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Spectacular scenery, vibrant cities and charming villages, FRANCE magazine brings you the very best of France. Featuring inspiring articles on weekend getaways, destinations and holiday ideas, an intriguing food and wine section for French foodies as well as articles revealing the hidden depths of France’s history and culture, it really is the next best thing to being there!
Our monthly language section is an essential guide to improving your French, while our section dedicated to La Culture brings you book and film reviews along with interviews with A-list French stars, and France-loving celebrities. With columns from top authors Stephen Clarke and Carol Drinkwater, the magazine is the ultimate way to indulge your love of l’Hexagone between visits, and the best way to plan your next trip away.
"I've adored France for as long as I can remember, and it is a true privilege to bring together the different elements that make the country so special in every issue of the magazine." Carolyn Boyd, Editor
French comedian Olivier Giraud tells Alison Weeks why his observations on Parisian life are a hit on both sides of the Channel
Radio and television broadcaster Sir Terry Wogan has had a home in France for almost two decades. He talks to Zoë McIntyre about the benefits of French life and being able to shop in peace
During a career spanning six decades, HENRI MATISSE created a vast body of work that changed the course of 20th-century art. Zoë McIntyre outlines his eventful life
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Test your French as Régine Godfrey explores France’s love for tennis in the build-up to this year’s French Open.
Wine enthusiasts can be in with the chance of winning tickets to a great wine event in London this November
In the new November 2014 issue of Living France we celebrate our 25th anniversary with a bumper giveaway, tips to find happiness in France and our insider’s guide to French bureaucracy
It’s not just adults who get excited about a train trip to to the Alps, as Daniel Elkan discovers
Find out the origins of this rich chocolate mousse and make your own with Mary Cadogan’s easy recipe
Food writer Mary Cadogan shares her recipe for tarte Tatin and reveals the origins of the dessert
Deep in the heart of the Roussillon region Emma Rawle is left thoroughly impressed by one restaurant’s organic fare
With a great choice of wine, freshwater fish and other locla delicacies, Tours is the place to stock up on food in the Loire Valley, as Victoria Trott finds out
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The style of property you are planning to buy in France and the location it is in can determine the mortgage conditions you are offered, as Simon Smallwood explains
From the gîte owners who are helping them to find a new home in France, as Vicky Leigh finds out
Joan Jenkins of Actous Immobilier shares her view of the property market in Poitou-Charentes
Having made a spur-of-the-moment decision to buy a hamlet in France, Rain Heron describes her journey from the Hollywood hills to the valleys of Aveyron