GUIDE TO LIVING IN FRANCE

Welcome to the FrenchEntrée guide to living in France. Here you will find all the information you need in order to make the most of your new life in France. Moving to France is a very exciting prospect, but at the same time, relocating to another country can be rather challenging.

Whether retiring to France or moving to France as a family with children, our indispensable articles will help you choose the right area of France to live in, find and buy a property, give you tips for learning French and explain how to start a business or find a job.
You can also learn about the French school system, how to take out health insurance, manage your pension income and everything else you need to know to make your move to France as stress free as possible. Then you can simply relax and make friends with your neighbours and enjoy the climate, food, wine and the laid back French lifestyle.

Latest articles on living in France

BREXIT – WHAT ARE THE CURRENT SOLUTIONS

BREXIT – What are the current solutions

Were you shocked by the vote?  Whether you voted in or out, I think many of us had a shock at the result of the Brexit. Two months later, the emotions have calmed somewhat but the questions still remain and

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Doctors’ fees to rise in 2017

After five months of discussions the Assurance Maladie invited representatives of the unions “CSMF”, “FMF”, the “SML” (generalists and specialists), “MG France” (general) and the “Bloc” (surgeons, anesthetists and obstetricians) for a final negotiation session regarding a new five-year agreement

Obtaining French Nationality through Marriage

How to Apply for French Nationality through Marriage

There is no automatic right to French Nationality upon marriage to a French National. You can apply for French nationality through marriage by following the the procedure laid out below. A foreigner can apply to become a French citizen after

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Home Insurance in France

Home Insurance in France Most of us have heard tales about a friend of a friend who claimed on their house insurance in France and wasn’t covered. Why is that? Is house insurance really that different to a policy in