France Media Group has completed the acquisition of FRANCE TODAY magazine.
First published in 1985, France Today has consistently provided a regular diet of insider news and inspiring content about France. Under new ownership by France Media Group, France Today is being relaunched in May as an upmarket international title showcasing French travel, culture, gastronomy, art, design, shopping & real estate.
The publication frequency is changing from 11 to 6 issues per year, with all the features and regular columns that you’ve grown to love, but with three times as much editorial content.
“France Today is already a well-respected magazine with thousands of loyal subscribers,” says Guy Hibbert, Managing Director of France Media Group, “but we’re making further investments in design, editorial and circulation so that it serves up the best that France has to offer.”
The new edition contains over 100 pages of beautifully designed content. Our editors and writers are experienced French market specialists, many based in Paris and the French regions. Every issue contains news, features and columns covering:
TRAVEL – classic and new destinations, vacation ideas and travel news
ART & CULTURE – museums, galleries, festivals, exhibitions
FOOD & WINE – restaurants and wine reviews, tours and activity holidays
ACCOMMODATION – deluxe and authentic places to stay
SHOPPING & ENTERTAINMENT – shops, brands, must-see movies and shows
FASHION & DESIGN – covering fashion, interior design and art de vivre
REAL ESTATE – market highlights, featured properties and investment areas
Here’s a handful of the many captivating features coming up:
Chagall: we review the hot ticket in Paris this summer
On the Champagne trail: make the most of your visit to this iconic region
Special streets of Paris: where to really enjoy the art de vivre in the City of Light
Aix-en-Provence: the colours of Cézanne
André le Notre: the history of jardins à la francaise
Great brands: the heritage behind famous maletiers Louis Vuitton and Goyard
Victor Hugo’s Paris
Cannes Film Festival
Sète: the Venice of the Languedoc
The popular website www.francetoday.com and Le Petit Journal weekly e-newsletter also form part of the acquisition, the third made by France Media Group, publishers of FrenchEntrée and .FR digital travel magazine, making it the largest English language publisher focused exclusively on France.
Renew your love affair with France
If you are not already a subscriber, please note that, for a limited time only, we offer new readers the chance to sample one copy of the new France Today at just $3.50 to the US and Canada or £2.50 to UK and rest of the world.
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Thank you to all France Today readers for your loyal and continued support!