Travel to Paris by Special Interest
How Accessible is Paris to Limited-Mobility or Disabled Travelers?
Paris does not have a great track record for accessibility, but recent efforts have made the city more accessible to limited-mobility visitors. This guide covers accessible metro stations and bus lines, as well as providing tips to limited-mobility visitors on how to get around Paris.
A guide to the top romantic paris attractions and activities for couples,...
A guide to the top romantic Paris attractions, including dinners for two, Paris boat tours, panoramic views of Paris, Paris parks and gardens, and more.
Trikke Tours of Paris
Looking for an original and offbeat way to tour Paris and get around? About.com Adventure Travel Guide Lois Friedland opted for this adventurous mode of transportation, and ended up loving it. Learn more about how to tour Paris' main attractions and get some fresh air by renting a trikke.
Tips for an Eco-Friendly Trip to Paris
Tips on how to make your trip to Paris more eco-friendly, including information on offsetting carbon emissions from long-haul flights, train travel, and energy-saving tips for hotel stays.
Top Hammam Spas in Paris
Looking for a way to get away from the urban grind during your trip to Paris? Especially during the colder months, a trip to one of these traditional hammams (Turkish-style steambaths/spas) can be especially rejuvenating, and an original way to encounter Paris.
Review of the Hotel Gavarni in Paris (Ecologically Sustainable Hotel)
About.com Paris Travel reviews the Hotel Gavarni in Paris, France, a three-star hotel in the chic Passy district which has earned the European Ecolabel for environmentally friendly practices.
Review of Hammam Pacha Spa in Paris
About.com Paris Travel Contributor Colette Davidson pays a visit to Hammam Pacha in Paris, one of the city's best-reputed Middle-Eastern style spas and beauty centers-- and gives all the details of her experience at the hammam, from the steamroom to the exfoliation tables and cold pool.
Hotels Accessible to Travelers with Limited Mobility
The Paris tourist office's picks for hotels that are accessible to travelers with limited mobility or disabilities.
Paris Culinary Tours
SWT Tours offers a 2-day culinary tour of Paris, including wine tasting and visits to 2-star Michelin restaurants.
Paris for Senior Women
Senior Women's Travel offers a week-long guided tour of Paris' best sites and shopping.
Review: Cook'n With Class in Paris
About.com Paris Travel Contributor Nicole Smith shares her adventures in a Paris cooking class called Cook'n with Class, which had her shop at a local Paris market for ingredients, then learn to prepare some delicious dishes in class.
Looking for an American-style cafe, restaurant, or shop in Paris? There's a large expatriate community here, so it shouldn't be hard to score that pancake breakfast or can of pumpkin!