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2 December 2014
Paris-based cocktail expert Forest Collins shares her advice for the perfect holiday cocktail and the special recipe made specially for Context!
11 November 2014
With the centennial of WWI, we’ve compiled four important sites, museums and exhibits linked to the Great War in and around Paris.
20 October 2014
In celebration of the Picasso Museum’s reopening, here are five sites around Paris linked to this influential 20th century artist.
15 September 2014
Highlights of one of Paris’s recently developed urban spaces.
30 August 2014
Five useful tips on exploring offbeat Lyon, UNESCO Heritage city, gastronomic center and second largest city of France.
21 July 2014
Our Paris docents detail their favorite excursions from Paris, including unique castles, artist villages and seaside towns.
10 June 2014
From Beijing to Berlin, from Rome to Istanbul, we’ve pooled our collective local knowledge to put together definitive guides on how to tour some of the top sites around the globe.
20 May 2014
We explore the “locavore” movement taking hold across Parisian kitchens.
7 March 2014
France is famous, or perhaps infamous, for being a country of passion and heartbreak, of dangerous liasons and romantic rifts. We take you behind the scenes of one of the most scandalous and torrid tales of the 16th century.
12 February 2014
The unique covered passageways of Paris are a perfect place for a romantic stroll, in the chilly month of February.
10 February 2014
We chat with Paris docent Flavie Thomas about what it’s like to lead family walks in the French capital.
8 December 2013
Ready for the holidays? So are we! We’ve surveyed our docents and city managers across the world to put together…
15 November 2013
Our France expert offers tips and suggestions for visiting Normandy, France.
19 October 2013
Our picks for the trendiest Parisian brunch spots of the moment.
10 September 2013
Paris has always been a leader in architectural innovation. Let’s take a closer look at newly built structures by foreign architects.