You really don’t have to spend much money at all to enjoy Paris. By Bryan Pirolli Sure, food and a hotel will require a bit of an investment, but if you play your cards right, you can soak up the best Paris has to offer without dropping an extra euro. That’s because there
London and Paris woo American millennials with first ever joint marketing campaign. For the first time ever, London and Paris are joining forces to show how easy it is to discover both as one amazing destination using the Eurostar which takes travellers between the city centres in just two hours 15
For this Next Avenue editor, a vacation in Paris fulfills a dream Article and photos by Julie Pfitzinger I don’t think many of us give too much thought to the screen savers on our computers. Maybe you change the background photo every so often, or if you’re a purist, just switch the
I have been to Paris twice. It is a wonderful city to visit, and there's almost too much to see and do. My advice is to always get off the beaten track. Of course, you should see the Eiffel Tower, visit all the museums and churches you've always wanted to visit.
50 Things to do in Europe for €5 or less. At the time of posting, that translates to about $6 USD or $8 CAD. Whatever currency you're using, that's pretty inexpensive. You'll find terrific tips on things to do in London, Paris, Rome, Barcelona, Berlin, and Lisbon. Thanks to Eurocheapo for this. Find
Enjoy a short video showing why Paris is such a wonderful place to visit. Found on The Scene.
My wife and I returned from our second visit to Paris a few months ago and I am going through withdrawals. There is a lot to love about Paris - the history, the sights, the food, the atmosphere - and I would go back any time. If you need a Paris fix,
We spent a wonderful couple of hours here. I highly recommend a visit. And get a map. It's easy to get lost. From Wikipedia: Père Lachaise Cemetery (French: Cimetière du Père-Lachaise, [simtjɛːʁ dy pɛːʁ laʃɛːz]; formerly, cimetière de l'Est, "East Cemetery") is the largest cemetery in the city of Paris (44 hectares