The ancient Romans left their mark on this small city in the south of France.
Four women, four different goals. But with fashion, shopping, and eating on the list, planning a trip to Paris was a snap!
Find out how to make every euro count when visiting one of the world’s priciest cities.
Ten minutes into my first visit to Annecy, France, something plopped to the pavement. It was my heart.
A stay at the new Hotel Jules gives a frequent Paris visitor the chance to get acquainted with the 9th arrondisement.
Who is visiting the great chefs of Europe? In Lyon, Stacia Friedman eats and then eats some more.
When it comes to one ex-pat American chef, French cuisine — and its celebrated paradoxes — is the only way to go. Becca Hensley learns to shop, chop, and eat in Dijon.
In Nancy, salivating over Art Nouveau inspired, say, by the curve of a swan’s neck or the swoop of a lily in bloom.
In France, September brings “la rentree,” a time to put away childish summer things. For flea market aficionados, who will always have Paris, cooler weather means mastering the “puces”: indulging in a feast for the eyes, while maintaining a sharp nose for bargains, and a jaundiced ear for tall tales.
The first time I visited Paris’ oldest and largest department store I was nineteen years old and determined to trade in my t-shirt and jeans for some instant Parisian chic. I bought a filmy, yellow chiffon, A-line dress and had my hair cut and styled in the salon.