Bert takes newlyweds Craig and Heather Bacon to France for an ultimate Parisian experience.
Investigator Zak Bagans heads to Paris, where he learns from locals that the dead rest just beneath the streets, about 65 feet below in a massive labyrinth.
With a city as imbued with history as Paris, there are bound to be tales of death, intrigue and ghostly encounters. Take a tour of Paris’ haunted destinations -- the stories might surprise you.
The Louvre, the Eiffel Tower, the Seine … with so much to see in Paris, you'll need this short list of not-to-be-missed attractions. Get ready to discover this old-world city with new-world charm.
Go ahead and splurge! See our quintessential ways to explore the City of Light, including a cruise along the River Seine, where to enjoy a classic French meal and which luxe hotels we recommend.
Rather than wait in line at the Eiffel Tower, Anthony Bourdain decides to spend his time in Paris eating and drinking his way through the city at a leisurely pace – just like Parisians do.
Visiting Paris? Take your significant other to one of the city's most romantic spots, including the Eiffel Tower, the Wall of "I Love You's," Luxembourg Gardens or Île St. Louis on the Seine.
The Eiffel Tower, wine, fashion and quiche are a few things that conjure emotions about France. Take a look at all the reasons why Travel Channel loves the French.
Check out Signs of the City: Paris, for a look at fun photos of signs around popular tourist attractions, including the Eiffel Tower and the Arc de Triomphe.
See our favorite photos from Anthony Bourdain's 100th episode in Paris.