🇫🇷 France

23 October 2020

24 hours in Lyon

It is not surprising that Lyon, in addition to being known as the gastronomic capital of France, was also named European Capital of Smart Tourism in […]
21 October 2020

Art in the City of Lights

I went to Paris with one of my best friends and when we got on the plane, we did not imagine everything that we were about […]
16 October 2020

Travel restrictions in brief:
France 🇫🇷

NOTE: Last update of this article occurred on October 16th. Can I travel to France? 1. Countries with no restrictions There are no restrictions for travel […]
13 October 2020

French PM does not rule out return of localized confinements

In an attempt to stem a second wave of Covid-19 contagion cases, French Prime Minister Jean Castex did not rule out, on October 12, the possibility […]
6 October 2020

New Covid-19 restrictions in Paris will be adjusted every fortnight

The government intends to adjust the restrictions, which have taken effect on Tuesday, October 6, based on updated health data. Anne Hidalgo, Mayor of Paris, announced […]
24 September 2020

Lille: A beautiful city!

My first visit to Lille was 3 years ago. I went there to watch the concert of Anggun, my favorite singer. Lille is the capital of […]
17 September 2020

10 Places to Eat in Paris

Asking me for 10 best restaurants in Paris, or at least my favourite spots, is like asking a mother for her favourite child – impossible (although […]
17 September 2020

Eurostar and Thalys to merge in 2021

International high-speed railway services Thalys and Eurostar will merge in 2021, Thalys’s CEO Bertrand Gosselin told French newspaper La Tribune. The project has been called “Greenspeed”. […]
16 September 2020

On the road to wines that are alive:
The new face of Alsace

1. The Alsatian cliché dies hard In the collective imagination, the wines in the land of flamekueche are (too) sweet or of average quality. I’m not […]
15 September 2020

Top 4 things you must see in Annecy

Annecy is known as the French Venice and, therefore, is one of the most charming cities in France. Located in the wonderful Rhône-Alpes, Annecy has the […]
10 September 2020

Crypt at Notre-Dame reopens
in homage to Victor Hugo

Closed to the public since the fire that damaged much of the Notre-Dame Cathedral on 15 April 2019, the crypt under the court-yard is to reopen […]
8 September 2020

Covid-19: Quarantine might be reduced to 7 days in France

The Scientific Council is in favor of shortening to seven days the isolation period for people tested positive for the new coronavirus and for contact cases, […]
7 September 2020

On the Trail of the Cathars
in Southern France

In the foothills of the Pyrenees, often perched atop rocky outcrops, a series of spectacular castles tell the tale of a 12th century religion, hounded by […]
31 August 2020

France may lose €48 billion
from lack of tourists

According to the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC), €48 billion looks set to be lost from the French economy due to the collapse of international […]
25 August 2020

5 Things to do in Historic Morvan, France

Morvan in Burgundy’s Nièvre departement is an historic region of forested hills and valleys, dotted with lakes and criss-crossed by tracks where you can follow in […]
9 August 2020

Don’t bring your Covid-19 over here! – Cartoon

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