France Travel Articles

 
A Guide to English Language Bookstores in Paris
A Guide to English Language Bookstores in Paris Among Paris' countless tourist attractions are some classic English-language bookstores. Betsy Mikel loves books and lived in Paris, so here she tells us about the best of them.
Enchanted in the French Alps – Alpe d’Huez, France
Enchanted in the French Alps – Alpe d’Huez, France How Do You Say "Bliss" in French? Carolyn Canville Takes You to Cloud 9 at 1000 meters.
Paris on Less Than $100 Per Day: Enjoy the City Without Breaking the Bank
Paris on Less Than $100 Per Day: Enjoy the City Without Breaking the Bank Paris is an amazing city but it can be a budget killer if you don't pay attention. Julie Blakley is a cheapskate and an expert on the city, and she shares her best budget tips here.
Looking For Richard The Lionheart in France
Looking For Richard The Lionheart in France Todd Mauer has always been fascinated by the story of Richard the Lionheart, so he decided to go looking for the real story behind the king's demise.
Things You Should Know About Eating in France
Things You Should Know About Eating in France France is known the world around for its excellent culinary culture, but there are some quirks you should know about before you visit. Julie Blakley has lived there, and shares her tips on how to maximize enjoyment and minimize embarassment.
5 Summer Travel Tips for France
5 Summer Travel Tips for France Summer travel to France can be an amazing experience, but most things are crowded and some things are closed. Julie Blakley writes about France and she offers up 5 important expert tips to make your trip the best it can be.
Off the Beaten Track Paris for Foodies
Off the Beaten Track Paris for Foodies Paris has nearly unlimited attractions for food lovers. Dana McMahan shares three experiences that aren't in every guidebook, and are very worthwhile.
Coach Trips: Testing the Stereotypes – Paris, France
Coach Trips: Testing the Stereotypes – Paris, France Coach trips receive a bad reputation in Britain as the sole domain of the old and infirm. John Guzdek wanted to see how truthful the stereotypes were, and if they may have a place in younger travellers' plans.
Five Hotels Under 250 Dollars In Places You Actually Want To Go – USA, Europe
Five Hotels Under 250 Dollars In Places You Actually Want To Go – USA, Europe As money becomes tighter in this shrinking economy, it's nice to know there are places out there offering stylish and unique accommodations that won't break the bank. Jennifer Knoepfle offers five great options when planning your next destination.
A Not So Gay Ho-Hum Christmas in Paree – Paris, France, Europe
In Paris's Muslim quarter, Barbes Rochechouart, John M. Edwards finds ho-hum Christmas cheer, but not much champagne or beer.