Travel Advice & Multi-Region

Politicians and tax collectors are well aware of the administrative divisions of France: the arrondissement, the city, the commune, the department, the region. But travelers needn't pay attention or even be aware of the borders while visiting the regions of France. This section therefore speaks of multi-regional travel and advice.

Art and Exhibitions in France, the 2017 Summer Selection

A rich variety of art shows and other exhibitions await travelers exploring France this summer. Corinne LaBalme has selected for France Revisited some of the most notable of these.

Grandparenting Abroad: When You’re Old Enough I’ll Take You to Paris

Six important points of advice for fulfilling intergenerational travels, particularly for grandparents interested in traveling to Paris with a grandchild.

Paris Award Ceremonies Honor French Excellence, Heritage and Savoir-Faire (Part 2 of 2)

Awards and award ceremonies tell a lot about a country, if not always about the nation that it is then at least about the nation that the award-givers want it to be. Part 2 of this two-part series concerns Pelerin Magazine’s Un Patrimoine pour demain (A Heritage for Tomorrow) and Cigale TV’s Trésors vivants de l’artisant (Living Treasures of Craftsmanship).

To Those (Re)Considering Coming to Paris

The terrorist attacks in Paris and Saint-Denis on November 13 killed 130 people and left hundreds more wounded. The immediate target was joie de vivre in the City of Light: the pleasure of sharing a drink or a meal with friends, of listening to music, of strolling down the street, of kissing on the sidewalk, of men and women mingling and dressing freely, of gathering comfortably with strangers, of being young in years or young at heart, of openly celebrating life. Those are all things that you, the visitor and the return traveler, look forward to when you imagine (re)visiting Paris.
Thibault Denis du Péage and Adalaïs Choy, founders of Covoiture-Art.com

Covoiture-Art Offers Ride-Sharing with a Cultural Twist

While classic ride-sharing brings together drivers and passengers who share a common destination, a new service brings together those who share a common interest in a culture. The young company Covoiture-Art.com is offering "cultural ride-sharing," a way of taking a daytrip to a monument, museum or heritage site if you need a ride to get there or if you have wheels and would like company.
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Taxi Fares Between Paris and Charles de Gaulle or Orly Airports

Maximum taxi fares between Paris and Charles de Gaulle or Orly Airports, in either direction, without additional baggage fees, are legally set as follows: Between Charles de Gaulle and right bank Paris: 50 € Between Charles de Gaulle and left bank Paris: 55 €...

New TGV Line Speeds Up Burgundy-Alsace Train Route

The first high-speed train route in France that is not centered around Paris opened today (Dec. 11, 2011), quickening the connection between Burgundy and...

Near Paris: The Giverny – La Roche-Guyon Daytrip Combo

How and why to combine a visit to Monet's House and Gardens at Giverny with a visit to the chateau of La Roche Guyon, whether on a daytrip from Paris or a longer excursion to Normandy.

Festivals in France, Part II: Exceptional and Unique Celebrations

Whether celebrating street theater or strawberries, vintage bicycles or movie cars, mime or flamenco, joyful and unique festivals take place throughout France throughout the year.

Private Paris & France Tours

Award-winning travel writer and editor Gary Lee Kraut is the go-to guy for individuals and agencies seeking personalized tours, events and advice in Paris and throughout France.

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