World Champions 2018: France Wins The World Cup Again

A parade of blue, white, and red flags roared down the rue de Rivoli toward the Champs Elysées. Twenty years after bringing home the World Cup, Les Bleus had won it again.
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July Events in Paris: Paris Plages, Open Air Cinema & Tour de France

July means the beginning of les vacances in Paris and summer in the city also brings a variety of outdoor festivals celebrating cinema, music,
by Emily Dilling
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A Gay Night Out in Paris: Bars and Clubs in the Marais

From fancy cocktail clubs to cafés, Paris has it all in terms of nightlife. But sometimes you just want to hang out with the guys and stand
by Bryan Pirolli
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Winter in Paris: Ice Skating Around the City of Light

After the lighting of the trees along the Champs Elysées and the perfume of hot, spiced wine from the Christmas markets, everyone is ready to
by Sylvia Sabes
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The Elegant Eighth: Affordable Food and Superb Culture in Paris’ Chic Business District

For many Parisians, who don’t identify themselves with their jobs, the Eighth Arrondissement represents the office. But you can also eat well and
by Daisy de Plume
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June Events in Paris: Veillée Foodstock, Jeudis Arty, Mobile Camera Club, and More

In Situ Art Festival; Festival Onze Bouge; Villette Sonique; Mobile Camera Club, La Chevelure de Berenice, Veillée Foodstock 2014; Les Jeudis
by Erin Dahl
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Kid-Friendly Travel: An American Family Visits the City of Lights

After half a day in the airport, a canceled flight and a sleepless passage over the ocean, I expected my children to nap away our first day in
by Michelle Lehnardt
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Totally Seine in Paris – Getting Around by Boat

As sunny days gain hold in Paris, an excellent, and somewhat secret, transportation alternative shines through. Linda Donahue, HiP Paris friend
by Parisien Salon
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New Year’s Eve in Paris: Ring in 2010 in Style

Backstage at the Moulin Rouge. Photo: What are you doing for New Year’s Eve? This recurring question inevitably divides the
by Tory Hoen
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Something for Everyone on Christmas Day in Paris

Ornaments at Christmas market. Photo: Text by Emma Haberman With just a few more chocolates left in the advent
by HiP Paris
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Tour de France in Paris: Sunday, July 26

The cyclists riding through Paris along the rue de Rivoli. Maps courtesy of The French are not known for their patience. They have
by Sarah Raymond