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Commanderie de Peyrassol, Southern France

The Commanderie de Peyrassol, which covers more than 850 hectares, includes a winery, a medieval estate house with a restaurant, a small hotel...

Château Sainte Roseline, Southern France

Château Sainte Roseline is a place where hedonism exists alongside asceticism. Its history stretches back to the 11th century, when the monk Roubaud helped to establish a monastery here....

Calanque d'EnVaubeach, Cassis, France

Calanques are amazing formations of steep walled inlets found mainly onthe coast of Cassis and Marseille. They hidemagnificentbayslike en Vuethat...

Guy Lassausaie, Lyon

Exactly one year after visiting Lyon's gourmet address La Mère Brazier, I booked an evening at the legendary Guy Lassausaie restaurant, located just a short...

Jean-Paul Hévin, Paris

Balancing on the boundary between spicy and sweet, with unusual taste combinations, Jean-Paul Hévin is a French chocolate virtuoso...

Passage du Chantier, Paris

The Passage du Chantier is located not far from the Bastille and it seems that its 120-metre-long little cobblestone street, which is skewed on one side...

Passage du Cerf, Paris

One of the entrances to the Passage du Cerf is from the rue Saint-Denis. It is one of the oldest streets in Paris, built by the Romans during...

Galerie Vivienne, Paris

The Galerie Vivienne is one of the most exclusive and ornate of Paris's passages, having opened its doors in 1826. It can be found in the very...

Vinyl Paris, Right Bank, Paris

You can discover cities by visiting their churches and bars, shops and museums, while I am including into this list also second-hand vinyl...

Le Grand Vefoir, Midnight in Paris (2011), Paris

Located in the gardens of the Palais Royal, which was built as a home to Cardinal Richelieu, Le Grand Vefoir opened its doors in 1760...

Twin 7, Paris

The style of Chloé, one of the most legendary French fashion houses, embodies elegance, youth ful chic and femininity - as well as quite feminine...

Cité de l'Automobile (Mulhouse), Alsace

Mulhouse's Cité de l'Automobile is one of the world's largest and most prestigious automobile museums. Its core is the unique automobile...

Le Rubis, Paris

Le Rubis is a place that you would probably not find if you didn't specifically look for it, and that you would probably not think of visiting...

Legrand Filles et Fills, Paris

One of the oldest and most distinctive wine bars in Paris, which is located in a no less distinctive place - the Galerie Vivienne...

Fondation Maeght, Saint-Paul de Vence

Fondation Maeght is a destination in itself. It is one of the world's finest and most beautiful small museums, a temple of the 20ies century art...

Le Bus Palladium, Paris

Opened in the 1960s, Le Bus Palladium club restaurant soon became the social epicentre of the Paris creative elite. Salvador Dalí loved...

Château La Coste, Southern France

Château La Coste is the symbiosis of three muses – wine, art, and architecture – featuring the purest essence of each. The picturesque 600-acre property lies at the foot of the Luberon massif 16 kilometres from Aix-en-Provence, the birthplace of Impressionist master painter Paul Cézanne...

Pampelleone beach, St. Tropez, France

Legendary beach of St. tropez is famous not just for its long sandy shores, but also exclusive beach clubs where number of celebritiesvacation...

Antibes, French Riviera

The particular Mediterranean light and Provençal colour palette at Antibes have inspired many famous artists...

Marche Enfants des Rouges, Paris

Located in the very north of the Marais arrondissement, Marche Enfants des Rouges isn't only the oldest covered market in Paris...

Cour du Commerce St-André, Paris

The Cour du Commerce St. Andre contains the essence of Paris' turbulent history. It has been located there since 1776 and its higgledy-piggledy...

Passage Molière, Paris

One of Paris' quietest passages is named after the famous 17th century French playwright, Molière. At one time the Théâtre Molière was located there...

Galerie Colbert, Paris

Right next door is another of Paris's passages, the Galerie Colbert (1826). It is joined with the Galerie Vivienne and thus the two have been competing...

Vinyl Paris, Left Bank, Paris

Croco empire's third bastion is located at the foot of the Pantheon, just a few minutes' walk from the above mentioned shops. Jazz seems to be its...

Café des Deux Moulins, Amélie (2001), Paris

There are countless cafés in Paris that could only dream of the fate of Café des Deux Moulins, which, thanks to Jean-Pierre Jeune's five-Oscar...

Kong, Sex and the City. An American Girl in Paris: Part Deux (2004), Paris

The well-known sports section of the La Samaritaine department store was formerly located in this building, which belongs to the luxury concern...

Azzedine Alaia Stock, Paris

The Tunisian-born French fashion genius Azzedine Alaïa is one of the most admired and worshipped contemporary fashion designers...

Le Verre Volé, Paris

Le Verre Volé can be found in the formerly industrial-come-fashionable and slightly alternative Canal St Martin district, where...

Au Sauvignon, Paris

The embodiment of French chic in the form of a bar à vins. The interior feels as small as a broom closet, but is complemented by a...

Le Baron Rouge, Paris

Le Baron Rouge is simultaneously a legendary establishment and a unique degustation spot. The wines are stored in wooden barrels...

La Mère Brazier, Lyon

One of Lyon's historical gourmet destinations, La Mère Brazier, was founded in the 1920s by Eugénie Brazier, the sensation of the French culinary...