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My Life in Paris: Shop Til You Drop

Theodora Brack goes wild for animal-print outfits in the irresistible online sales. In my defence, I was feeling a bit restless, intoxicated as I was by a bucket of coffee and the early morning news...
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Art in Paris: Paul Signac at the Musée Jacquemart-André

An innovative artist, when Paul Signac lifted his brush he opened the way for his contemporaries and a new generation of artists such as the Fauves, the Futurists and the abstract painters. In a rare...
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Read the Signs: Rue des Lions in Paris

Once the king of the jungle roamed the Marais JUNGLE FEVER The rue des Lions is a short street in the 4th arrondissement of Paris, at the southern tip of the popular Marais district, edging towards...
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A Whistle Stop Tour of the Gard

Follow in the footsteps of the Romans and medieval pilgrims who once traversed this glorious landscape, from its rugged gorges and verdant pastures to the windswept wilds of the Camargue. HEART OF HERITAGE UNESCO World Heritage...
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Parisian Walkways: Passage Verdeau in the 9th Arrondissement

Jeffrey T Iverson takes a stroll among the flâneurs in Passage Verdeau in the ninth arrondissement to discover a world of art and antiquities evocative of the Paris of Émile Zola. Stepping out of the...
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All the Fun of the Fair at the Musée des Arts Forains in Paris

Travel back to the fairgrounds of the Belle Époque in this Paris museum Amidst the ivy-covered warehouses of Bercy, in Paris’s 12th arrondissement, you will find the most charming of the world’s funfair museums, the...

What Really Matters: The New Tourism Campaign by Atout France

Have you been missing trips to France? Are you tired of the armchair travel and virtual views forced on us by the pandemic lockdown? Isn't it time to #ExploreFrance and rediscover the country you...
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Moreish Marseille: Culinary Evolution in the South of France

Can food help a city through a crisis? When there are no tourists, what do chefs do? They get creative, help each other and feed their flocks, whatever it takes, says Jennifer Ladonne. The sunlight...
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The Luberon’s Enchanting Village of Lourmarin

France is home to many beautiful places: captivating cities like Paris, Nice and Dijon; stunning regions such as the Loire Valley, Champagne, the Dordogne Valley and the Côte d'Azur. I’m sure you have your...

12 Must-Do Experiences on the Channel Coast

Twelve outstanding experiences not to miss on the Channel Coast Related articles: Great Destinations, Time to Tune into the Channel What to See and Do on the Channel Coast Where to Stay and Eat on the Channel...