many writers and artists over the centuries, and it can inspire you too. New York Times Best Selling Author Denise Grover Swank shares five places in Paris that inspire her creativity.
Visit legendary Parisians of the past at Père-Lachaise Cemetery, the most famous cemetery in Paris, France. Here’s what you need to know for your visit.
Though often missed by visitors, Le Marais has a colorful history and present-day attractions that make it a must-see when visiting Paris.
David Powell cruises through Burgundy on the luxury hotel barge, L’Impressionniste. Here’s what he experienced in this beautiful part of France.
This Prague to Paris Viking Cruise along the Main, Rhine and Moselle Rivers enables travelers to soak up European history.
Sometimes the best way to see a destination is from the water – especially when it means a river cruise in France.
River cruising is popular in France, but when your mode of transportation is a raft, it’s a different way to see the French countryside.