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Inside Background
Haussmann, Haussmann and again Haussmann. We owe this 19th century architect...
Last edited: 14 June 2011
Some would say that the words "Paris" and "Culture" are synonymous. And some...
Last edited: 22 August 2011
Paris:  Health & Safety Paris is considered as a quite safe city. You can...
Last edited: 29 May 2014
Over a period of more than 2,000 years, Paris has been attacked by outside...
Last edited: 28 January 2014
As a major global city, Paris has a lot going on. The city itself is...
Last edited: 25 July 2014
FREE PDF GUIDES   PromptGuides.com – Preplanned Paris City Guides PDF Complete...
Last edited: 02 September 2013
Paris Convention and Visitors Bureau  Tel : +33 (0) 8 92 68 31 12 / +33 (0) 8...
Last edited: 05 August 2012
Because of France’s location right off the Atlantic, Paris’s weather is mild...
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GETTING AROUND (Le Metro) Paris (pair-ree) is a truly great city.  You're going...
Last edited: 28 January 2014
Paris. Free, cheap and uncomplicated! (or, “how to enjoy the most beautiful...
Last edited: 26 November 2013
Paris is a fantastic city to visit with kids and offers much to an adventurous...
Last edited: 17 March 2014
If you think that Paris is an expensive city, you're not mistaken, but there...
Last edited: 28 January 2014
Renting a vacation apartment in Paris Most hotel rooms in Paris are appropriate...
Last edited: 07 August 2014
Paris, the City of Light, evokes romantic emotions in anyone who has ever...
Last edited: 19 June 2013
There are many iPhone apps available to help a visitor around New York and a...
Last edited: 28 May 2014
Paris Museum Pass - The PARIS MUSEUM PASS gives you access to over 60 museums...
Last edited: 16 June 2014
Renting a vacation apartment can save you loads of money on your trip to Paris...
Last edited: 18 February 2013
WHAT'S THE NEIGHBORHOOD LIKE? www.pagesjaunes.fr You can see a map, or a photo...
Last edited: 06 December 2013
Here is a list of books that may open children's minds to the land to which...
Last edited: 17 March 2014
This is a link to some Paris photos. Paris Pictures Paris Pictures Or if you...
Last edited: 07 November 2010
Delyan, one of the best tea houses in Paris!  Just a few blocks away from City...
Last edited: 14 December 2010
Planning for Paris Part II: Visiting Neighborhoods Montmartre, the Latin...
Last edited: 12 March 2014
One of the first things to do is to begin reading short (specifically short and...
Last edited: 02 September 2011
101 Things to do in Paris My Secret Paris by Lisette, a true Parisian  SECRET...
Last edited: 13 May 2013
Paris, like many other major cities has pickpockets.  In the area of Centre...
Last edited: 14 September 2013
Travelling with seniors in Paris or any city can be fun, but at the same time...
Last edited: 08 September 2013
A weekend in Paris with 100 Euros to spend Do you dream to explore the capitol...
Last edited: 29 July 2011
Inside Transportation
Airports There are two main airports serving Paris: Orly and...
Last edited: 30 January 2014
Paris (in its walls, that is inside the roughly oval area encompassed by the...
Last edited: 12 March 2014
Metro The metro is the ideal way to get around Paris fast and easily. There are...
Last edited: 01 April 2014
TAXIS Note: Licensed taxis have a sign saying “Taxis parisiens” on them. If you...
Last edited: 15 September 2014
Some people find booking on SNCF to be difficult.  Below is a step by step...
Last edited: 11 May 2013
There are tours orientated towards The American Beaches, tours towards The...
Last edited: 15 June 2011
The bus system in Paris is complex. First, you need THE Book, on where the...
Last edited: 28 January 2014
Via the METRO/RER: The Eiffel Tower's nearest metro/RER station is Champ de...
Last edited: 13 September 2014
There is a great way to move around Paris as a complement to Metro or BUS...
Last edited: 02 May 2014
Figuring where to stay in Paris can be an exciting (and exhausting!) thing to...
