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ABOVE: Our favorite Paris event, the annual
Fête du Pain, is a bread-baking festival that takes place every spring
in front of Notre-Dame Cathedral. We're hoping there will still be room
for the festival's tent next May, when the cathedral will be under
renovation after this week's horrific fire.
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Paris in 2019:
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Where to Stay in Paris
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Paris River Cruise Ports.
Top 11 Tourist Mistakes
(and how to avoid them)
frustration, save money, and have more fun in Paris by avoiding the most
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Walking is the best--and cheapest--way to explore Paris. But if you've
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