Paris Restaurants: Bistrot Benoit Au Louvre

The newest branch of Benoit – the venerable 1912 bistro on the rue Saint-Martin on the eastern edge of the Marais that was once one of my favourite restaurants – is good news in...

Cow Zenitude: Good Saint-Nectaire Cheese Comes from Happy Cows

The secret to Jean-Valère Randanne’s velvety Saint-Nectaire? “Cow zenitude,” he grins, motioning to his “girls” placidly chewing the cud inside their pen. As if on cue, one of them sidles up to what can only...

Eau Naturel: Jean-François Rault, Pioneer of Organic Cognac

Marion Sauvebois heads to Charente to meet Jean-François Rault, a pioneer of organic cognac – and all-round free spirit Our interview is about to begin but Jean-François Rault is nowhere to be found. Relentless downpours...

Alsace Restaurant Reviews: Le Chambard in Kaysersberg

There are few places in the world that make for a better late summer/early autumn holiday than Alsace, since the window boxes of geraniums in its immaculate villages are a riot of colourful blossoms...

Restaurants in Paris: Baieta by Chef Julia Sedefdjian on the Left Bank

In Paris, the restaurant everyone is talking about is Baieta, chef Julia Sedefdjian’s new table in the Latin Quarter. What’s made this charming place such a hit since it opened several months ago is...

Favorite Restaurants and Hotels in Alsace

The best restaurants and hotels in the region, plus some hidden secrets only the locals know about Related articles: Great Wine Destinations: Alsace 12 Iconic Wine Estates to Visit in Alsace Things to See and Do in...

A Day Trip to Reims in Champagne Country

A few days into our Paris vacation, I needed a break from the busy city. You see, I really love visiting the City of Light, but sometimes the crowded museums and the vélomoteurs buzzing...

Restaurant Reviews: La Liégeoise at the Hotel Atlantic in Wimereux

Since Emmanuel Macron, a native of Amiens who summers in Le Touquet, became president of France, the North is suddenly getting a second look from the rest of France, where an outdated but enduring...

Marking the Centenary of the First World War in the Aisne

This year marks the centenary of the end of the First World War. Numerous commemorative events are taking place across France, and we have compiled a Remembrance Tourism Guide for travellers making trips to...

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...