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Read about romantic hotels and restaurants in the South of France's most scenic region.
Beautiful and not overrun with tourists, this island off the coast of Brittany, may well be one of France's best-kept secrets.
The South of France most storied region was one of the world's first summer resort areas thanks to its gorgeous seaside setting.
With major European cities looking more and more alike, Paris stands gloriously apart.
The seaside town continues to cast a powerful spell, and while its modern reputation as a jet-setter’s paradise may be well deserved, the natural beauty and simple lifestyle are still...
The French islands of Porquerolles and Port-Cros offer breathtaking cliffs, shimmering turquoise coves and fine beaches.
A French island with Italian flair, Corsica beguiles with dazzling light, mesmerizing landscapes and privileged serenity and privacy.
As part of the Trois Vallées, Courchevel in the French Alps has access to one of the world's largest linked ski resorts with some 375 miles of groomed slopes and...
The famous French ski resort, in the Haute-Savoie region, is considered one of the world’s most beautiful winter destinations.
Sun-soaked Cannes is the original playground for the Hollywood jet-set but in recent years has begun to foster a new modernity.
Roughly the size of France, Thailand has all the ingredients of a great trip: mountains, jungles, cities, beaches and, of course, delicious food.
With fine food and wine, an unstudied sense of style, and an intense devotion to sport, this may be Australia's most fascinating city.
The Chilean capital's many cultural offerings, including fine food and boutiques, are entirely captivating.
With all eyes on the nation's capital, we celebrate the city's great food and phenomenal cultural offerings.
This flat island boasts world class hotels, stunning private villas, excellent golf and some of the best food in the Caribbean.
Bangkok is one of Asia's most complex capitals, with incredible historic sights, a diverse food scene and welcoming locals.
The largest island in the Mediterranean has incredible historic sites, passionate locals and a food scene to impress any gourmet.
An easy getaway for East Coasters, the city of brotherly love has historic sites, some great museums and a burgeoning food scene.
The massive region, mushrooming out from Westchester County and spanning both sides of the majestic Hudson river, draws outdoor enthusiasts art aficionados, food lovers and spiritualists.
Unfortunately, this snug bistro, not far from the Bon Marché, often feels like a tourist canteen, and you might be rushed. Still, chef François Pasteau is talented, and the restaurant...
Chef Yves Camdeborde’s cozy, ten-table bistro in the center of St.-Germain is just about the toughest restaurant to score a dinner reservation, so go for lunch, when it’s first come,...
Strange as it may seem, it can often be easier to find a plate of spaghetti in St.-Germain than a good French-bistro meal, which is why this new Left Bank...
This storefront bistro in the chic 7th—with friendly service, a collection of antique delftware and some of Paris’ most delicious bistro cooking—is a favorite among the locals. The chou farci...
With beveled glass partitions, tulip lamps and sepia-toned walls, this old-timer continues to serve up traditional French dishes, like tournedos Rossini (steak topped with foie gras and truffles), andouillette (chitterling...
When choosing a restaurant in Paris, I’d make one of the only exceptions to the priority of great food over other considerations with this place. The Balzar’s cuisine is perfectly...
A hole-in-the-wall with the rustic decor, this restaurant is a huge hit with the locals for its warm welcome and the high quality of its oysters, its raison d’être. Served...
The Flore’s a terrific spot for a coffee and a Cognac after dinner, because despite its popularity with tourists, this historic St.-Germain café still attracts an intriguing crowd of locals,...
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