The Paris Métro has released a “politeness manual” with 12 rules for proper behavior in the city’s underground. It's a welcome—and hilarious—guide that should make riding the subway in Paris more pleasant.
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There seem to be almost an unlimited number of things to do in Paris, including enjoying countless idyllic cafes. To save you hours of listless wandering, below are five incredible cafes in Paris that
Dreaming up a trip is the easiest part of every journey. All you need is a working imagination. The other bits before you go? Not so easy, or so much fun. You’ve got to book tickets, worry about accommodation,
What would a visit to Spain be without sampling the tapas? Incomplete, we'd say. But then tapas are a culinary style that is right up our alley, kind of a national tradition of appy crawling. Worship Sagrada
The northeast of Paris is heating up as a center of art, design, and fashion, with a burgeoning boutique and gallery scene. Here, a sampling of great souvenirs, accessories, and clothes. The northeast
Paris is one of the world's best food cities, but finding a good restaurant there can be overwhelming. Luckily, we got Ann Mah, author of Mastering the Art of French Eating, to dish on her five favorite
Fine-strain at Bistrologist [Photographs: Forest Collins] While the French have always been fidèle to their wine, they've also been known to carry on a little flirtation with fine spirits. French ingredients
Photo by Meg Zimbeck No silly categories or kooky awards -- just the top 10 new restaurants of 2013 according to the Paris by Mouth contributing editors. Among the hundreds of debuts in 2013, we added