Paris is probably the most cliched and expensive holiday destination of all time, but Revati Victor shows you how to discover this city's secrets Indie style, all the while getting the most out of your budget.
The area around the Rue des Rosiers has long been known as the “Jewish Quarter” of Paris. While this has always been partly true and partly misleading, the centre of Jewish cultural life in the capital is slowly shifting north.
Unlike other cities in France with signature dishes, there is no one thing that is uniquely Parisian when it comes to good eats. Of course, that’s not going to stop me from giving you an extensive list of what to eat in Paris, lest you get nervous and wind up at McDonald’s for a week.
When traveling there are just some things you can't plan, but what happens when you set off with no plan at all? In this piece Joanne Wetzel discusses the silly gaffs and happy surprises from her latest Anti-Plan trip to France, and the benefits and downsides of spontaneity.
Nearly a century after Montmartre welcomed outcasts as artist Toulouse-Lautrec, the Musee de Montmartre continues to delight with period artwork and tales of its famous denizens. Laura Kaufman learns what happened when Paris decided to close it, and "Moulin Rouge" director Baz Luhrmann weighs in on the controversy.