Michael Dehoyos offers a feature-packed itinerary for Marseille with plenty to upset any pre-conceptions you may have.
George G shares memories of some wonderful travel experiences in Dijon which, as he shares with us, has a lot more going for it than its famous mustard.
France is taking new actions to protect an increasingly fragile environment and to 'do something' about some wacko tourist behavior.
The continuing rise in temperatures is depriving ski resorts of consistent snow in the Alps.
A twelve-year battle over what milk can be used for the cheese and how it can be processed appears to have come to an end.
The general in charge of the preservation and reconstruction project tells his bosses not to rush the job.
France's second-string rail system doesn't have the glamor of the TGVs, but will now get new investment and upgrades.
GeorgeG comes across a celebrity yacht while breakfasting in St. Tropez.
An unusual plaque at Strasbourg's Cathedral leads PHeymont on the path to an unusual and poignant story.
Even in the face of online retail and hypermarkets, France's local markets continue to thrive and grow.
A French legislator calls for a ban on illuminated ads over urinals, claiming they are intrusive and bad for the environment.
France's newest national park is in the Champagne/Bourgogne region and includes large areas of ancient forests.
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.