Andy Feehan, An American Artist in France

Andy Feehan is an American artist who was born and raised in Houston, Texas. He graduated from the University of St. Thomas (Houston) and earned an MFA from the University of North Texas (Denton)....

Deux Cafés, S’il Vous Plaît: Les Deux Magots & Café de Flore in Paris

Still popular with celebrities, a century ago Les Deux Magots and the Café de Flore were the haunts of some of the greatest thinkers of their day "If you are lucky enough to have lived...

French Word of the Week: Le Flâneur

“The lover of life makes the whole world his family”, said Baudelaire of the true flâneur, the emblematic Parisian urban observer. You can find them ambling on the banks of the Seine, strolling along the...

My France Favourites: Dominic Bliss

France Today magazine is proud to have an expert team of contributors, whose knowledge of France is vast and inspiring. In a series of interviews highlighting "France Favourites," we shine the spotlight on our...

My Life in Provence: The Real Luberon

Falling for Provence's most-loved region is easy, once you venture "beyond the Mayle"...

Read the Signs: Place de l’Europe- Simone Veil in Paris

Near the Gare Saint-Lazare in the 8th arrondissement of Paris, the Place de l’Europe has been renamed in honour of Simone Veil, who died last year. This is one of many accolades awarded to...

10 Reasons to Visit Picardy

Ravaged during WWI’s trench-bound stalemate, Picardie is a true phoenix from the ashes. An unmissable stopover on this centenary year, the region has it all: history, culture and oodles of natural gems REMEMBRANCE TRAIL This centenary...

Take a Quiz: 10 Classic French Cars

Test your knowledge of the Hexagone's most iconic vehicles.

Nohant: Visit the Country Home of Author George Sand

George Sand would doubtless have turned in her grave at the thought of her remains being transferred from her beloved Nohant to the Paris Panthéon. Paris-born in 1804 and given the name Aurore Dupin,...

Reviewed: Peter Turnley’s Photography Workshop in Paris

A week-long course with the acclaimed photographer will change how you view the world.