La Fête de la Musique in France is the day when everyone takes to the streets for music. It was on my bucket list of experiences. Here’s what you need to know.
The pleasure of the self-guided tour I took in France lingers with me, primarily because I set my own pace and there was plenty of time to linger at whim.
A walking tour from chateau to chateau in the Loire Valley of France reveals 16th century melodrama. If those walls could talk!
A sunny summer day in Marseilles. This photo was taken by a Solo Travel Society member exploring the beautiful French port city.
Travel solo on a self-guided walking tour and the world slows down. In my case, I saw France at the speed of my feet. Here’s how a self-guided tour works.
On a self-guided walking tour of the Loire Valley in France I discovered the truest form of meditative relaxation in the simple process of navigation.
With only one day available to me, I had to take in as much of the city as possible. That meant walking! Here’s my one-day walking tour of Lyon, France.
You can travel independently. You can take a tour. And now there is a third option. You can take an un-tour. Here’s my report on my un-tour of Rome and Paris.
About an hour outside of Paris is Monet’s Gardens, a day-trip well-worth taking whether you like gardens, art or simply want a break from the city.
Adding a few days to a business trip gives you travel fun without all the cost. Following a conference in Austria I spent my extra days in France.
Deciding on a French destination is usually easy but I had 6 requirements for my short trip to France. Here’s how I found a destination that met them all.
This photo of rolling fields of lavender in sunny Valensole in southeastern France was submitted by a member of the Solo Travel Society.
Yes there is such a thing as Paris on a budget. Here are 32 free and low-cost tips that will help you save money in Paris while seeing the highlights and enjoying the local scene.
I love checking out street art when I travel. This photo of graffiti in La Rochelle, France comes to us courtesy of a member of the Solo Travel Society.
The bluest of blue sky and the whitest of white snow made for a gorgeous backdrop when this Solo Travel Society member visited Les Orres in southeastern France.
This photo of an abandoned car in Oradour-sur-Glane was submitted by a Solo Travel Society member who visited this memorial village in France.
The Solo Traveler Artist in Residence shares her images of Provence, a place she describes as an incredible gem in the middle of a splendid country.
The Solo Traveler Artist in Residence shares her perspective in these images of Paris, a city that continues to innovate and continues to surprise her.
This Pic of the Week of the interior of Sainte-Chapelle in Paris’ Palais de la Cité was contributed by a member of the Solo Travel Society.
This Solo Travel Society member says that a stroll in la Coulée verte, the world’s first elevated park will make all the difference to your Paris trip.