This compact, medieval Provençal town is built on five islands in the Sorgue River, whose source is a spring at Fontaine-de-Vaucluse. This lovely town is worth visiting for its Venetian-style bridges, canals and ubiquitous waters, but it is also home to a sprawling market on Sundays. Here you will find mostly local produce, meats and cheeses, though […]

This market in the 11ème arrondissement is one of the city’s largest;  it is especially lively on Sundays, when you’ll see musical performers among the vendors and general hubbub. Here you’ll find all kinds of foods – from the freshest meats, cheeses and produce to international foods and flavors like Middles Eastern cuisine and Spanish paellas. […]

Celebrate the grape-base liqueur cognac in style during this foodie festival which highlights cognac, of course, but also other local products such as the Pineau des Charentes and Marenne oysters. Visitors settle in fishermen’s shacks on the port to enjoy food and drink while live music is played every night from 26-28 July.

Each year in July, theatre-goers in their thousands make their way to the Provence department of Vaucluse for the Festival d’Avignon, which has been taking place in the town since 1947. One of the biggest international contemporary live performance events, the festival features a programme of music, dance, art and theatre performed in venues across the […]

“Following 2017’s anniversary edition, the Festival is beginning a new period in its history,” says Festival President Pierre Lescure. “We intend to renew the principles of our organisation as much as possible, while continuing to question the cinema of our age and to be present through its upheavals.”

Featuring amongst today’s 3 greatest events, (behind the Olympic Games and the football World Cup), this amazing golf competition always stirs great excitement and emotion amongst fans: more than 60,000 spectators and several millions of viewers are expected to follow the event worldwide. A mega event in the world of sport! More info here.

For four nights a variety of different artists light up buildings, streets, squares and parks all over the city. With over 50 light installations, this festival creates a unique magical atmosphere in friendly and joyful spirit! For more infos, click here

Visit Strasbourg in the Alsace region, to enjoy one of the oldest and largest Christmas markets in Europe. Be amazed by the illuminations in the city center and find that unique Christmas gift for your family and friends. For more infos click here

Musée Picasso The « Picasso 1932 » exhibition reports a complete year of the life of the Spanish painter through the chronological presentation of his work and archives. The exhibition is organized in partnership with Tate Modern in London, and presents the essential masterpieces of the artist’s career like The Dream. It is also a […]