Articles & Reviews
Long a favored resort of the Parisian elite, the Côte Fleurie, on France’s northern coast, is shedding a bit of its formal reserve. T+L finds lively restaurants, endless beaches, and plenty of easygoing glamour.
The author takes his kids to Paris for their first time in the City of Light.
In the twenties and thirties, the French Riviera was a hotbed of Modernist architectural innovation. MICHAEL Z. WISE visits the seaside retreats built by and for some of the movement's founding figures.
Sure the South of France has loads of hidden treasures, but where do you find them?Read on for an authoritative guide, from east to west.
Can a culinary landscape endure eight decades of change? Guided by an extraordinary 1929 map of France’s regional specialties, Christopher Petkanas uncovers a dozen Provençal dishes that have stood the test of time.
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