On balmy summer nights, the warren of medieval streets of Vieux Nice and its long pedestrian thoroughfare, the Cours Saleya, are abuzz with a mix of young and old, locals and tourists. Although this is the largest city on
A90-minute drive northwest of Nice along twisting mountain roads leads you to the medieval village of Moustiers-Ste-Marie, high on a limestone cliff at the western entrance of the dramatic Verdon gorge. A fast-moving
Colorful, energetic, and slightly rough-and-tumble, Marseilles is undergoing an urban revival, helping this oldest and second largest city in France shake its seedy reputation. The home to the national anthem,
AMALFI IS NOW so much a tourist town, with the hotels and shops this implies, that it takes some effort of the imagination to realize that in its heyday it was one of the major ports not just of Italy but of the Mediterranean.