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Marcus Samuelsson on 3 Nordic TrailblazersLooking for a champion of new Nordic cuisine, a movement to rediscover and share the bounties of Scandinavia? Add La Gazzetta to your Paris itinerary.
Drink Local // Christmas ElixirCheers to Le Bar du Plaza Athénée and Thierry Hernandez's spirited cocktails.
Jen Kirkman's Favorite Street // Rue MouffetardThe comedian, who is regularly spotted on E's Chelsea Lately, shares her love for Rue Mouffetard in Paris.
Paris' East EndLike NYC's Lower East Side, the Left Bank has seen its bohemian edge soften. So where do the artistes and academics now gather?
Great Escapes// Flea Market DestinationsFrom fine antiques for the design set to frivolous and fun secondhand items for everyone, Paris' flea markets are sure to yield special, one-of-a-kind souvenirs.
1 City 5 Ways: BibliophileFrom bookstores brimming with French and English masterpieces to cafés where literary giants have sipped coffee and cocktails, this city is in love with literature.
1 City 5 Ways: History BuffFrench history is filled with stories fit for royalty. There’s plenty in this city of neoclassic grandeur to make a history buff swoon.
1 City 5 Ways: Musically MindedParis can be music to your ears, with harmonies spanning the aural spectrum: jazz, opera, rock, classical ... you name it.
1 City 5 Ways: Hopeless RomanticTake one look at the Eiffel Tower illuminated against the inky sky and you’ll surely be smitten. Make no mistake, Paris is a city for lovers.
1 City 5 Ways: SensualistSomething wonderful is around every Parisian corner, whether you’re hoping to tempt your taste buds or titillate your sense of sight.
Eric Ripert on 3 Global Favorites: Le ComptoirFrench-born chef Eric Ripert names three of his favorite restaurants across the globe, including Le Comptoir in Paris.
Tom Douglas on 3 Fantastic Bakeries: LaduréeChef Tom Douglas chooses Ladurée in Paris as one of his top three bakeries.
Landmarks of Love: Tome of Héloïse and Pierre AbélardSituated within Paris’ famed Père-Lachaise cemetery, the Tomb of Héloïse and Pierre Abélard is one of many lovely landmarks around the romantic city.
My Favorite Street: Rue Saint-DominiqueRue Saint-Dominique in Paris, France, is "a fabulous street full of very small shops where authenticity is the rule of thumb," Alexandre Petrossian says.
Style Destination//ParisSipping bubbly under the Eiffel Tower? Dancing the night away near home? Have a bonne année in true Parisian style.
Destinations with Nicole CotroneoIf haute cuisine isn't your scene, opt for a delicious lesson in "bistronomy" in Paris, France.
Dining in ParisDelta Sky Magazine editors spotlight some of the top dining spots in Paris, France.
My Favorite Street: Quai de la SieneItalian actress Isabella Rossellini shares her favorite street in Paris, the Quai de la Seine.
Wine Regions: BordeauxIn the world's best wine regions, "le vin" is just the beginning.
My Favorite Street: Rue Saint-Louis-en-l’Île, ParisCapucine Gooding, design director and senior VP of the Euro-chic and sought-after glassware/ceramics company Juliska, shares her favorite street in Paris, the bustling rue Saint-Louis-en-l’Île.
Around the World in 40 Stays: ParisHotels are the ultimate refuge- offering escape from our day-to-day physical experience, and Hôtel de Crillon made our top list.
30 Must-See Museums: ParisPatricia Schultz, author of 1,000 Places to See Before You Die, curates our global museum collection covering everything from Renaissance masterpieces to the tools of the spy trade.
Style Destination//Giverny, FranceThe floral trend is in full bloom, and our inspiration is the Claude Monet Gardens in Giverny.
A Day in ParisExplore the City of Light’s cuisine, historic sights and famous museums.
Treasure Hunt With a dizzying number of vendors (approximately 2,500 stands in 12 different sections spread over 17 acres), the Saint-Ouen de Clingnancourt may be the biggest antique market in the world.
Get the Royal TreatmentGo ahead and splurge. Get a "Marie Antoinette Facial" at the Four Seasons Hotel George V.
Tour de ParisParis is built for bicycling.
Sundays Are Made for the MaraisShoppers, grab your credit cards, this stylish, boutique-y quarter is one of just a few places where the shops are allowed to be open on Sunday.
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