Strange days for rare foreign tourists in Paris

Long walks, no crowds and maybe a church or two: Despite missing out on museums and brasseries, the few foreign tourists in Paris are discovering sides of a city they could hardly have imagined before the Covid crisis hit one of the world’s most popular destinations. For Ginevra Morello, a student from Milan, it meant a chance for her and a friend to check off an item on their bucket list — have their portrait done by an artist on the Place du Tertre, the famed square perched at the top of the former village of Montmartre. “Before there were so many people who wanted to do it, and now there a…

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