National Geographic Traveler: Paris, 5th Edition

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  • Edition: 5th
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2021-06-01
  • Publisher: National Geographic

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National Geographic Traveler Paris is the ideal companion for anyone visiting the most beautiful city in the world. Paris can be seen as a magical, timeless place where the Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe, and the hill of Montmartre are unchanged reminders of an extraordinary past. Or, we can keep our eyes firmly fixed on the present, exploring multicultural districts like Belleville, or the futuristic constructions such as the celebrated Musee du quai Branly-Jacques Chirac, the city's new anthropological museum. In this beautifully illustrated planner, National Geographic travel experts provide itineraries to guide visitors along the streets of the Marais or the grands boulevards and lead them along the banks of the Seine or through the corridors of the Louvre. Throughout, find must-know tips, including the best way to visit the essential venues, myriad locals-only destinations, and planning advice from when to go to where to stay. This is the essential guide to Paris--its well-known treasures and hidden wonders.

Author Biography

LISA DAVIDSON, an author and editor, lives in Paris. She has worked with Village France, France par Excellence, and World Media Network, and published Baboushka and Dedoushka, a nonfiction work on the Russian Revolution. She currently works with Beaux Arts Magazine and the Paris-based publisher Gallimard.

ELIZABETH AYRE, an author and editor, lives in Paris. She has written for International Herald Tribune, The Independent, and Village France. She has also worked on the guides France par Excellence and is the head of a European association that cares for children whose parents are in prison.

HEIDI ELLISON, an American journalist who lived in Paris for more than twenty-five years, edited and updated the text for this new edition. She was the founder and editor of ParisUpdate.com. Over the years, her articles on travel, art, design, architecture, and fashion have appeared in dozens of magazines and newspapers.

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