France Today
25  novembre     01h36
What to See and Do Outside of Paris
Chloe Govan    Keen to explore the sites in the regions surrounding Paris? Foodie museums, hot air balloon rides and garden festivals are just some of the attractions on offer. Related articles: Day Trips from Paris: Champagne Country, Artist Villages and More Where to Stay and Eat Outside of Paris Gastronomy...
24  novembre     16h52
Win Six Bottles of Wine from Domaine Lafage (Prize Value Around 100)
France Today Editors    Wines from the Roussillon in the South of France, made by two seminal figures in the region’s wine industry. The Lafage family has been growing grapes in Roussillon for six generations, at the helm today are Jean-Marc and Eliane Lafage, who took over the running of the Domaine in 1996. The estate...
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Win a Peugeot Graphite Emotion Set (Prize Value 79.99)
France Today Editors    Both gorgeous and practical, this anthracite grey pepper and salt set comes with a Tan Hoi peppercube. Peugeot has been sustainably crafting wooden pepper and salt mills in France, with their original steel grinding mechanism, for over 200 years. The latest in the range is the Graphite, a sultry...
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Win a Pair of Standard Premier Return Eurostar Tickets to Paris
France Today Editors    Dreaming of heading to Paris for a break in the world’s most romantic city? We’ve teamed up with Eurostar to offer return travel from London St Pancras, which includes a light meal served at your table and generous baggage allowance. Begin your Parisian getaway in style with Eurostar transporting...
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On Écoute: Yann Tiersen
France Today Editors    Composer for Amélie and much, much more& Hands up who loves the film Amélie (known to the French and purists as Le Fabuleux Destin d’Amélie Poulain)? Double hands up who loves the movie’s cutesy, waltzy, accordeon and piano-led soundtrack? The popular film score was comprised of both new and...
23  novembre     19h55
La Culture: Julie Manet, Vivian Maier and More Art in Paris
Sylvia Edwards Davis    Sylvia Edwards Davis picks a treasure trove of not-to-miss events in the French capital Ode to a Muse The Musée Marmottan Monet is hosting the first exhibition ever dedicated to Julie Manet, the only daughter of Berthe Morisot and niece of Édouard Manet, who became a regular subject not just for...
22  novembre     15h31
Beyond Champagne: Other French Sparkling Wines for Your Holiday Feast
Keith Van Sickle    The holiday season is upon us, and what better way to celebrate than with a bottle of Champagne? Champagne has long been the go-to wine for celebrations, but it can be pricey. Luckily, there are other French sparkling wines to consider, called crémants, that are also delicious ... and easier on the...
19  novembre     01h49
Cinessance: The New Video Platform to Stream French Movies
Martha Sessums    French movies are popular around the world, but they are not always easy to access. Current streaming platforms like Netflix, Amazon Prime and Hulu don’t offer a wide range of French movies and programmes and they are often only available for a limited time. Plus, French films are not always...
18  novembre     01h50
Hôtel Richer de Belleval: Where to Eat in Montpellier
Alexander Lobrano    Superbly renovated by architect Philippe Prost and L’Atelier Ricou, the latter a specialist in restoring frescoes and other decorative painting in historic buildings, this elegant 17th-century limestone mansion in the heart of Montpellier has not only become the best hotel in this southern French...
17  novembre     01h39
Interview with Author Stephen Clarke: Merde Just Got Real
Caroline Harrap    Best known for the popular Merde series, as well as his non-fiction works on Anglo-French history, British-born author Stephen Clarke has sold more than a million of his books worldwide. Now, with a new novel of a rather different kind just out, the Paris resident chats to Caroline Harrap about...