The Train Stations of Paris, Reborn

Entering a Paris train station in 1846, you would have been as likely to meet an elegant bourgeois couple in rustling silks as a gun-slinging hunter and his baying hounds setting out for a weekend’s shooting in the countryside, such...

The 2017 Michelin Travel Guide Collection

☆☆☆ Highly Recommended ☆☆ Recommended ☆Interesting Since Michelin first published guides in 1901, our collection has concentrated on helping travellers find the most beautiful natural sites, providing comprehensive background information and great restaurants and hotels....

10 Reasons to Ski in Val Cenis

Snowfall Val Cenis has been prone to some excellent snowfall. Last ski season, regular snowfalls throughout March saw an average of 240+cm on upper pistes, whilst February saw an average of 177cm. Val Cenis'...

A Simple Guide to Hiring the Perfect Bike in France

Cycling in France is wonderful, some say the best in the world, but it can be a hassle to bring your own bike which is why so many people leave their beloved steeds at...
The Gare de Nice

Brand Spanking New: The Gare de Nice Gets a Makeover

If you’ve travelled to or from Nice on the train, you may remember the train station there as a rather dismal and somewhat confusing place. People crowding together to get through to the platforms,...
Hello Tomorrow summit in Paris

Hello Tomorrow: Start-Ups Make Travel Better Now and in the Future

Impressionists were entrepreneurs. That was how Michael Bloomberg, Founder and CEO of Bloomberg L.P., put the nature of the risks and benefits of start-up innovation into perspective. Speaking at a panel discussion at Hello Tomorrow,...

Private Cab Transfert: Taxi Service for Paris, Disneyland, and Beyond

Need a taxi transfer in Paris? Bewildered by all the options? Go with the trusted experts at Private Cab Transfert—a reliable taxi company with friendly, experienced, bilingual drivers. Registered and approved by the French Transport...

Métro Tales

On July 19, 1900, at last, Paris got its Métro—35 years after London’s Underground, 26 years after New York’s subway. The cutting-edge Sprague electric trains of Paris’s Line 1 were composed of three wooden...

Strasbourg: New Contemporary Architecture in the Capital of Alsace

In the city where the famous cathedral fetes its 1000th birthday this year, a cool wave is shaping the future.

Rent a Houseboat and Discover France over the Water

Pilot your own boat, without a license, and see the country in a unique way.