Mozzarella is outselling Camembert in France for the first time, and it's re-opening a fight among cheesemakers.
A widely-used nutritional labeling scheme that may be mandatory gives one of France's greatest treasures a low score.
For the first time since 2013, the Bocuse d'Or returns to France, and to its home at Lyon.
France will soon debut new, more environment-friendly high-speed trains and is also bulking up its budget rail network.
With nearly three years to go, there's solid hope the Olympic open-water swimming events can take place in the Seine.
Stabilization work has been completed, and reconstruction work is about to begin at the damaged monument.
A long and curious history has left Strasbourg with four churches sharing the same name, two Protestant and two Catholic, and all worth seeing.
The charm of rural France is enjoyed by Barry Barford as he explores some of its villages.
France is tightening enforcement of border rules and expanding use of its health pass to get ahead of a threatened new wave.
An exhibit of contemporary art marking the 200th anniversary of Napoleon's death brings a new controversy.
A new arts center designed by Frank Gehry provides a sharp contrast to the city's other monumnents.
A health-rating system for food has become a center of controversy over how it treats traditional artisanal foods.
Anxious for visitors, an Italian island has built a summer of activities around its most famous 19th century visitor.
Jose offers some fun suggestions on things to do when visiting Paris (sponsored content)
Desperate for cash to survive pandemic-induced losses, the cross-Channel rail service gets a shareholder-based bailout.