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April 2017 issue of Living France out now!

PUBLISHED: 12:00 14 March 2017 | UPDATED: 10:35 15 March 2017

The April 2017 issue of Living France is out now!

The April 2017 issue of Living France is out now!

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In the April issue of Living France, we find out what it’s like to live in Lozère, discover a new side of Paris from an American expat, reveal the best places to live and work in France and meet the owners of a maison de maître in south-west France

Lozère

With wide open spaces and the lowest property prices in Languedoc, Lozère is the perfect place for those seeking rural bliss. We explore this hidden-away department that boasts high plateaux, stunning gorges and historic villages

Discover the simple pleasures of Lozère in the April issue of Living France Discover the simple pleasures of Lozère in the April issue of Living France

The New Paris

Uncovering a new side of Paris is at the heart of Lindsey Tramuta’s blog, Lost in Cheeseland. The American expat and writer tells us why the French capital is the perfect place to live and shares the secret side of her adopted home city

We discover a new side to Paris, thanks to author Lindsey Tramuta We discover a new side to Paris, thanks to author Lindsey Tramuta

Work to Live

A recent survey has revealed the top towns and cities to live and work in France. We take a closer look at the top three and discover why they offer the perfect work-life balance

Find out what towns and cities in France offer the best work-life balance and why Find out what towns and cities in France offer the best work-life balance and why

Perfect combination

We find out how expats Michèle and Rob McLusky combined French and English style to transform a 17th-century maison de maître in Landes, south-west France into their dream home

Take a look inside this 17th-century mason de maître in south-west France Take a look inside this 17th-century mason de maître in south-west France

Plus we meet expats who have taken their love of cricket across the Channel, talk to three couples working with animals in France and hear from a gardener in Dordogne. There is also a guide to utilities in France and expert advice on pensions, civil partnerships and moving with chickens.

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