The crisis may be calming but things won't go back to what they were, certainly not for the French president.
Valletta, Malta’s small but mighty capital, still feels like one of the Med’s undiscovered gems. But it won’t stay that way for long. The Local’s commercial editor, Sophie Miskiw, explored 2018's Capital of Culture and can’t wait to go back.
Forty metro stations will be shut on Saturday and numerous museums and monuments won't be open to the public, but Paris City Hall insists tourists have nothing to fear.
Together is a powerful word. It’s one that - no matter what - evokes feelings of love and joy. Geneva, a Swiss gem at the gateway to the Alps, is the ideal place to get together in 2019, and this is why.
The Human Rights Watch report, titled "France's Police Crowd Control Methods Maim People" is calling on the French government to review the use of instant tear gas grenades and rubber bullets.
Our geographically-savvy readers are probably already aware that Estonia is not part of the Nordics (yet). It is, however, very close to its Nordic neighbours, both physically and culturally.
The Christmas season is upon us.
Iceland may have a population of just over 330,000 people (all with equally unpronounceable names) but that doesn't stop it churning out a stream of globally-renowned people. Take our quiz to discover your Icelandic spirit animal.
When it comes to the choice of cities in France Grenoble in the south east often goes under the radar but new surveys suggest the "capital of the French Alps" could be the place to live.
As a collective hysteria threatens to engulf the country, John Lichfield looks at what happens next in France.
Paris is full of streets that have their own unique charm, whether they're stunningly beautiful, played an important role in French history or have a quirky past of their own. But how many of them can you recognise? Take the quiz.
The 'yellow vests' might be getting most of the coverage but they aren't the only ones protesting in France at the moment, with French high school students jumping on the bandwagon to vent grievances of their own.
Whether you want to describe something over the top or no frills, find out what all the fuss is about when people faire des chichis.
Looking for a job in France? Here’s a few thousand to choose from.
Critics will say they have their heads in the sand but many Brits in France are declining to follow official advice and apply for a residency permit.
This will make you want to have an early apéro.
The French parliament has backed a bill that will allow the government to better protect the status of Britons in France in the event of a no-deal, but the lawmaker behind the bill told The Local there are major challenges ahead, not least the fact no one quite knows how many Britons there are in France.
Paris's annual giant chic picnic broke records on Sunday.
There are a few thousand Australians in France and probably a few more we don't know about. Here's where you're most likely to find them.
Paris comedian Julie Collas sets the record straight about a few of the clichés around Parisians and the city they inhabit.
French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Saturday laid a wreath and unveiled a ceremonial plaque at a war memorial in eastern France where the armistice was signed ending World War I.
From abseiling Santas to floating choirs and mechanical elephants, the French do have some unusual customs and events during the festive season that need explaining.