From one corner of France to the other, discover the many shades of French culture. Art collections in Paris, fishing villages in the south, lavender fields in Provence—all offer a glimpse into the rich artistic heritage of one of the most visited countries in the world. Check out these posts to learn more about France and the student tours that travel there.

Friday Fun Fact: Roundabouts

The current issue of Time includes an interesting article on the growing popularity of traffic roundabouts in the United States…. Read more

Eiffel Tower cuts light show

First, it turned blue; now, it’s going green. Well, kinda. The Eiffel Tower—which just finished two months of being blue… Read more

Legendary Louvre

There’s a great photo gallery on Time magazine’s website called “The Louvre: France’s Iconic Museum.” The world’s most famous art… Read more

Tour the Tour de France

If you want to see what it’s like to ride the Tour de France (without the grueling training and incredible… Read more

Friday Fun Fact: Bastille Day

Bastille Day—France’s equivalent to the U.S. Fourth of July—is celebrated on the 14th of July. The popular national holiday commemorates… Read more

Eiffel Tower Turns Blue

If you’re visiting Paris in the next two months, the Eiffel Tower will look a little different at night. It’ll… Read more

French and Fries

There’s long been a general consensus that the French chafe at the American lifestyle. Mostly, it’s a sense we gather… Read more

Monumental Hoax

Alleged news flash: The Eiffel Tower is being redesigned with a new, temporary observation deck in recognition of the monument’s… Read more