The world's most-visited art museum is offering an invitation to view even more than you can see at the museum.
France continues its tradition of honoring Presidents at cultural institutions by adding the late Pres. Valery Giscard d'Estaing to the Musee d'Orsay.
With sales to restaurants down due to Covid lockdowns, an ancient abbey turns to the internet to move its excess cheese.
The long-distance swimmer son of Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo is planning to swim the length of the Seine this summer, nearly 500 miles.
Air France's new safety video takes an unusual tack: it's shot all over France instead of inside a plane.
The plan to add another terminal falls under the weight of local opposition, pandemic travel changes and environmental concerns
A French traffic experiment ends after data show it led to more, not fewer accidents
A new French law protects "the sensory heritage of the countryside" from noise and smell complaints from newcomers to rural areas.
Michelin tips its hat, and a star, to a new and unfamiliar trend in French cuisine.
A charming medieval town with much of its historic core intact, Bayeux has been an eyewitness to some of the biggest moments in European history.
Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo's plans include pedestrian and cycle-friendly amenities in an area now dominated by traffic and mass retail.
The restoration work at Notre Dame enters a new phase with the removal of the last of the damaged temporary scaffolding.
How things have changed, and not, is hinted in these 1988 photos by JHeymont.
Only three years after ditching its last sleeper-train services, France's SNCF is planning to join the European revival of overnight services.
Paris is still determined to clean the Seine up for safe swimming by 2024, though the obstacles seem large and the progress small.