The French, many believe, wouldn’t accept Halloween as their own holiday, as they’re much too protective of their culture - we could be in for a drastic change...
What are your favourite French hideaways? Ronnie shows us hers, in Lyon.
That je ne sais quoi. Paris has it; that infuriating, indescribable allure attributed to the French. What is it with Paris, with France?
Nigelle de Vismes uncovers family history during the Somme centenary and in the wake of Brexit.
We spoke to Patricia at La Fromagerie in Marylebone to share our love for cheese and get some expert tips about how to get savvy with le bon fromage.
We talked to master perfumer Emma Leah, who founded Fleurage Perfume Atelier to transform fragrance back into the evocative art it once was.
The streets of Paris in the Latin Quarter are eerily quiet at 7am on a grey Monday morning. So where are they? Piscine pontoise of course! Where else?
Situated an hour south of Lyon, Tain-l'Hermitage, home to Valrhona chocolate and M. Chapoutier wines, might be off the beaten track, but it's well worth visiting!
As Francophiles, we love everything French. Therefore, our love for one of France’s most traditional and popular pastimes, flea markets, comes only naturally to us - and La Braderie is no exception!
A drizzly day and a visit to the Catacombs don't sound like the most uplifting of activities, but there was a positive lesson to be taken out of it all... and it was to do with learning French in Paris.