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A day trip to any of these historic, visually stunning estates allows you to see some of France's most beautiful châteaux and get back to Paris before dinner.
Though less opulent than Versailles, Vaux-le-Vicomte is an equally stunning château that's well worth a day trip from Paris.
Ernest Hemingway was not only a great writer; he was also an ambitious traveler who spent extended periods of time in Paris, Madrid, Pamplona, Venice, Havana, and Key West.
The author of Frenchie: New Bistro Cooking chats about fresh ingredients, the best restaurants in Paris, and his unique culinary style.
These tours will take you away from the tourist throngs and immerse you in a completely different world.
One of our editors highlights the best hotels in Paris for museum lovers.
An indispensable guide to everything that's going on in the French capital this summer.
Enjoying Paris's best views often means putting up with oppressive crowds and long wait times—unless you head to one of these 10 spots off the beaten path.
Navigate the City of Light like a pro with our tips for avoiding Paris's worst tourist pitfalls.
A recent InStyle article suggested Fodor's may not be very cool. We beg to differ.
David Lebovitz, author of My Paris Kitchen and expert on all things French, shares his culinary inspirations, favorite spots in San Francisco, and travel tips.
Tired of following the pack? Set out on your own adventure with our list of the world's best destinations for independent travelers.
The City of Light is a must-see destination this spring, with a flurry of top-tier museum shows, dining hot spots, and more.
In the fashionable streets of Le Marias lie remnants from Paris's sometimes turbulent history. Here, author and professor Eric Jager highlights landmarks and scenes from the city's medieval past.
Famous writers have called Paris home throughout history, and many of their favorite bars and restaurants remain essentially unchanged. Wine and dine in their honor at these 10 spots.
Author, artist, and expat Janice MacLeod shares her top insider tips for strolling around the City of Light.
Author Lorànt Deutsch dives into Paris's long history by examining different stops on the Métro, which he says represents the city’s central nervous system.
Less than a two-hour drive from Paris lies the near-mythical French region of Champagne, a (champagne) bucket-list destination for wine lovers who consider it the pinnacle of sparkling wine production.
The days may be short and the weather cold, but there are six main reasons why we still adore Paris in the winter.
Overlooking the Place de la Concorde, Paris's storied Hôtel de Crillon has joined the Rosewood Hotels & Resorts group, and is currently undergoing a massive renovation, with plans to reopen in 2015.
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