Welcome to Paris Unlocked

 

A mural and cherry tree, somewhere around Montmartre…(Image: © 2014 Courtney Traub)

Welcome to Paris Unlocked. This is a bit of a slow-growth project, but in the coming months, you can expect to see plenty more features on this endlessly fascinating city. These will include everything from personal stories and recollections of living in the capital– the absurd anecdotes and the everyday, charming details– to slices of city history and culture, to in-depth travel tips that’ll hopefully allow you to see, and navigate, Paris a bit differently. My hope is that everyone can get something out of the site– whether you plan to visit the capital sometime soon, or are an armchair traveler seeking a bit of inspiration, history– a bit of Paris, from wherever you may be reading. Stay tuned.

Courtney Traub
Founder at Paris Unlocked
Courtney Traub is a longtime Paris resident who now divides her time (as well as she can manage) between the French capital and somewhere around London. She's the editor of the About Paris Travel website, and co-author of the 2012 Michelin Green Guide to Northern France & the Paris Region. She has written and reported for media outlets including Radio France Internationale, Reed Business Information, WWD, and The Associated Press, and is a scholar of literature and cultural history whose essays and reviews have appeared in various forums. She has a rather obsessive curiosity and passion for environmental history and ethics, the way we navigate and build stories around cities, and food. Probably the latter most of all, in truth.

About the Author

Courtney Traub is a longtime Paris resident who now divides her time (as well as she can manage) between the French capital and somewhere around London. She's the editor of the About Paris Travel website, and co-author of the 2012 Michelin Green Guide to Northern France & the Paris Region. She has written and reported for media outlets including Radio France Internationale, Reed Business Information, WWD, and The Associated Press, and is a scholar of literature and cultural history whose essays and reviews have appeared in various forums. She has a rather obsessive curiosity and passion for environmental history and ethics, the way we navigate and build stories around cities, and food. Probably the latter most of all, in truth.

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