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My mental bags are packed and I guess it shows. The reliable driver will be outside the door on the dot tomorrow morning—or, if...

Stop the presses and your searches, the quest is over, the perfect French bistrot est arrivé along with the new choucroute. You know...

“Things aren’t what they used to be”… It’s a common lament these days as people stroll down the historic rue des Rosiers,...

When I walked away from teaching music in 1999, I knew there had to be something better than what had become 21...

I’ve always felt that no matter what route you drive along in France, you’ll always discover something exciting. I’ve tried so many but...

People often ask Bonjour Paris to explain French etiquette—or rather what the French expect people to do and what they definitely...

I’d been living in La Rochelle for about two months when I realized that I knew barely anything about this city-on-the-sea. So I spent...

“Emerveillé” is Pierre Hermé's Valentine collection of irrisistible patisserie and chocolates. The limited edition is at his Paris boutiques, on line, or the recently...

Booking.com, part of Priceline.com, is Europe’s leading online hotel reservations agency by room nights sold, attracting over 20 million unique visitors each month via...

Vaux le Vicomte is a lavish 17th century château located roughly an hour southeast of Paris. It is a breathtaking place, one well...

Readers constantly send emails asking about the weather and when they should travel to France. The answer is always.  While other cities may...

When you arrive at the small train station in Annecy something in the air takes you towards the centre ville. Maybe it’s the scent...