• Montmartre, Paris

    Situated in the 18th arrondissement, the iconic ‘Butte Montmartre‘ is one of Paris‘ most famous districts. Full of contrasts, encircled by busy boulevards, it has kept the atmosphere of a village remarkably intact with intimate squares, winding narrow streets, tiny terraces, and long stairways. We organise Walking Tours in Montmartre. More info here… Featured image: [...]

  • Mother’s Day in France and English-speaking countries: La Fête des Mères

    In 2014, Mother’s Day in Australia and in the United States falls on Sunday 11th May. However, in France it takes place two weeks later, on 25th May. Traditionally, Mother’s Day is held annually on the second Sunday of May in the US and in Australia. But French people are used to paying tribute to [...]

  • Top 10 Funny facts about Paris

    Paris, Ville Lumière and prestigious capital of France. We often think we know everything about this grand city: its monuments, its tumultuous history linked to the kings of France and the Republic, its immense cultural influence and economic power. To get off the beaten track, we compiled 10 funny facts about the city which we [...]

  • Aix-en-Provence, Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur

    The din of cicadas, the southern French accent, a glass of “Pastis” at a table outside a café: this is Aix-en-Provence! It is the kind of city where even if you are not in the mood, you will be drawn to enjoy everything. The smiles and the legendary hospitality of Provencal people will surprise you! [...]

  • Saint-Germain-des-Prés Neighbourhood

    The quarter of Saint-Germain-des-Prés takes its name from the old Benedictine abbey founded in the 8th century. Situated on the Left Bank in the 6th arrondissement of Paris, it is known for its cafés and for being the meeting place of Left Bank intellectuals and artists in the 1950s and 1960s. Today, the ancient bell tower of the [...]

  • Paris in black and white

    Paris in Black and White: here is a selection of 30 photos we took over the last few years in the City of Lights. From the Louvre to the Eiffel Tower, from Notre-Dame to Montmartre, the French capital is always at its best when it needs to be photographed. Featured image: Tuileries Garden, Paris © [...]

  • Top 10 Most Visited Sites and Monuments in France

    The Top 10 of the most visited attractions in France in 2011 puts Paris at the top end of the scale. The list includes the number of paid admissions entrances to French sites, museums and monuments. It does not include free admission sites such as Notre-Dame in Paris and the Gothic cathedrals of France, the [...]

  • French Alps – Alpes françaises

    Walking underneath dramatic glaciers and snow-capped peaks, strolling in the picture perfect old towns and villages, tasting the delicious mountain cheese while relaxing on the shores of alpine lakes, the French Alps have much to offer to its visitors. Although crowded in winter, this part of France is often bypassed by English-speaking tourists in summer [...]

  • In search of Spring in Paris: at the Eiffel Tower

    Today we reached central Paris in search of Spring. We thought the best spot to experience the first signs of springtime would be at the Eiffel Tower, more precisely in the Champ-de-Mars. As Spring arrives, the park becomes speckled with ephemeral cherry blossoms… Featured image: Springtime in Paris © French Moments

  • Spring in France – le printemps en France

    Blooming apple trees, new green leaves covering the trees, spring flowers in full bloom in the gardens, fields and forests… this explosion of new life tells us that spring is in the air! Featured image: Spring in Alsace © French Moments

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