Your list of Paris museums to visit in the next few weeks just got longer by one unmissable exhibition.
In a year that has been particularly hard on the Niçois region, one essential element has not been forgotten: the environment.
Having shared his time between Dublin and Nice, both cities mourn the loss of one of the greatest contemporary poets and writers.
To dine where Italians dine, you don’t need to cross the border. A simple trek to downtown Nice or up to Cimiez will do.
Finish off the year in style and join Club Vivanova for an exclusive after-work networking party in the private butchery of the Beefbar Monaco.
When in Paris, do as the Parisians do! And this December, they flock to three exceptional and unusual exhibitions.
An American couple’s ongoing love affair with Paris has resulted in the largest gift to a French museum by a foreign donor in over 70 years.
This December, our focus falls on the Monte-Carlo Ballet, which has an impressive and eclectic line-up of productions to take dance-lovers through the festive season.
It is said that all truly great French theatre companies are in Paris. The work that Antibes-based Collectif 8 does, proves otherwise.