Nichole Robertson roams the French capital capturing its browns, yellows, blues and more, for a blog and book
Hotelier says ‘trust contract’ will empower guests and provide valuable feedback
Ministers say travel sector must work harder to safeguard much-needed tourist dollars
City’s mayor launches junior version of much-imitated rental project with cycles for children as young as two
The travel website's users name top landmarks and parks around the world ... many choices will raise eyebrows
Here are the places where travel photographers fall in love, then go back to again and again
Phone app that allows passengers to flag down private hire cabs will ruin livelihoods say cabbies.
Campaigners in city of romance say padlocks on bridges are a buzz kill
The Parisian landmark was inaugurated on March 31, 1889 and was the tallest monument in the world for 41 years, until New York's Chrysler Building opened
After record pollution levels, Paris has made public transport free and partially banned cars. But do these measures ever succeed long-term?
Submerged fantasy exhibit from Viennese artist Andreas Franke draws on "Sleeping Beauty" and "Little Red Riding Hood"