French and German rail operators are planning to try out a long high-speed train from Paris to Berlin late next year
First planned in the 1930s, Toulouse's Teleo connects two major science sites.
Paris is shaping its Olympic plans to include inexpensive tickets and a wide-open Opening Ceremony river parade
France's new sensory heritage law may quiet complaints about noisy rooster.
At the next phase of France's anti-waste laws, paper receipts will largely become a thing of the past
France is testing whether old slow trains at cheap prices can build an audience that is unwilling to pay more for speed
A church built as an emblem of empire, of Germany's annexation of Alsace-Lorraine now calls itself a 'European parish' for all
PHeymont returns again to a favorite city and shares some of the fruits of his wanderings
Statistics show that in France you're never very far from bread, and that the French eat quite a lot of it!
PortMoresby visits old friends in rural France.
The Palace of Versailles re-opens the 'tennis court' where delegates in 1789 swore not to leave until France had a constitution
France's ban on short-haul flights takes effect next month, but it's not as absolute as its proponents wish
Restaurant dishes, hand-made, hand-packed and available around the clock.
A church that some call the city's 'Protestant cathedral' contains some unusual tombs and an organ with a hidden history.
PortMoresby relives a moment in her own history and in the history of the city where she still feels most at home in the world.