Abode of Chaos
The owner of a house depicting terrorists, world leaders and terrorist acts is embroiled in a legal battle to preserve it.
Scantily clad dancers high-kicking under the spotlights: legendary Parisian nightspot, the Lido has spent six decades perfecting its act.
A memorial to victims of the Nazis leaves Richard Waters wondering if it was a tragedy Paris would rather forget.
Winsor Dobbin dons his rouge-coloured specs and raises a glass to the wine bars of Paris.
Valerie Woods enters another world via a Paris canal.
Greg Burns Just down the street from the sliding glass doors of the Hotel Agora St Germain, the locals form a ragged line day after day at the Eric Kayser bakery, and no wonder.
No city tries to bury its history quite as deep as Berlin, writes Frank Walker.
Elaine Sciolino It lacks the majesty of the Chateau of Versailles, but Marie Antoinette's Domaine is a rare souvenir of French history.
Michael Shmith explores the charms of Germany's second-largest city.
Frank Walker looks at the cities where Socceroos fans will be dreaming at next year's World Cup.
Steve Meacham World Cup football fans will find plenty of other action in Germany.
A stay with nobility comes with more than the room, writes Jess Hill.
A left-wing aristocrat and a B&B with a bloody past teach Sam Vincent a little history.
Underwear ... the French have a better word for it.
Sketch pad in hand, Peter Muir is visited by the muse in the city of light.
Kevin Pilley As Cezanne's home town finally recognises the artist's worth, Kevin Pilley is tempted to do his own cashing in.
Fifteen years after her first visit, Susan Wyndham remains enchanted by Arles.
Winsor Dobbin Former Paris resident Winsor Dobbin discovers you don't need to spend a fortune to eat in style in the French capital.
It's official. France's waiters upset the tourists, writes Peter Allen.
Carol West There's more to the city of Bordeaux than its claim to be France's wine capital.