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Famous for its art history, the 14th arrondissement is one of our favorite places in Paris. Here's what to do and see in Montparnasse.
See the artwork of Vincent Van Gogh in a unique way with larger than life projections floating about in the Cathedrale d’Images.
Though often missed by visitors, Le Marais has a colorful history and present-day attractions that make it a must-see when visiting Paris.
Every "top 10" list reflects the unique experiences of its writer. Here is my own biased destinations list.
With the help of a mountain guide, anyone in good physical shape can summit these five easy mountain climbs in the Alps.
While Malbec from Argentina is well-known, it was a transplant from France. To sample Malbec as it was originally grown, try the wine from the Cahors region in France.
The wilds of Brittany are different from the rest of France. Brittany has its own language, music and culinary traditions. Explore its small towns and you’ll find flower-filled window boxes, charming homes and exquisite gardens.
In Europe, Christmas markets are a treasured holiday tradition. Here are some of our favorites.
A mother-daughter trip to Paris to see the Eiffel Tower and dine near the Champs Elysees takes an unexpected turn when they head underground into the city's historic catacombs.
For laid-back charm and genuine local life, nothing matches the smaller Riviera towns.
Adventure abounds on this French island in the Indian Ocean between Mauritius and Madagascar. From kayaking to diving to sampling the local cuisine, here's what to do and see on Réunion Island.
David Powell cruises through Burgundy on the luxury hotel barge, L’Impressionniste. Here's what he experienced in this beautiful part of France.
Each year, faith lures five million pilgrims to this religious city in France. I was one of them.
With its perfect climate all year round tempered by the Gulf Stream, Ile de Ré is best enjoyed outside of the busy summer months and away from the crowds.