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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.

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 […]
4 April 2023

Villa Windsor will open to the public in 2024

As far as series go, The Crown is most certainly one of those recent titles which we will be seeing over and over again. To compare […]
3 April 2023

No more e-scooters in Paris from 1 September

On Sunday, 2 April, Paris residents took part in a referendum to vote on a ban of shared e-scooters in the French capital. 1. Shared e-scooters […]
3 April 2023

France to switch off overnight digital advertising to reduce energy consumption

On Monday March 27th, it was announced that French airports, subway and railway stations would turn off overnight luminous advertising devices in an effort to reduce […]
3 April 2023

France continues to bet on the future of train travel

France is investing in the future of train travel. The latest version of the country’s high-speed trains or TGV is the M model, which can reach […]
29 March 2023

The power of raw art

Raw art packs a punch, so a trip to La Fabuloserie exhibition in Paris will leave you reeling, intrigued and, for certain artworks, poetically moved. Jean […]
28 March 2023

Meet the first person to receive 6 Michelin stars

Very few people have heard about the life of Eugénie Brazier, the first person to receive six Michelin stars. Eugénie Brazier was the most famous of […]
27 March 2023

How can I apply to be one of the 45,000 volunteers at the 2024 Paris Olympics?

Paris will host the Olympics in 2024 and the organizing committee is looking for volunteers from all over the world. According to the organization, 45,000 people […]
24 March 2023

The real story behind ‘Le Fabuleux Destin d’Amélie Poulain’

If you’ve ever dreamed of visiting Paris, you’ve probably watched ‘Le Fabuleux Destin d’Amélie Poulain’ at least once in your life. It’s the kind of French […]
23 March 2023

Could these be the best youth hostels in France?

Hotels are nice, sure, but they tend to come with one major flaw: the price. Especially now that the coast of living has gone up impressively, […]
16 March 2023

Zadkine’s stories in metal

In these times of war, demagoguery and fake news, it is essential to focus also on the creative genius of humankind. In these times of migrants […]
15 March 2023

5 reasons to visit Strasbourg in 2023

As in other European countries, France is seeking to improve the environment and the quality of life of its residents in larger cities. These include Strasbourg, the […]
8 March 2023

Paris’ Notre Dame cathedral on track to reopen in 2024

Reconstruction of the Notre Dame cathedral in Paris is on track to reopen by the end of 2024, French officials said on Monday March 6th. This […]