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Chic Cocktails in Cozy Surroundings

Over the last few years cocktail bars have been popping up all over Paris. Here are a few of the…

City breaks

Paris – Teatime at the Luxury Hotels

Directly imported from the other side of the channel, it is an institution: the tradition of…

City breaks

The Hidden Terraces of Paris

Sometimes, it's nice to have a little break from the crowded streets and terraces, to feel closer…

Nature

Explore Côte d'Azur Off the Beaten Path

Emmy Award-nominated host Darley Newman travels with locals from December 14 to experience the Côte…

Cuisine

Guy Savoy's Restaurant at the Monnaie de Paris

In May 2015, the 3-star chef Guy Savoy moved his Parisian restaurant from the 17th arrondissement…

Cuisine

Apple and Pear Cider, Traditional Beverages in…

Cider is an age-old drink that has been enjoyed since ancient times. This alcoholic drink made from…

Cuisine

Holiday Entertaining: Champagne Labels Demystified

For food and wine enthusiasts, the holidays are the time to pull out all the stops and delight…

City breaks

Paris's Museums in Café Mode

Feeling hungry after all that sightseeing? Why not take a relaxing, gourmet break at one of the…

Wine

The Art of Tasting

Tasting consists of three stages, each revealing different and important information about the…

Cuisine

Côte d'Azur for your sweet tooth!

The Confiserie Florian Traditional production of South of France specialities: Transformation of…

Cuisine

Get a Taste of the 10 Best Restaurants in Bordeaux

For the next visit to Bordeaux, we've got you covered. Here's our list of the top spots for great…

Nightlife

The 20 Most Romantic Spots in France

Paris is romantic, of course, but there are many other places all around France that will make your…

Cuisine

Welcome to Hyères-les-palmiers

Located in the Southern part of the Cote D’Azur -1.5 h from Marseille or Nice and 45 min. from…

Practical info

Discover the best Kosher gastronomy France has to…

Kosher restaurants and other food establishments are under the supervision of the Beth Din, which…

Cuisine

Is Brioche Challah gone French?

This question and many others just like it have been posed time and again by Jews curious about…

City breaks

Jewish Travelers in Rhône-Alps

Let your religious heritage tours in France take youback to the time when the Franco-German…

Spa and wellbeing

Visit Combloux

"Combloux, the pearl of the Alps in its green glaciers" - Victor Hugo . Delicate,…

Cuisine

Visit Châtel

The snow’s sparkling and the trees are glittering! Whether you prefer a roaring fire or a steep…

Cuisine

Sun-drenched flavours of French Polynesia

On the islands of French Polynesia, the most popular dishes feature raw fish prepared ‘Tahiti…

Cuisine

Sun-drenched flavours of New Caledonia

Whether French, Asian or Oceanic, New Caledonian cuisine reflects its mixed population, offering…

Cuisine

Sun-drenched flavours of French Guiana

Visitors to Guiana should not miss out on trying the chicken or fish boucané (smoked), a dish…

Cuisine

Sun-drenched flavours French Caribbean

In the French West Indies, Creole cuisine is an incredible mix of Caribbean, European, Indian,…

Cuisine

Martinique: the Grand Marché in Fort-de-France

Officially opened with great pomp in 1885, the Grand Marché in Fort-de-France, or simply the Marché…

Cuisine

Sun-drenched flavours of Reunion Island

In Reunion, it would be impossible not to stumble across the ubiquitous cari, inspired by Indian…

Cuisine

The islands of Guadeloupe: the spice market in…

A visit to the Saint-Antoine market in Pointe-à-Pitre, a listed historic monument, offers an…

Cuisine

Saint-Martin: Marigot market

With over a hundred stalls, the market in Marigot, the capital of the French part of Saint-Martin…

Cuisine

French Guiana: Cayenne market

Located close to the Place des Palmistes, Cayenne’s symbolic square planted with giant palm trees,…

Cuisine

Réunion: the Saint-Paul market

On the west coast of the island of Réunion, the town of Saint-Paul is the weekly setting for one of…

Cuisine

Tahiti and its islands: Papeete municipal market

“Mapuru a Paraita”: the name of Papeete’s market stands proudly at the entrance to the Polynesian…

Cuisine

New Caledonia: Nouméa municipal market

Formerly situated in a cramped location on a square in the town centre, Nouméa market moved to the…