Monthly Archives: March 2013

Cheap Hotels in Lyon

A lot of people forget about Lyon, but they shouldn’t – it’s the second-largest city in France, and the gastronomic heart of the country. The entire city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with landmarks, architecture, parks and about a million other things for visitors to do and see. We’re […]

France Travel News 11/30/2010

Arman Show in Paris Puts Spotlight on Everyday Objects If you spot collections of shoes, saws, dentures, broken-down bikes and a life-size car hanging on the walls of the Pompidou Center in Paris, don’t be surprised. It’s all part of a retrospective of the artist known as Arman, who had […]

Cheap Hotels in Nice

What’s there to say about Nice? It’s awesome. It stretches out along the sea, it’s got glamour and just enough grit to make it more real than St.-Tropez, the food is outstanding, and it is a great base from which to experience the entire French Riviera. You can also take […]


Fall in Provence

Although many tourists flock to France during the hot and crowded summer months, perhaps the most delightful time of year to visit the South of France is autumn. The colorful outdoor markets, cobblestone streets of hilltop villages and rolling vineyards have been turned back to the locals after the summer […]

Getting from Paris to Marseille

The French national anthem La Marseillaise was actually written by revolutionaries marching on foot from Marseille to Paris. Fortunately, we now live in an age where cars, trains and planes are all the chosen modes of transportation, which means getting from Paris to Marseille is a whole lot easier than […]


France Travel News 11/23/2010

France and Atlanta to announce partnership Officials from France and Atlanta plan to announce a partnership between Atlanta and France in science, business, humanitarian efforts and the arts. "France-Atlanta: Together towards Innovation" will kick off Nov. 29 and wrap up on Dec. 12. The collaboration is to include a series […]