Feeling intimidated by French fashion? If you're wondering what to pack for Paris as a tourist, check out my easy tips on the staples you do not want to forget.
Helping you fit in with the stylish Italians with these handy tips! You'll learn how to pack for Italy and how to put it all together once you're there!
Paris's most famous street is on every first-time tourist's "to-see" list. Personally, I felt a bit intimidated by the Champs-Élysées. Would it be mobbed by other tourists? Would the lines be so long that I couldn't get into the shops? What exactly should I expect when I'm planning to visit the Champs-Élysées?
Thinking of visiting the most beautiful collection of religious history in all of Paris on your next trip to France? Check out these quick and easy tips before your trip to Paris's Sainte-Chapelle on the Île de la Cité!
Montmartre is the quintessential Parisian neighborhood - a must-see on your visit to the City of Light. If you want to avoid Montmartre's crowds, see all the most important sights, and stay safe, check out these tips!
An incredibly easy day trip from Paris, Chartres is a gorgeous small "chocolate box" town, with the feel of the French countryside.
Considering visiting the final resting place of as many as a million Parisians, now one of the most visited cemeteries in the world? Established in 1804, the cemetery was named for the confessor to King Louis VIX, "the Sun King", Père (Father) de la Chaise, who lived on the site where the chapel now sits.
If you're looking for an easy and enjoyable day trip from Paris, look no further than the charming town of Fontainebleau and its adjacent Château de Fontainebleau, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You’ll enjoy all the beauty and grandeur of an iconic French chateau, without the hordes of crowds at Versailles.
With a now-ironic name reflecting its original origins, "The Swamp" isn't a terribly appealing moniker. However, Le Marais has grown to become one of Paris' most appealing neighborhoods and you'll definitely want to spend at least half a day exploring Le Marais's medieval streets on your next trip to the City of Lights.
Overflowing with enticing options at every turn, Paris's Left Bank, La Rive Gauche, including the historic students' stomping grounds, is now a salubrious mix of the top tourist attractions in the city, lovely shopping, and charming restaurants.
Wondering how to spend your time on Paris's Left Bank, and where to eat when you're visiting the Eiffel Tower, Place des Invalides, and the Musee Rodin? Check out these suggestions!
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