Paris Travel Coverage
Mourning in Paris
Paris is a good place to mourn. I would say this even if my uncle Richard hadn’t lived there, but all the more so that he had.
By TAFFY BRODESSER-AKNER
- October 26, 2017 Global Shopping
Something for the Kitchen to Remind You of Paris
By ELAINE SCIOLINO
Dish towels, panna cotta molds and crystallized violets make for memorable souvenirs.
On the Water: 10 Favorite Places on European Rivers, Lakes and Coastlines
The rugged coast of northern Italy, a vintage British pleasure pier, winding Norwegian fjords and a jewel box of a lake district in the Croatian countryside: Our writers share their favorite watery places in Europe.
My Paris: Seduced by the Past
By LIZ ALDERMAN
Amid the chic cafes and boutiques in the Marais, footnotes of antiquity around every corner.
Fontainebleau: A Forgotten Treasure
By THAD CARHART
You’ve been to the Louvre, Notre Dame and Versailles. Now it’s time to see Fontainebleau.
Exploring the France That Josephine Baker Loved
By SLOANE CROSLEY
The American entertainer had a rich relationship with her adopted country — and it with her.
Ah, a Cocktail at the Ritz’s Bar Hemingway in Paris
By FLORENCE FABRICANT
A renovation has given the hotel three bars instead of two. All are compelling.
Bloomsday Is Over but Joyce Left Plenty of Trail to Trace
By WADZANAI MHUTE
A guided tour of James Joyce’s life in Dublin, London and Paris.
Paris Floods Close Louvre and Other Tourist Attractions
By SHIVANI VORA
Because of heavy rains, a number of popular sites in Paris are temporarily closed, including the Louvre and Orsay museums. Here, a list of other closures.
Spring in Paris, My Adopted City, After the Attacks
By SETH SHERWOOD
The attack on my neighborhood in November 2015 didn’t put an end to my time as an expat in France. It gave me a fuller view of the place I call home.
In Paris, a Hotel with a Bargain Price and Style to Spare
By SUSANNE FOWLER
In a city awash in luxury hotels, a Parisian property popular with price-conscious trendsetters and students.