There is an art to ordering wine in France as Chef Gabriel Gate explains.
A marvel of 17th-century construction now provides a delightful watery path for cyclists to follow.
There's one thing every visitor to the sites of the Great War should know.
From the moment you're welcomed through that lipstick-red entrance, you're in for something memorable.
Despite its grim story, a visit to Les Milles Camp leaves you feeling inspired rather than dispirited.
The Bordeaux region is an area of cool Atlantic breezes, cognac and wines, soft limestone villages and chateaux at every river bend.
There are moments in travel that don't just momentarily impress us, but lodge in our memories. Sometimes they change the way we see the world.
You're not just drinking wine in Bordeaux, you're drinking history.
A portal into absolute charm, France is an ultimate European experience for lovers of food, wine, culture and sophistication. Take a step back and enjoy the warm hospitality of the south; experience the world's beautiful wine country in Bordeaux; get the Mediterranean vibe flowing in Marseille; swim on pebbled beaches in Nice; and enter the "gateway to the European Cascades" in Chamonix.