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Publishers are restocking their shelves with a 250-year-old book by French philosopher Voltaire as his Treatise on Tolerance quickly climbed the best-seller lists following the attacks in Paris.
An internet connection that rarely slows down, is not interrupted and is available anywhere in France from the bottom of a valley or the top of a mountain.
Good news for Americans, Australians, Chinese and other non-EU residents if you are planning to sell your holiday home in France, you are now likely to keep more money in your pocket.
At times we all need to escape the frenetic pace of city life, and luckily France’s capital has no end of green spaces. Read on to discover Florence Derrick’s top three parks in which to steal a breath of fresh air in Paris.
Starting on January 1st, 2015, auto-entrepreneur businesses must have a dedicated bank account for their financial accounting separate from their personal bank account.
Reader Kate McMahon gives us the lowdown on her France favourites
When immersing yourself in a language, the pleasure of learning is a fundamental part of the experience. No matter the goal you set for yourself – CREA-LANGUES will make sure you enjoy your stay.
Even after living in France for years, I am always looking for effortless ways to learn French. I leave the radio on in the background and watch French films so when I heard about an online film festival I gave it a try.
Roquefort is a flavourful ewe’s-milk blue cheese and is France’s second most popular cheese after Comté. During the Age of Enlightenment, the French philosopher Diderot attributed the title “King of Cheeses” to Roquefort cheese, declaring in 1782 that “Roquefort cheese is without doubt the finest cheese in Europe”.
Meet Stephen and Jeany, a couple who traded their former lives for a fresh start in Provence, where their wine is making waves.