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11 reasons to buy the October issue of FRANCE Magazine

PUBLISHED: 09:08 30 August 2017 | UPDATED: 09:12 30 August 2017

The October 2017 issue of France Magazine is out now!

The October 2017 issue of France Magazine is out now!

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The October 2017 issue of FRANCE Magazine is now on sale! Here are 11 reasons why you should buy the magazine this month...

The concrete city of Le Havre © Rudolf Abraham The concrete city of Le Havre © Rudolf Abraham

1. Explore the wonders of Marseille and Le Havre

We discover how concrete is used in contrasting ways in these iconic two French cities.

2. Follow in the footsteps of Joan of Arc

Take a walk along the path trodden by the saint nearly 600 years ago in Domrémy-la-Pucelle.

3. Try your hand at beachcombing

We go in search of buried treasure at beaches across France.

Trompe l'oeil in Montpellier © Wolfgang Staudt CC BY 2.0 Trompe l'oeil in Montpellier © Wolfgang Staudt CC BY 2.0

4. Enjoy a weekend break in Montpellier

We visit this forward-thinking southern city to discover its modern streak.

5. Dine out in Limoges

France’s capital of porcelain is home to plenty of places that will whet your appetite.

6. Go in search of Maigret

Discover the exploits of Simenon’s favourite detective.

Bougainvillea in Bormes-les-Mimosas © Regine Godfrey Bougainvillea in Bormes-les-Mimosas © Regine Godfrey

7. Gain insight into the plant world

Learn all about the names behind some famous blooms.

8. Soak up the idyllic countryside of the Dordogne

Take a tranquil drive through the Dordogne countryside in Périgord Blanc.

9. Learn the language

Don’t miss our language pages for help with buying clothes and returning a faulty electrical item.

The village of Bruniquel in Tarn-et-Garonne © Howard Johnson The village of Bruniquel in Tarn-et-Garonne © Howard Johnson

10. Take a stroll in Bruniquel

Explore the charms of this Plus Beau Village next to the River Aveyron.

11. Uncover the secrets behind preparing slow-cooked lamb

Our expert food writer shares her tips on preparing this tasty dish.

So what are you waiting for? Buy the October 2017 issue of FRANCE Magazine now!

Or take advantage of our great subscription offers and get FRANCE Magazine delivered to your door every month!

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