French Supermarket

17th March 2017

French Grocery Stores: A Survival Guide

A recent comparative study in Europe found France to be one of the cheapest western European countries when it comes […]

1st March 2017

RLS Grand Tourisme, deluxe chauffeur service

The R for refinement, the L for luxury and the S for the elegant sportiness of the vehicle form the […]


6th February 2017

The legendary Val d’Isère

Pristine slopes, breathtaking vistas and sleek, narrow runs that afford glimpses of protected wildlife… Val d’Isère is undoubtedly the best-known […]


9th January 2017

48 hours in the Nice back country

There is more to southern France than the Riviera. To fully experience the charms of Provence, spend at least 48 […]

Nice visit card view on the bay of Angels, France

6th January 2017

Out of Cannes : a festival of hot spots

The French Riviera is a lifestyle: an art of living grounded in a passion for doing things right. Here we […]

Mont Saint-Michel Normandie

26th December 2016

Eric Vannier told us his Mont-Saint-Michel tale

Vacations he spent at his grandparents who were doctors and the ful llment of his dream: to isolate the rocks […]

Jack Lang

19th December 2016

Jack Lang, the man of performing arts

Jack Lang is a French politician, and a former Minister for Culture and for Education. The background of the current […]


24th November 2016

Patios and rooftops : get some fresh air in Paris

Here are five places to see a different side of Paris and take advantage of gorgeous weather in peaceful settings […]

cite du cinema

17th November 2016

La Cité du Cinéma Temple of the 7th Art in Paris

Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets is one of the biggest budgeted films in the history of cinema […]

Museum of Islamic Art Doha Qatar

15th June 2016

Mounia Chekhab-Abudaya, under the charm of the Arab world

    This young 30-year-old, ambitious and determined Parisienne settled in Qatar 3 years ago after defending a thesis on […]