"If we drive out all cars, and it hits businesses… I fear [Paris]... will become nothing more than a theme park for tourists."
We've demystified Paris public transport system, meaning you can leave this tourist trap behind, and get across la ville-lumière like a true local.
After the Paris-Nice race and the Tour de France, the Critérium du Dauphiné Libéré is certainly one the most famous cycling road races in France. Renowned for its difficulty, the race offers a valuable standpoint from which to assess the cyclists’ fitness levels - while often revealing new talent.
Established in 2011, the Anjou Vélo Vintage celebrates the history of the bicycle through various programs and activities, including a retro-inspired ride around the castles of the Loire Valley between 22-23 June.
L'Anjou Vélo Vintage célèbre l'histoire de la bicyclette au travers d'animations et d'une randonnée atypique autour des châteaux de la Loire le week-end du 22 et 23 juin prochain.
The first thing people say to me when they hear I live in France is, “Oh my God! You’re so lucky. I love Paris!” This is usually followed by, “But, ugh, how do you deal with the French? They’re so rude.” Before I carry on, I need to set a few things straight.
I just had breakfast at the European and City Wine Shop in Melbourne, and being a cyclist and a le Tour de France fan, I have picked up a nice mixed dozen they have put together to celebrate the Tour.