Playing on Britain's slang name of 'frogs' for French people, a French business district works to lure companies fleeing Brexit.
The 2016 list of Top 100 Sustainable Destinations seems to have an alphabet bias in honoring destinations that have embraced sustainable development.
PortMoresby continues her quest to visit places in Paris that have eluded her attention, some for 50 years, and goes west to The Albert Kahn Museum & Gardens.
A proposed nude nightclub forgot to plan for lockers and security; they'll try again soon.
PortMoresby spends a week in Paris, walking and reflecting on her first time there, 6 months working 6 days a week and living in a room in Montmartre.
Germany cautiously raises fares, fearing low-cost competition; France's Senate tells SNCF to fix what it has before building more.
Paris and Austria have big late-night events going on today...add them to your trip planning calendar for next year!
Paris's city council has voted to make the closure of the highway along the Right Bank permanent, turning it over to pedestrians and bikes.
France sets up a number you can call and ask a French volunteer anything you need to know about France.
Houseboats on the Seine, remembered by PHeymont
France's SNCF rolls out new trains for its TGV service, including its new Tours-Bordeaux section which will cut a third off Paris-Bordeaux times.
The most beautiful peach of all is also a working fruit, serving as a miner's canary for wine growers.
France's Heritage Days invite visitors to places not usually open, or which normally charge admission. The basketball court is on this year's list.
Yes, you may let everyone know where the speed camera and radar are, but no, you may not use non-recyclable picnic supplies...
Facing a drop in tourism after a year marked by terrorist attacks, France's government is committing new funds for tourism promotion.