With the nude as a common subject in painting and sculpture, perhaps it's 'only natural' for Paris nudists to arrange a nude museum visit.
As part of Pres. Macron's drive to turn public assets into investment capital, France prepares to sell its share of the company operating Paris airports.
PHeymont takes a new look at, on and from a familiar place: The Eiffel Tower.
The bridges of Paris are decorated with a variety of sculpture and symbols, but some are easy to miss if you're not looking closely.
With last week's flood receding, experts warn that Paris will not always be able to dodge the bullet of a 100-year-flood.
Paris's Pont d'Iena, seen from below.
The Seine continues to rise, stopping trains and traffic. Museums and stores are scrambling to clear threatened storage areas.
Unique (and sometimes controversial) sculptures mark the two main entrances of the Gare Saint-Lazare in Paris.
PHeymont continues his exploration of Paris's largest and most famous cemeteries.
PHeymont is often fascinated by a city's public clocks, and Paris has many, both old and new. Here's a selection from his recent trip.
A surprising discovery—wild truffles in a hotel rooftop garden—has gourmets and botanists dreaming of delicious riches.
One of PHeymont's favorite Paris spots was missing its water and its animation on a recent visit, giving a new view.
New rules are in effect for short-term rentals, focusing on registration as a tool for monitoring.
Paris is thinking about a plan to build 3 'garden bridges' for pedestrians and cyclists, paid for by cafes and shops on the bridges.
After many visits to the iconic cathedral, PHeymont looks for new views of familiar places.