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Paris' Henri Cartier-Bresson Photography Venue Moves to Meet Tourists

By Lily Heise

Posted on 10/26/2018, 12:00 AM

The gallery and archive dedicated to one of France’s most iconic photographers reopens this week in a new space in the artsy Marais district, where more tourists will be able to see it.   Henri Cartier-Bresson was instrumental in the development of modern photojournalism, particularly through his candid street photography. He was also, along with Robert Capa and several other contemporaries,...

New Foodie Arcade Opens on Paris’s Left Bank

By Lily Heise

Posted on 09/20/2018, 12:00 AM

Visitors to Paris have a new one-stop destination for gourmet delicacies from the city’s top chefs and food purveyors. Beaupassage, a refurbished historic passageway in the heart of the stylish Saint-Germain district, has opened on the Left Bank. Unveiled on August 25th, the vast 10,000-sq.-m (32,800 sq-ft.) space flows through three connecting pedestrian lanes built in 1703. By the mid-1850s...

Cruising Down the Canal du Midi, France’s Rediscovered Wonder

By Lily Heise

Posted on 07/23/2018, 10:00 PM

Built in the late 17th century, the 150-mile-long canal is now an idyllic haven for boating, biking, and walking, and for making the most of authentic France....

Paris Day Trips Beyond the Ordinary—And Without the Crowds

By Lily Heise

Posted on 05/04/2018, 12:00 AM

Take a breather (and a breath of fresh air) by leaving the masses of Paris behind on a day trip to one of these classic, less-visited sites....

Skip Versailles and Go to These Amazing Castles Near Paris Instead

By Lily Heise

Posted on 05/03/2018, 9:15 PM

Get your royal fix without the enormous crowds at Versailles by visiting these 10 sensational châteaux scattered near Paris....

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