Three Great Movies Set in Paris

There’s really no place like Paris in the springtime. To prepare yourself for a trip to the City of Lights (or to get your “Paris fix” if traveling there is not a possibility this spring), I suggest viewing these three great movies set in Paris (all released in the last ten years).

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Five Ways to Spend New Year’s Eve in Paris

If you have the opportunity to spend New Year’s Eve in Paris, you will see that the City of Lights truly lives up to its name. In addition to the beautiful holiday lights that adorn Parisian streets during the holidays, on New Year’s Eve, at midnight, the Eiffel tower bursts into a glittering sight, and fireworks light up the entire city.

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XL Airways Offering Non-Stop Service Between Las Vegas and Paris through September

XL Airways is offering non-stop service between Las Vegas and Paris, France through September 25. The airline will fly non-stop between Sin City and the City of Lights every Thursday and Sunday all summer long.

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Biking with the Parisians

Hopping on a bike can be one of the best ways to get around the City of Lights. Instead of hunting down a week or two-week long bike rental, you can now rent bikes for an hour at a time, thanks to the Vélib’ bike stations located throughout the city.

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Travel Shot: Paris, France by Nightfall

Paris is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world, attracting 45 million visitors annually.

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