Last edited: 16 June 2014
Paris is a city with six ( 6 ) major train stations in the city centre, each...
Last edited: 05 August 2012
Most visitors to Paris will make use of the city's life-line public transport...
Last edited: 23 September 2013
If you're arriving via Eurostar to Paris Gare du Nord, then bus 42 is perfect...
Last edited: 17 October 2008
For everyone asking how to get to your hotel from CDG - do you realize that for...
Last edited: 29 June 2014
This is a list of  a few key railway terms in English & French: aisle...
Last edited: 09 July 2011
Transfer between Paris Gare du Nord and Paris Gare de Lyon: Take the RER line D...
Last edited: 16 June 2014
Paris is served by three airports and six major train stations and several bus...
Last edited: 10 March 2014
Inside Things to Do
Reims, the champagne capital of France.  Take the train from Gare d'lest to...
Last edited: 23 September 2013
With its attractions, heritage and things to do, Paris is an admirable...
Last edited: 23 February 2014
The priority for all first time visitors is to get a good overview of Paris...
Last edited: 22 July 2014
check out great tips about Parisian activities, hotels, and restaurants on this...
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What is your top 5 things to do & see ? This is a city with numerous...
Last edited: 29 September 2011
  In Paris there are many clubs with all kinds of music and for all kinds of...
Last edited: 05 June 2014
Newly re-opened Louxor cinema In the 10th arrondissement right opposite...
Last edited: 28 May 2014
Paris has a vibrant cultural life. Theaters abound, mostly in the Grands...
Last edited: 08 November 2010
Shopping  Paris is famous for its department stores known as “Grands magasins...
Last edited: 07 June 2013
The main sport when visiting Paris is walking. That’s how you will get the best...
Last edited: 12 June 2013
Even if you have only 24 hours or less to spend in Paris, this is enough for a...
Last edited: 09 November 2010
The Rue Cler, located just steps from the Eiffel Tower and the Esplanade des...
Last edited: 19 May 2012
Just a few suggestions - Explore the shops, restaurants and market on the rue...
Last edited: 18 May 2013
Short-term apartment rentals are an alternative type of lodging, particularly...
Last edited: 02 August 2011
If you go to Paris and have only 4 or 5 days, this is what you should do: Make...
Last edited: 11 June 2013
If you're looking for a different Paris experience, something innovative &...
Last edited: 26 June 2008
Discovering Paris in three days: Day One: Ile de la Cite: Notre Dame, Hotel...
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Do you want to avoid cultural misunderstanding and blend in perfectly in Paris...
Last edited: 20 September 2012
Paris has the reputation of being one of the most romantic cities in the world...
Last edited: 17 December 2009
Paris is absolutely fabulous but here are some of recommended highlights...
Last edited: 02 September 2014
The Invisible French Guide Through Paris Updated May 2013.  Day 1 So... you're...
Last edited: 20 May 2013
  The Invisible French Guide Through Paris Updated May 2013.    Day 2 So you're...
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Tips for First Time Visitors to Paris Paris, France is an amazing city! The...
Last edited: 07 August 2013
If you've been to Paris and have seen most of the usual sights,, here's a...
Last edited: 21 November 2013
Most Paris hotel rooms, even in luxury lodgings, are built to accommodate only...
Last edited: 07 September 2010
With narrow cobblestones streets and a list of interesting street cafes...
Last edited: 12 November 2012
An Insider’s View - language and culture immersion courses   For those who want...
Last edited: 03 November 2006
The Latin Quarter is the student side of Paris. The Sorbonne University is its...
Last edited: 12 November 2012
If you want to really experience the Paris of today, then you must visit the...
Last edited: 17 September 2012
Go all the way to Paris and go to the movies? Why yes! Paris is the cinema...
Last edited: 20 May 2013
http://www.nytime...
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Paris main Train stations are Gare St Lazare,Gare du Nord,Gare...
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PARIS FLEA MARKETS Paris has a lot of different Flea Markets, the biggest and...
Last edited: 11 August 2013
Transport  The Paris public transport system, known by the acronym RATP, is one...
