We’re Launching Taste of France Magazine

The countdown to the launch of our new French foodie bible, Taste of France, has begun – and it’s set to be the best thing since sliced baguette! Our team of elite gourmands has certainly put...

The Treachery of Images: Magritte in Paris

Apples, bowler hats, umbrellas, and a famous non-pipe. The comprehensive retrospective of René Magritte’s work at the Centre Pompidou not only immerses us into his puzzling visual code but also into the mind of Magritte the...

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

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

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...

Marseille’s Flavour to Savour

Where to head now in Marseille is Rhizome- Les Raciones Du Goût, the six-month-old epicurean concept. Designed as a loft duplex, the art gallery/retail boutique is redefining the future of food culture on Corniche Kennedy...

Pixar: 25 Years of Animation

A popular exhibit at the brand new "Art Ludique Museum" at Les Docks in Paris.

Carla Bruni at L’Olympia

The former First Lady in concert in March.

My France Favourites: Sophia van Woensel-Mose

Trading life in the fast lane as a corporate lawyer in London for la belle vie en Provence.

For Sale: A Charming Stone Cottage in Brittany

This delightful stone cottage makes a perfect vacation bolt-hole. The property is set inland, but it still provides easy access to the coast and, in particular, the picturesque stretch of coastline which is often...