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Celebrating Pablo Picasso’s “artistic legacy” 50 years after his death
Picasso Celebration 1973 – 2023 aims to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the artist’s death and showcase his works to a younger generation across Europe and the USA.
How France’s new energy rules for buildings aim to set a good example
Paris mayor Anne Hidalgo announced new measures yesterday to bring the City of Light in line with Macron's plans for energy sobriety.
Who was William Klein? Photographer dies in Paris aged 96
From Vogue to the Museum of Modern Art, who was the man that changed the way we do urban photography?
PSG coach Galtier plays down private jet comments as 'a bad joke'
PSG coach Christophe Galtier's sarcastic response when asked why his squad had flown from Paris to Nantes, a 2-hour train journey, prompted an angry backlash.
Which European cities are cheapest for an autumn break?
This marks the first time in 15 years that western European city breaks have beaten eastern cities in the Post Office's annual report.
Eight people go on trial in France over 2016 Nice truck attack
86 people were killed and more than 400 others injured in the second deadliest attack on French soil.
More than 1,200 rowers embarked on the Seine at dawn for a rowing trip
More than 1,200 rowers embarked on the Seine at dawn for a rowing trip from the Sèvres Bridge (Hauts-de-Seine). Dutch, Spanish, Norman or even from the Ile-de-France, the 242 crews discover the Parisian monuments from a new perspective.
Motorcyclists grumble about new parking fees in Paris
Hundreds of motorbike and scooter drivers in Paris protested against the introduction of new parking fees for two and three-wheeled vehicles on Saturday.
Rendez-vous culture: The Best of Culture in Europe
Jazz at La Villette returns to Paris, Peggy Guggenheim's collection delights Venice, while the Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival gets underway
Tourists in Paris mourn Princess Diana's death
25 years after Princess Diana's death, tourists from around the world have come to Paris' Flame of Liberty to pay tribute to the Princess of Wales.
Anger as Paris brings in parking charges for motorbikes and scooters
Officials in the French capital admit the move is about pushing commuters to use other forms of transport.
Rock en Seine returns to music fans for the first time since pandemic
The popular French festival Rock en Seine is back in all its splendour after a lengthy COVID-induced hiatus. But who's performing this year?
Inside the 5 star cat hotel where Parisians are leaving their pets
The August holiday is a sacred time of year for the French, but what do they do with their cats? This Parisian cat hotel has seen its popularity rocket as holidaymakers get back to their old routines.
The "shocking" designs of Elsa Schiaparelli come to Paris
From Beyoncé to Bella Hadid, the Italian designer's name has made its way back into the headlines. An exhibition in Paris celebrates her craft...
Floods in Paris as city hit by 'near-monthly rainfall in 90 minutes'
Much of southern France is on "orange" alert for more bad weather after thunderstorms struck overnight, while Paris was lashed by heavy rain on Tuesday.
Are pets at risk of catching monkeypox from their owners?
With the news that a pet dog in France has contracted monkeypox from its owner, should we be concerned?
St Pancras’ space problem: What’s going wrong with the Eurostar?
The high-speed train is the most sustainable way of getting between the UK and European mainland, but has been beset by queues and delays in recent weeks.
Meet the viral parkour group climbing Paris to save the environment
A French parkour collective are swinging around Paris to try and reduce energy consumption in France.
Paris hosts prestigious prize for ancient Uzbek martial art Kurash
Hundreds of fans of Kurash, the ancient Uzbek martial art, gather in the French capital to watch competitors fight it out for the prestigious prize of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan.
Italy unveils new high-speed trains from Rome Fiumicino airport
These are all the high-speed railways you need to know about in Europe, including new lines from Rome to Florence and Milan.
Workers clean up Paris canal, retrieve bikes and flat-screen TV
Crews retrieve bikes, a flat-screen TV and a baby stroller from Paris’ Bassin de La Villette waterway during a cleaning operation.
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Military on display for Bastille Day
France celebrated its national holiday Thursday with thousands of French troops marching down the Champs-Elysees avenue alongside allies from Eastern Europe.
Salah Abdeslam will not appeal verdict in 2015 Paris attacks trial
Prosecutors and all other suspects have also not appealed, meaning last month's verdict is final.
Take a look inside a sleeper train made from refurbished old carriages
With train travel rising in popularity due to climate concerns, SNCF has taken things one step further by transforming their old carriages destined for the junkyard into new sleeper trains.
Life's a beach on the banks of the Seine in Paris
Tourists and Parisians on Sunday headed to the beach in the landlocked French capital for the second day of this year's Paris Plages. The event turns the Seine's urban riverbanks into a walkway lined with palm trees and deckchairs.