Sandwiched between Budapest and Vienna, and just a stone's throw from Prague, its famous and popular former sister, it is very easy to overlook Bratislava, capital of Slovakia.
Pierre Bonnard would have turned 150 this year, and the museum that bears his name in Le Cannet is celebrating this milestone with a summer-long exhibition.
With its post-war and communist-style architecture, Le Havre is usually not on most people’s list of places to visit, but this summer the Norman resort is all the craze.
The inaugural Nomad Design Fair recently took place in what is widely considered as one of the most beautiful properties on the French Riviera - La Vigie.
John Fitzerald Kennedy would have turned 100 this year. To celebrate this milestone, famed writer and producer Frédéric Lecomte-Dieu will be curating a one-off photo exhibition “John F. Kennedy 1917 – 2017” in Roquebrune-Cap-Martin.
English novelist and playwright W. Somerset Maugham used to describe the French Riviera as 'a sunny place for shady people.' He definitely knew what he was talking about, since he called it home for more than 30 years.
One of the most photographed women in the world, she inspired millions of women and designers the world over with her impeccable red carpet looks.
Shot last summer on our shores, Sky Atlantic’s eagerly anticipated drama Riviera got its big debut recently at miptv, in front of players from the TV and digital industry.
Villa Paloma in Monaco hosts a new exhibition of the works of long forgotten local artist and explorer, Hercule Florence.
The Forbidden City comes to the Grimaldi Forum in Monaco this July, promising another spectacular summer exhibition to rival past editions.