Chickens for the Hotel de Ville Garden in Paris

Smack dab in the middle of the city, this garden is now open to the public.

Le Bal Populaire: The Revival of Traditional Neighbourhood Dances in Paris

Partake in a fabulously Parisian nightlife tradition.

With Experience (my) France, You Will Live Like the Locals Do

Immerse yourself in authentic France with a small group tour in the Aveyron.

Burgundy Travel: C’est Beau La Bourgogne

Exploring a trio of medieval villages in the Auxois, rich in history and charm.

Jefferson in Paris

Thomas Jefferson lived in Paris for five years, thriving on the city's art, music, cuisine, wine and intellectual life.

The Borgias and Their Time at Musée Maillol in Paris

True life is often stranger than fiction, and the story of the Borgias reads like a fast-paced political saga and murder mystery rolled into one, with its morbidly fascinating cast: statesman, Pope, patron of...

Paris Liberated, Paris Photographed, Paris Exhibited

‘Capital of pleasure’ was the dubious title given to Paris by the Third Reich, and so reclaiming the capital’s dignity became of critical importance after the Liberation in August of 1944. To this end,...

Christmas in Paris: The Champs-Elysées Lights Are On!

The festive holiday season has officially opened in Paris. On Thursday, November 20, Mayor Anne Hidalgo and French actor Omar Sy switched on the lights to the popular Champs-Elysées illuminations. Replacing the “rings” of...

It’s Beaujolais Nouveau Day in France!

Today is the third Thursday of November and that can only mean on thing in France: Beaujolais Nouveau! Every year at this time the vin primeur is released to the market. Just a mere weeks ago...

Mugler Follies: The Revue Reinvented

For an exciting night out in Paris, book tickets for the Mugler Follies. Dancers, acrobats, singers, actors, models, oh my! Back for a second season at Le Comédia, “Success” is the talked-about show created...