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When you first move to France it can be confusing knowing where you need to go to seek advice and knowing who deals with what. Even taking the language barrier out of the equation, who deals with what in France is different…
Often referred to as France’s 'Little England', there is no getting away from the fact that the Dordogne is a beautiful, culturally rich and historically interesting corner of France. Today our Postcard from the Dordogne…
If you’re house hunting in France, you’ll no doubt have noticed that there are a whole host of different styles of property that are ripe for renovation. There are many number of reasons for this. One is that…
If you’re considering a new life in France, then it pays to know ahead of time what you’ll need to bear in mind when it comes to driving as an expat on French roads. It may well be that you’ve driven in…
For anyone who doesn’t know the Tarn , it’s a department located in the Midi-Pyrenees region of South West France. It gets its name from the River Tarn that runs through the department. It’s creation in…
When you make the move to France, one of the first things you’re likely to need to get sorted out is your insurance. When you sign with the Notaire to take ownership of your new property, you should have your house…
Gers or Gascony, is based in the south west of France and in its official definition takes in an enormous expanse of land stretching from Bordeaux and Bayonne in the west, across to Toulouse in the east. With cities such…
Although France is a big country, globally there’s only an estimated 129 million French speakers. What this means is that most switched on French parents want their offspring to speak another language and most business…
When it comes to earning a living in France, depending on your general skills as well as your French language skills, your choices may be limited. But one choice that is open to anyone who is sociable, good with people and…