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Paris Tourism Group Reports 10-Year High for Hotels

Paris Tourism Group Reports 10-Year High for Hotels

Aug 23
The Paris region registered 16.4 million hotel guests during the first half of the year, a 10-year high following a plunge in tourism after the 2015 terror attacks in the French capital.

Never Mind April in Paris, Autumn in Provence is Perfect

Never Mind April in Paris, Autumn in Provence is Perfect

By Sally Carpenter Hale | Aug 18
You can keep Paris in April. For me, the allure is Provence in September. Sure, the lavender fields are past their bloom. But the flowers are freshly dried and ready for you to take home in bundles or sachets.

Zip-Lining Off the Eiffel Tower

Zip-Lining Off the Eiffel Tower

By John Leicester | Jun 7
For one week only, visitors will be able to zip-line from one of Paris's most iconic landmarks.

Paris and London Announce Joint Business Plan

Mar 28
Paris and London, traditional rivals when it comes to attracting tourists and industry, have signed a business agreement to cooperate in attracting visitors and companies.

80s Revival at Paris Fashion Week

By Thomas Adamson | Mar 6
It was designer Elie Saab's first collection since his coup of dressing Meryl Streep for the Oscars following the actress' high-profile spat with Chanel. That and more from Paris Fashion Week...

More From Paris Fashion Week

By Thomas Adamson | Mar 2
Day 2 of Paris Fashion Week saw deconstructed clothes, blown-up prints, and contrasting patterns shake up the runways at the VIP-filled collections of Dries Van Noten, Maison Margiela and Lanvin.

Paris Fashion Week Kicks Off

By Thomas Adamson | Mar 1
Here are some highlights from Tuesday, the first day of fall-winter 2017 shows.

Strike Over French Wage Negotiations Shutters the Eiffel Tower

Dec 13
The Eiffel Tower - normally open every day of every year - is closed because of a strike over salaries and working conditions.

Facing Pollution Peak, Paris Takes Drastic Measures

Dec 6
Paris has temporarily barred half of all cars from traveling on city streets and made public transportation free for the day as it battles a peak in pollution.

Making the Most of Gay Marais

By Jill Gleeson | Nov 25
Since the 1970s the Marais has been the hub of LGBT life, with loads of great gay bars, retailers, and cafes.

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