Last edited: 10 July 2014
Paris is well-known for the titles of 'City of light' and 'The World's Most...
Last edited: 07 November 2010
Must do: Notre Dame – walk around it outside, around the back, the whole place...
Last edited: 28 April 2012
One should consider that while the French claim to love dogs, they do not love...
Last edited: 12 June 2013
Small kids? RUSH to the incredibly hard-to-pronounce Jardin des Tuileries . The...
Last edited: 07 September 2012
Paris is a romantic city and many of Paris' famous landmarks, which are all...
Last edited: 19 March 2014
Paris  is a city with a number of major locations providing great scenic views...
Last edited: 20 May 2013
In just about every major European city, at every major site there is a long...
Last edited: 10 July 2013
Visiting Paris museums and monuments are the things you most want to do here...
Last edited: 22 June 2014
The Meridian of Paris If you have ever been to Paris, you might have seen them...
Last edited: 01 December 2011
The Claude Monet Art Tour Claude Monet was one of the greatest impressionist...
Last edited: 23 June 2007
The food culture in Paris is very strong as everyone knows. If you are looking...
Last edited: 13 June 2013
So you just got to Paris or are planning to soon, and have zero idea on where...
Last edited: 12 June 2013
At the Louvre Museum: Mona Lisa, Venus de Milo, Winged Victory-the big three...
Last edited: 21 July 2014
These villages take some walking to get to - but is absolutely worth it - once...
Last edited: 07 June 2006
The common goal durig a travel with kids: make the life easier. As a French...
Last edited: 25 July 2012
Paris  During longer stays in France (7 days or more), it's a good idea to...
Last edited: 21 May 2013
Eiffel Tower TicketsTWO OR THREE DAYS IN PARIS There are frequent questions...
Last edited: 21 August 2014
The Viaduct behind the Opera in the Bastille district is a must for any visitor...
Last edited: 28 February 2013
Experience Paris at your leisure by bike with Vélib' ! The bike sharing system...
Last edited: 08 July 2014
Aeon Tours : offers year-round tours including, a Paris Essentials Tour, a...
Last edited: 10 September 2014
The 19th arondissement is not for the faint of heart or for tourists who have...
Last edited: 29 June 2007
A World in a Pan is a small cooking school located in a real Parisian apartment...
Last edited: 07 September 2012
Angelina is a famous Paris tearoom which first opened in 1903. This is a good...
Last edited: 16 January 2014
Antoine et Lili is a women's clothing store that is really different, artsy...
Last edited: 31 July 2008
The Aquarium de Paris (also known as CinéAqua) is located at the Trocadero...
Last edited: 07 September 2012
This world-famous landmark structure has served ever since the days of Napoleon...
Last edited: 24 May 2013
Les Invalides was built from 1671 to 1676 by Louis XIV to shelter old and...
Last edited: 08 November 2010
A Bike About tour of Paris is a nice way to orient yourself with...
Last edited: 28 April 2011
The Buddha Bar is known for the big Buddha statue in the centre, which...
Last edited: 07 September 2012
Casual Cooking with the Countess typically starts at 11:00 a.m, and lasts 2.5...
Last edited: 07 September 2012
The Cité de la Musique is immersed in the greenery of the Parc de la Villette...
Last edited: 28 January 2010
This is a 2-hour, free walking tour of Montmartre. The guide, Chris, will tell...
Last edited: 12 December 2012
Colette is the most famous parisian concept store, it is located at 213 rue du...
Last edited: 20 May 2013
  Cook’n With Class invites you for a unique, hands-on culinary experience...
Last edited: 03 January 2012
On Friday February 1, 2008, a fire destroyed the second floor of the Deyrolle...
Last edited: 29 February 2008
Alex, Charlotte, Bertrand, Cécile, and other native, Paris-born, City Guides...
Last edited: 13 March 2011
To learn more about the the Ritz Escoffier School, here is the website...
Last edited: 31 January 2008
As one of the most visible icons of Paris, the Eiifel Tower is an iron lattice...
Last edited: 07 November 2010
Espace Glisse Paris 18 is a new huge indoor park for skateboarding, BMX &...
