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Camille Van Puymbroeck is a Belgian freelance journalist with a big interest in anything lifestyle and ecology-related. Nothing makes her more happy than visiting a former Soviet building, overgrown by nature, equipped with a camera and a coffee. Not without an Italian meal afterwards, of course. Her work has previously been published in Metro, Sabato Magazine and Culinaire Ambiance.

26 May 2023

Who will supply Macron’s bread this year?

How do you imagine a Frenchman to look like? Thanks to Disney and other romanticising people in the industry, chances are you immediately picture a man […]
23 May 2023

France’s ban on short haul flights enters into force

France’s ban on short haul domestic flights has finally entered into force in the morning of 23 May, the country’s Transport Minister Clément Beaune announced on […]
23 May 2023

Beloved and controversial Paris museum to close for five years

One of the most iconic tourist attractions in Paris will be closing in 2025 for a five-year period of renovations. The Centre Pompidou, at the heart […]
16 May 2023

Michelin-star meals will soon be possible “on the edge of space”

The French company Zephalto has announced that it will offer a Michelin-like dinner experience “on the edge of space” for the first time in late 2024, […]
9 May 2023

The subtle changing greys of nature

Nature never meant grey to me until I saw the mysterious tidal mudflats of the Baie de Somme of Le Crotoy in Picardie, France. The receding […]
8 May 2023

France to invest 2 billion in cycling infrastructure by 2027

Authorities in France will invest 2 billion euros over the next four years to develop the infrastructure for cycling, as well as encourage citizens to increase […]
5 May 2023

Kenzo’s minimalist Parisian villa is up for sale

There’s a lot we could and should say about Paris but one thing’s for sure, it’s not what you would call a haven of peace. There’s […]
27 April 2023

How can Paris adapt to more heat waves?

A new report warns for the possibility of scorching temperatures of more than 50°C in the French capital. 1. Unbearable heat Paris could become unbearably hot […]
27 April 2023

Marseille’s Museum of Contemporary Art reopens after 4 years of works

Four years may seem like a long time but when you’re renovating a museum, everything is relative. Even though initially the plan was to only adapt the […]
27 April 2023

What about feminism in surrealism?

When it comes to art history, generally speaking, women tend to be quite underrepresented. Creating the illusion that in fact, there were no feminine artists around […]
24 April 2023

Ancient necropolis uncovered underneath busy Paris train station

On the occasion of the creation of a new exit for the “Port Royal” train station in Paris, a preventive archaeological excavation was prescribed by the […]
23 April 2023

easyJet’s CEO warns strikes in France might have an impact on tourism

EasyJet’s CEO Johan Lundgren has complained about the recent air traffic controller (ATC) strikes in France, saying the consequences are “completely unacceptable”. In an interview with […]
20 April 2023

Martinique added to the list of Blue Zones

Yesterday, we told you everything there is to know about Blue Zones. In short, people in certain regions of the world are prone to reach the […]
12 April 2023

Royan’s Holy concrete and more

I never thought I could fall in love with concrete or even find it aesthetically pleasing, but Notre-Dame de Royan changed that. The church strives up, […]
11 April 2023

Serge Gainsbourg’s home in Paris to open to the public in September

Some people have such an impact on our general heritage that they go into the history books as being true legends. Because of the language issue, […]
6 April 2023

‘La France Moche’ twitter account reveals France’s ugliest side

When most of us think of France, we immediately have this picture perfect image in mind of a country that seems to have stood still since […]
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