Following in the footsteps of Vincent Van Gogh, we take you to Auvers-sur-Oise, the final address of the post-impressionist painter and a short train ride away from Paris. We explore the many sites and landmarks in Auvers that were either the subject of, or influenced, one of the most creative phases of his artistic life.
Documenting the celebrations, protests and support for Paris Pride.
All you need to know to join the Paris Pride March 2017, plus some pictures from last year.
Meet Rosemary Allan, an expat from the UK who has been living in Paris for over 20 years. Today, she runs two award-winning BnB properties in central Paris and is also a style and colour consultant extraordinaire. Read on to find out more about what she does, how she does it and also, some of her favourite things in Paris.
From latest exhibition openings (and closings) to cultural events and performances, here is a stimulating selection of the best things to do this weekend...
Cats sunning themselves on gravestones. Stories, real and imagined. Names, known and unknown. Find all this and some peace at the Montmartre cemetery in Paris.
Today, we feature Anne-Laure, a lovely Parisian lady who seeks out the beauty in Parisian walls.
Wandering in and out of the streets of Montmartre, we noticed an unusual blue facade and a door that said 'Push Hard'. And push hard...
This week, we feature a food blogging couple, Alix and Hugo. Alix, an American expat and Hugo from Picardy, France have been living in...
From hidden neighbourhoods and gardens to secret passages, restaurants and bars, discover the unusual gems of Paris.