France is deploying new, more secure speed cameras that can record much more than speed; it hopes they will survive.
Violent protests and a drop in the value of the British pound affected visits to France, leading the country to reset the date for its goal of 100 million visitors.
France is opening the first of a series of museums celebrating its UNESCO-heritage food and food traditions.
A boutique hotel will open on the grounds of the Chateau de Versailles, complete with an Alain Ducasse restaurant.
The Louvre has returned Mona Lisa to display and has a new plan for giving everyone a (short) moment to view or take a selfie.
A new-style solar-powered monorail may get a live trial in northern France.
In a fairy-tale story that's real, a small painting is identified as a long-missing masterpiece.
With new owners, a plan for the purple-plane Icelandic carrier to fly again, even as France's second-biggest airline collapses.
French thieves have taken bells from several churches in Provence; authorities fear the bells may have been melted down.
Once feared and banned, absinthe's modern popularity has led to a new designation.
Just walking, admiring store windows & getting in on the act.
Marilyn Jones gets a long view over a beautiful valley in Eastern France.
A restored farmhouse in eastern France is not only a museum but a working producer of cheese and hams.
PHeymont spotted this especially fine specimen of a favorite car at a church in Basel, Switzerland.
A new tax on departing flights, set to start next year, is aimed at raising money for eco-friendly infrastructure.