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Canal Barge Cruises: A Uniquely Intimate Way to Explore France

Canal Cruising is a great way to visit some of the quieter corners of France. Accommodating a maximum of 22 passengers, these intimate barges...

Follow the Seine: A Boating and Biking Trip from Paris to...

This 8-day bike & barge tour starts in Paris, where the barge Fleur is docked in the center of the city, not far from...

Château de Sully-sur-Loire: Prison, Hideaway, or Refuge?

At the confluence of the rivers Loire and La Sange stands a commanding castle encircled by the reflective waters of a protective moat. Over...

Planning for Paris: What’s New in the French Capital

Despite the events of the past year, the City of Light has not stood still during this time. In  fact, conversely, there have been...

Top Trips for Women in France

When considering where to go and what to do in France your choices add up to an embarrassment of riches. While France is one...

Win the Heartwarming Book ‘Joy in France’ by Eddy Smyth

We have teamed up with Eddy Smyth to offer a lucky reader the chance to win his heartwarming book, ‘Joy in France.’ During Eddy's working...

Carrefours of France in San Francisco: Clement Street and Arguello Blvd

Sometimes the carrefours of France in San Francisco are a surprise. Hidden, subtle, with no historical French hints, but there is an esprit if...

Go for a Museum Hop in France from the Comfort of...

When the universe scuppers your travel plans, just go on an armchair tour of the best of France! Spending more time at home also...

Don’t Be a Tourist! A Casual-Arty Hotel in Paris for Connected...

The style-conscious citizenM Gare de Lyon feels like luxury without the sticker shock. citizenM hotels already operates in 5 cities in Europe, plus Taipei and New...

The Top Art Fair in The World: Notes from Art Basel

Year on year contemporary art fairs around the world are gaining in following and success, but there is one that stands head and shoulders...