Now Open in Provence: Fondation Vincent van Gogh Arles

A dazzling new home in the city that so inspired the post-Impressionist artist.

200 Years After Napoleon’s French Campaign, An Epic Battle Reenactment

A weekend in May in Champagne country will see the largest bicentenary reenactment.

Le Moulin d’Opio

Nestled amid olive trees in the gentle foothills between Grasse and Cannes, which locals call l’arrière pays niçois, lies the Moulin d’Opio, home to olive oil of unquestionable provenance. From humble origins in 1848,...

City Buzz: Theatre in Paris Now Accessible for English-Speakers

An excellent new English surtitling service for theatre performances like "Cyrano de Bergerac."

Au Revoir, Belle Paris

Our Australian columnist bids farewell to the city with a stroll through the 6th.

Les Flâneries de Reims

The regal medieval city of Reims plays host to one of the largest classical festivals in northern France. The event is organized by a not-for-profit association that has at its heart the larger mission...

HolyBelly: Great Coffee and Seasonal Food in Paris

A few doors down from The Tuck Shop and Bob’s Juice Bar in the 10th arrondissement, Holybelly is serving up some of the city’s best coffee and some of its friendliest vibes (where else do...

Les Impressionistes en Privé at Musée Marmottan Monet

There is a "Secret Army" of reclusive Impressionist pieces cloistered in the private collections of the world, and this is a window of opportunity to see them gathered in one place before they’re scattered...

Eastertime in France

Traditions include magnificent chocolate creations and "flying" bells.

For Sale: A Stone House in Burgundy

Nestled in a valley between Épinac and Nolay, this beautiful stone house in Saisy has lovely views of the rolling countryside and easy access to walking trails. It is ideal for buyers who are...