A bar, a bakery, a pizzeria, and a great view over the sea - doesn't that sound good? Yawning dogs between olive trees and cacti, neighbours talking from window to window, old signori sitting on folding chairs in front of the house looking at the visitors.
A rare find of 17 amphorae from the 3rd century BCE at a depth of twenty metres excites marine archaeologists and shipwreck aficionados alike
French bakers want one of the country's best-known breads, the baguette, to be listed as a UNESCO Cultural Treasure
Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo have a spectacular evening of contemporary dance lined up this month, with works by two highly acclaimed Belgian choreographers.
The Night that Changed Nice Forever ... But Did Not Break It. On July 14, I lost 84 brothers and sisters.
A new exhibit of 14 amazing displays across Nice shows how artists have seen the pebbly shores of the Baie des Anges since time immemorial.
Shortly after the fall of the Iron curtain, word had it that Prague was the new Paris, and it was not long before the city once again flourished. (more…)...