France isn’t that big. You can wake up in Paris and be sitting on the Mediterranean by lunch. And yes, you can also do a Loire Valley day trip from Paris without breaking a sweat. That’s because not only is the Loire Valley not that far from Paris, but the châteaux (castles) are not that far from each other.
Whether you’re looking for an off-beat attraction or just want to pay your respects to one of the artists interred there, the Père Lachaise Cemetery is probably on your must-see list of Paris. But navigating this 110-acre property is not as easy as it may seem; it’s better to walking tour of Père Lachaise if you want to get the most out of your time there – and if you want to do anything else that day.
The are many reasons why getting a Paris Pass for your next trip is a great idea – and a few scenarios for which it isn’t the greatest deal. Let’s see if we can answer the question so many Viator fans ask – is the Paris Pass worth it?
In the way that some people harbor dreams of being film stars or rock musicians, I always thought it would be cool to be the “nose” behind one of the world’s leading perfumes. As a child, I made rosewater and bottled it in plastic film canisters. When I was a teenager I made my […]
Anyone with a pulse is going to be planning meals to eat in Paris right along with museums, hotels and day trips. It’s just the nature of this delicious beast. But more than the delicious baguettes, the creamy pâtés and the succulent meats and veggies, there is something that we all have on our mind – dessert.
The Louvre is arguably the most famous museum on earth – and it’s located in the most visited city on earth. This means that no matter how much visitors want to see the art world’s wonders housed inside, it’s understandable that it seems like just too much hassle.
With abundant markets, sumptuous treats and plenty of green public spaces, it’s no wonder that picnicking in Paris is a top activity for locals and visitors. Here are our top picks for the best picnic spots in Paris.
Whiling away an afternoon in a Paris cafe is a dream for many who come to visit the City of Light. But it’s not the same as the Parisian bar scene, which in recent years has come into its own as it has evolved away from the stereotypical wine bar or local watering hole and into interesting expressions of interests, cultures, and of course, the almighty spirit(s). Here are some unusual bars in Paris that can make your visit a special one!
When it comes to the weather in Paris in the winter, well, I don’t have a lot of great news. Like the American Northeast, Paris experiences all four seasons so it can be cold; it can snow; and because it’s so far north, it can get dark awfully early.
But! That being said, outdoor life in Paris in the winter keeps on going and you’ll rarely see Parisians caring the least little bit about the cold. Here’s how they do it – and you can, too.