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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...

Explore Grasse: The World Capital of Perfume

The world capital of perfumery, the Mediterranean city of Grasse hasn’t always smelled of roses, as Jennifer Ladonne discovers In 2018, the “world capital of...

Peace and Nature at the Domaine de Sévenier in the Ardèche

Hidden high on a hill offering amazing views over the Ardèche nestles a little piece of heaven. The Domaine de Sévenier & Spa is...

My Life in Paris: A Night to Remember

Theodora and her sister pull an all-nighter with a difference in the City of Light It’s raining outside. And inside the ancient toilet is gurgling...

Read the Signs: Rue de la Lune in Paris

A lovely flânerie along a charming Parisian street This little street carries one of the most romantic names of any street in Paris. Rue de...

Travel Notes: Four Favourite Lighthouses in Brittany

There's something undeniably alluring about the rugged, sea-swept coastline of Brittany. From Saint-Malo to Brest, from Île d'Ouessant to Belle Île, Brittany charms visitors with...

Dream Trips: Explore Dordogne with SLL Perigord Travel

There’s something about Perigord that keeps visitors coming back again and again. A historic province that roughly comprises the Dordogne department, Perigord casts an...

5 Reasons to Visit… Bergerac

An endearing half-timbered town and magnet for British ex-pats, Bergerac in the Dordogne offers a quaint slice of history away from the madding crowds. Old-world charm One of Bergerac’s...