Although Soho's 19th-century Little France faded by the end of the century, a campaign for the creation of Little Paris is growing.
Here is a gkibak list of ten lesser-known historical ruins including the only one in New York City–Renwick Smallpox Hospital on Roosevlet Island.
Berets worn at a jaunty angle, Gaulloise cigarettes hanging from their lips, bicycles smothered in plaited strings of onions –
French museums own thousands of pieces of art looted by Nazis during WWII; many of the original owners were Jewish families murdered in the Holocaust.
Discover the wonderful but little-known modernist architecture of Robert Mallet-Stevens; his most famous house in Paris is on sale for $3.9 million.
Visit the "Untapped" homes-turned-museums of four famous French writers in Paris.
France's second city, Marseille is European Capital of Culture in 2013 and is luring tourists with brand new museums and a thriving arts scene.
Ever wondered what it was like to travel in style during the time of Louis XIV? A fabulous new exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts, Arras displaying carriages, sedan chairs, sleighs and art on loan from the Chateau de Versailles, will show you.
Beyond Nice and Marseilles, there are plenty of charming villages on the French Riviera with a rich history and beautiful scenery. Untapped shows you the best places to visit.
The Puces de Saint-Ouen is the largest flea market in the world, with over 10 million visitors per year and plenty of rare and vintage finds to discover.