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A weekend visit to Paris has never been so easy, but have you uncovered all the city’s hidden secrets? Follow our steps for an unusual and alternative visit to Paris.

We all know French baguettes are the best but how do you decide which boulangerie to visit? Luckily there is an official baguette competition to help you find the best baguette in Paris

There’s more to Paris than the Eiffel Tower, as author and blogger Lindsey Tramuta proves with her off-the-beat guide to the city’s best-kept secrets

Several French cities have introduced Crit’Air stickers for all vehicles, including foreign vehicles – this is all you need to know about them and where to buy them so you avoid a hefty fine

Start your weekend right with a long, lazy brunch in the French capital. Here is our pick 10 of the best brunches in Paris

The sun is shining and the flowers are blooming, spring has sprung in France! Take a look at how stunning France is in the spring

Enter French Property News’ competition for a chance to win a copy of The New Paris by Lindsey Tramuta.

The stretch of bank on the right side of the Seine in Paris has been transformed from a loud and busy road to a peaceful pedestrianised area called the Parc Rives de Seine

From pony rides and underground walks to magic shows and big animal encounters, there is plenty to keep you and your kids entertained in Paris. Here is our pick of top activities for families

April events in France

Monday, March 27, 2017

There are plenty of festivals and events in France in April, including a nature festival in Somme, the Paris marathon, several garden festivals and April Fool’s Day. We take a look at what’s on in France in April

Top things to do for free in Paris

Wednesday, March 8, 2017

From picture-perfect squares to streets once thronging with artists, we choose the best places that you can experience for free in Paris

If you’re fascinated by French fashion then you should visit these museums dedicated to fashion and textiles in France

A history of French fashion

Monday, February 27, 2017

Dior, Chanel, Yves Saint Laurent... learn about the famous French fashion designers who have established the reputation of French fashion around the world

Celebrate Valentine’s Day with your other half by escaping to some of the most romantic places in Paris

If you fancy a change from the A-list attractions, tap into the cultural richness of Paris at these lesser-known museums

From little villages in the South-West to the bright lights of Paris, many films were shot in France for its picturesque scenery and unique atmosphere. Did you recognize any of these locations?

Want to do something different for New Year’s Eve this year? How about joining the crowds on the Champs-Élysées, escaping everyone at a national park, listening to a concert in a prehistoric cave or tucking in to a French Réveillon?

Paris is magical at any time of year but at Christmas the city comes to life with Christmas markets, window displays, ice rinks. These are 10 reasons to visit Paris at Christmas

2017 is a big year for France and not just because of the Presidential elections. From anniversaries and special events to exciting openings, here’s why you should visit France in 2017

Thinking of spending the Christmas holidays in France? If ever you need convincing, we’ve found 12 reasons why you should

December events in France

Thursday, December 1, 2016

From music festivals to food festivals, and of course Christmas markets, there are plenty of events and festivals happening in France in December

Need inspiration for a short break in France this winter? From a ski trip to a spa weekend, from a city break to tasty truffle festivals, here are 12 ideas for a winter getaway in France.

Veggies, rejoice! Paris has plenty of exciting vegetarian restaurants serving delicious and healthy veggie dishes. Caroline Harrap chooses some of her favourite

Travelling on a budget, holidaying as a family, visiting Paris and Provence, and lots of beautiful photos of France – these are our favourite travel blogs about France to read

With hamburgers and cappuccinos appearing on menus, France was just about embracing global culture. But will Brexit change this? Paris-based writer Stephen Clarke hopes not

Île-de-France region guide

Thursday, August 18, 2016

An insider’s guide to Île-de-France in northern France, including the main attractions to visit on holiday, the best towns and villages to live in, the major festivals and events, and buying property in Île-de-France

Leave the busy city behind and enjoy some peace and quiet in one of these hidden parks and gardens in Paris that that you probably don’t know about

Ad Feature: Paris’s east side: 3 walks off the beaten track

Tuesday, August 2, 2016

Venture away from the Eiffel Tower and discover an alternative side to Paris to the east of the city on a private tour with Walk My Steps

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