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Delta Air Lines offers the most destinations worldwide, and Paris is no exception. Delta offers six nonstop flights a day from New York’s JFK (in partnership with Air France), three flights a day from Atlanta, and one flight from Cincinnati. On June 2, 2008, Salt Lake City will become Delta’s fourth transatlantic hub offering nonstop service to Paris, with the addition of one daily flight. With these choices, Delta makes traveling to Paris easy and convenient.

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See + Do Palais Royal, Paris

The Palais Royal is just across the Rue de Rivoli from the mobbed Louvre, yet surprisingly few people wander into the compound's quiet, colonnaded courtyard.... more

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See + Do Musée d'Orsay, Paris

Since opening in 1986, the Musée d'Orsay has become one of the most successful and beloved museums in the world. The grandiose limestone edifice was... more

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Eiffel Tower
See + Do Eiffel Tower, Paris

It's hard to imagine just how avant-garde this tower of cast-iron girders was when it was built in 1889 to celebrate the World's Fair and the centenary of the... more

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Eating Le Bistrot Paul Bert, Paris

With a friendly, arty crowd and wonderful food, this back-beyond-the-Bastille bistro would be well worth seeking out even if it weren't one of the best buys in... more

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See + Do Paris Walks, Paris

The best approach to seeing the French capital is with a lot of shoe leather and a good guide, which is why it's so much fun to join a Paris Walks tour. Owned... more

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Shop Christian Louboutin, Paris

His red soles—sadly now copied by everyone else—make people want to kick up their heels; his Paris boutiques, with their lipstick-red velvet shoe... more

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Shop Hermès, Paris

The original Hermès store on the Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré was one of the first to open on the new 19th-century street and recalls the tradition of... more

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Eating Les Ombres, Paris

This rooftop eatery with wraparound views might just be the best thing about Jean Nouvel's $350 million Musée du Quai Branly. The restaurant's name... more

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Nightlife Mathis, Paris

A hotel bar that feels more like a courtesan's sitting room, Mathis is a hidden spot where celebrities and well-heeled locals like to rub elbows, or even knees.... more

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Etiquette 101: France
Article Etiquette 101: France, France from Condé Nast Traveler

How To: Be a good dinner guest in France

The Cradle of Paris
Article The Cradle of Paris, France from Condé Nast Traveler

Two islands in the Seine remain strikingly apart from the rest of the city. Gully Wells finds out what Balzac meant when he talked about "gastronomy of the eye" more

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