Last edited: 23 November 2009
Experience Paris strived to be the most creative and responsive customer...
Last edited: 15 October 2010
Fer a Cheval embodies everything you'd expect in a classic Parisian bistro...
Last edited: 19 August 2008
This is a magnificent patisserie serving fresh breads,pastries, cakes, tarts...
Last edited: 17 October 2008
This beautiful 19th century building on the Rue de Rivoli is the Paris City...
Last edited: 24 July 2006
The Ile Saint Louis is the perfect place to have a romantic walk ( it's less...
Last edited: 04 June 2013
The first thing travelers interested in the Cinematheque Francaise should know...
Last edited: 08 September 2006
When in Paris in the winter,  visit La Maison Du Chocolat. The original shop is...
Last edited: 15 November 2008
Le Caveau de la Huchette is a Jazzclub in the middle of the Quartier Latin...
Last edited: 17 October 2008
The bar is a large disco up stairs and doesn't get jamming until late - midnite...
Last edited: 10 August 2008
One of the most famous nightclubs in Paris, located in the "triangle d'or...
Last edited: 17 October 2008
A super-trendy bar and restaurant serving pan-Asian cuisine in an atmosphere...
Last edited: 07 September 2012
The Mémorial de la Shoah based in Rue Geoffroy Asni in Paris opened its doors...
Last edited: 07 January 2010
The Montmartre hill is very nice.  It is quite a walk from the Seine and...
Last edited: 05 March 2014
Musee d'Orsay is not to be missed, even if you "know nothing" about art.  The...
Last edited: 02 November 2013
beautiful art. I wasn't expecting the magnificent display of Monet's...
Last edited: 31 July 2010
The Louvre is a huge art gallery housed in an old Parisian palace. It holds a...
Last edited: 10 September 2012
A must for any wine enthusiast! Take a break from the other museums and check...
Last edited: 19 August 2009
Musee Marmottan Claude Monet is nestled in on the east side of the Bois de...
Last edited: 26 March 2010
THE MUSEUM WILL BE OPENING ITS DOORS THE 25TH OF OCTOBER 2014   see...
Last edited: 15 September 2014
You can easily enjoy the wonderful offerings of Musee Rodin in 1-2 hours.  It...
Last edited: 13 June 2013
“L'Institut du Monde Arabe” is a place of culture created and designed to bring...
Last edited: 18 January 2010
This famous cathedral, a masterpiece of Gothic architecture on which...
Last edited: 29 October 2010
Whether you are looking for sophisticated seminars for adults or creative tours...
Last edited: 16 September 2010
Discover Paris in one hour! Paris-Story allows you to discover the joys and...
Last edited: 14 December 2010
With Paris Wine Day Tours, a Paris Tourism Office's member, discover the French...
Last edited: 17 January 2011
Pavillon de L'arsenal is a free museum of Paris Architecture
Last edited: 16 November 2010
Place Dauphine is a beautiful centrally located oasis of a park in the heart of...
Last edited: 23 May 2013
Pont Alexandre III is an arch bridge that spans the Seine, connecting the...
Last edited: 08 November 2010
  Reciproque is insiders' Paris - not just one shop but a whole series of...
Last edited: 30 March 2007
Just south & east of the Eiffel Tower, stroll Rue Cler, between Rue de la...
Last edited: 19 April 2012
Rue Mouffetard Market - This is one of the oldest streets in Paris. There is a...
Last edited: 08 May 2014
Over the past twelve years, Rue Saint Dominique has constantly improved with...
Last edited: 29 November 2006
Sacre-Coeur is amazing, sitting as it does at the highest point in Paris on the...
Last edited: 24 June 2013
Sainte Chapelle is the most beautiful church in Paris.  Located within the...
Last edited: 23 April 2007
Sightseeker’s Delight is a unique tour company offering fun and affordable...
Last edited: 15 November 2013
Cheaper  than Eiffel's 3rd floor - and a better view. ( e.g. :  you can see the...
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Trocadéro can be understood to be either the plaza that stands across the river...
