Although the French capital of gastronomy may be known for its meaty saucissons and quenelles, Lyon also has its fair share of sweet specialities.
The next step in my aim to meet the French: taking part in activities a little closer to home - literally! Here, we suggest why you should throw yourself into the activities on offer...
We share our three favourite hot chocolate spots in the 19th and 20th arrondissements.
Wandering around the 18th, looking for a hot chocolate fix? Put up your feet at one of the following four destinations and you can be confident that you'll get your euros worth.
The 16th and 17th mean La Tour Eiffel, comfortable residential neighborhood and great museums, but we’ve found four other – chocolate-flavored - reasons to visit the area...
Although they may not be the liveliest neighborhoods in the capital, the 14th and 15th arrondissement hides some of the loveliest hot chocolate spots in the city.
After a walk in the Bois de Vincennes or around the charming Butte au Cailles, why not stop for a hot chocolate? We’ve found the best in the area!
Anne shares her market tips and introduces you to the locals: a perfect market guide.
There are plenty of little cafés along the Canal St Martin, where it just feels good to observe la vie parisienne over a hot chocolate. We’re sure you’d love to know where they serve the best ones.
Paris' 9th arrondissement is a great place to shop, but for when you need a break from the crowds, here are our top spot for a hot chocolate!