Rue Amandine: The Perfect Trip to Paris, Customized for You

Experience authentic Paris with the fabulous travel designers at Rue Amandine.

Saint Germain des Prés Church Celebrates 1000 Years

This month marks the millennial anniversary of the Saint-Germain-des-Prés church, the landmark which gives its name to the stylish district on the Left Bank of Paris. Originally founded as an Abbey in the 6th...
20,000 Year Old Cave in The Dordogne Valley

Must-See Marvels of the Dordogne Valley

Our choice of the sights you won’t want to miss off your itinerary... Related articles: Hollywood sur Dordogne, What’s New for Visitors in 2021 What to See and Do in the Dordogne Valley LASCAUX CAVES Probably the most...

A Taste of Aquitaine – A Guided Tour for Foodies

A Taste of Aquitaine One of our popular Guided Holidays 3 Course lunches daily in a carefully selected restaurant No need to drive, no need to hire a car Knowledgeable and friendly guide Interesting and...

The Somme: In Search of a Name

I was in Toulouse on the 23rd June 2016, learning a little French at Alliance Française. When I woke up on the morning of the 24th June I found I was no longer European,...

5 of the best: Marvels of Millau

The Millau area of Aveyron in Midi-Pyrénees is perhaps best known for its splendid viaduct. But there's much more to enjoy in this delightful region. Here is our pick of the area's cultural and natural...

The Luxury Wine Experience: An Inside Look at Bordeaux Wine Tours by Bernard Magrez

Looking to immerse yourself in the secrets of Bordeaux wine-making? We just returned from a trip to France, where we indulged in the Luxury Wine Experience offered by Bernard Magrez. Here's an inside look...

Loire Valley Vineyards: Merrymaking Days at the Château du Petit Thouars

Eat, Drink, and Be Merry. It’s not the family motto of the Count and Countess du Petit Thouars, but it is the motto of their forthcoming full-day events, called “Merrymaking Days”, being held over the summer...

Free Download from France Today Travels: Special Collection of Provence Articles

At France Today we’ve always had a lot to say about Provence. And yet after thirty-two years writing about France, and with literally hundreds of years collective experience between us we still find ourselves...
bouchets, mussels, in Brittany

Mussels from the Bay of Mont Saint-Michel

Folklore has it that in 1235, an Irishman (or Scotsman, depending on which version you believe) named Patrick Walton was shipwrecked in the Bay de l'Aiguillon in the Charente region of France. Accustomed to trapping seabirds...