Last edited: 21 May 2013
A must-see for anyone interested in absinthe! As of January 2008, If you are...
Last edited: 17 April 2008
Inside Dining Scene
Writing an introduction to dining in Paris could easily encompass novels...
Last edited: 13 August 2007
If you know where to look, it can be quite cheap to eat in Paris.  For lunch...
Last edited: 22 June 2014
Au Pied de Cochon, near Les Halles, is open 24 hours a day and hasn't turned...
Last edited: 16 January 2014
Best outdoor dining is to grab a bottle of wine from one of the shops, some...
Last edited: 16 January 2014
It is still possible to have a great meal in Paris , in a Bistro and for it to...
Last edited: 24 July 2008
Visitors to France should be alert of a common and old wine rip-off. When...
Last edited: 24 April 2009
Le Marais is a culinary melting pot, where Lebanese takeout joints rub...
Last edited: 16 January 2014
Eating in Restaurants and Cafes ·       French menus may differ from what you...
Last edited: 23 February 2014
As in any major city of the world, you need to take basic precautions to guard...
Last edited: 05 April 2014
PARIS FOR FOODIES live like a Parisian ...... France has always been the...
Last edited: 23 October 2008
1728 – Incredibly romantic setting and it is not exorbitantly priced. Aux...
Last edited: 16 January 2014
Looking for mouthwatering food in an intimate setting in Paris, without paying...
Last edited: 30 November 2009
Paris has not progressed as far on the vegetarian food front as London has. In...
Last edited: 16 January 2014
Amorino is a small chain of gelato stores of which the most famous Parisian...
Last edited: 03 September 2008
Laplace restaurant brings you a cozy place where you can disconnect for lunch...
Last edited: 20 October 2008
Why should you choose your food and wine when a master expert can do it? That's...
Last edited: 09 February 2009
Located right in the center of Paris on one of - if not the - most romantic...
Last edited: 14 September 2009
Bennett 40, place du Marché Saint-Honore 75001 Paris Tél. 01 42 86 04 24...
Last edited: 03 September 2008
Open for Breakfast, Brunch and Dinner.
Last edited: 20 January 2009
Bistro Du 17eme   Bistro Du 17 at 108 Avenue de Villiers near metro Pereire is...
Last edited: 30 August 2008
Paprika Restaurant 28, Av Trudaine 75009 Paris  reservez tout de suite: 01 44...
Last edited: 29 May 2009
A medium-sized street cafe with a large menu.
Last edited: 21 August 2009
Website: http://www.letast... Dress: Casual but clean.  Most patrons wear...
Last edited: 15 July 2009
A small, pleasant cafe on hilly Rue Lepic on Montmartre very close to...
Last edited: 22 June 2009
Sorza is a small, intimate restaurant specialising in Italian and Southern...
Last edited: 12 November 2008
Read more about chef Daniel and his adventures at his blog.
Last edited: 11 May 2008
Tavola Di Gio is an Italian restaurant with both indoor and outdoor (sidewalk...
Last edited: 16 January 2014
Inside France: For Foreign Visitors
Being part of the Eurozone, France uses the Euro as its currency. The euro is...
Last edited: 09 August 2012
Border crossings France is a member state of the Schengen area (see here) and...
Last edited: 07 January 2012
In case of emergency, call SAMU (medical emergencies): 15 Police emergency: 17...
Last edited: 30 April 2006
Here are some useful phrases to get you started: ENGLISH   FRENCH...
Last edited: 27 August 2014
There are telecartes (phonecards) available at tabacs (tobacco shops) all over...
Last edited: 27 August 2014
In France, you will always find a service charge on your bill, above the line...
Last edited: 20 June 2014
Before you drive in France, ensure that you have a High Visibilty Jacket for...
Last edited: 07 July 2013
What’s is it like to live in Paris (if you’re an American)? Most of the rental...
Last edited: 22 July 2014
For anyone with asthma or allergies, a trip to France in the past would quickly...
Last edited: 18 August 2008
This is the link to " Tripadvisor - Paris - Transportation - Train Travel...
Last edited: 19 June 2014