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On the first sunday of every month, pedestrians can enjoy the beautiful Avenue des Champs-Elysées without the disturbance of traffic and congestion. Cars will...

What does say the Captain Nemo in Twenty Thousand Leagues Under The Sea, a book written in 1870 by the famous Jules Verne? (...) "The...

There is one concentration camp that is not often mentioned but it has a varied and interesting history. It is Gurs. This...

I fell in love with France in 1967 when I was just 21 years old. My best friend and I backpacked through Europe, tattered...

When the French Revolution is discussed everyone thinks of the Bastille. However, there is a little visited site in Paris where riots...

If you’re starting to think being a tourist in Paris is real work and you need a change of pace, a pleasant and relaxing...

For almost four centuries, generations of horticulturists, walkers, joggers, children and garden lovers have trodden the paths of the Jardin des Plantes....

Paris is a multi-layered feast from any of numerous perspectives.  My own preferred ‘lens’ on Paris has always been culinary and cultural....

Arcachon, (Arcaishon in Gascon), began as a small fishing village nestled within a veritable forest of pine trees, oaks and salt marshes, ...

  France News of the Week by our news partner, Le Figaro in English ___________________________________________________ France loses Triple A rating On Friday, the credit rating agency Standard &...

Book Review Balzac's Omelette: A Delicious Tour of French Food and Culture with Honoré de Balzac Published October 2011; Hardcover, 256 pages Publisher: Other Press Language: English By Anne McCarthy It...

Mocha interior of Jacques Genin chocolate boutique. Photo by Jacqui Guglielmino A Visit with Jacques Genin, Master Chocolatier in Le Marais by Jacqui Guglielmino At one end of...