November 2016 issue of Living France out now!

The November 2016 issue of Living France is out now

The November 2016 issue of Living France is out now - Credit: Archant

In the November issue of Living France we explore Haute-Vienne, find out that there’s much more to Bordeaux than world-famous wine, meet an expat couple who run a tea room in Vienne and talk to two sisters who made the move to Périgord

Explore the beautiful lakes and forests of Haute-Vienne in the November issue of Living France

Explore the beautiful lakes and forests of Haute-Vienne in the November issue of Living France - Credit: Archant

Haute-Vienne

Dubbed the ‘Lake District’ of France, Haute-Vienne boasts lakes and forests, plus interesting towns that are rich in tradition. We discover what makes this department so special and find out why Limousin offers a better quality of life

Nadia and Nick Wall in their tea room in Vienne

Nadia and Nick Wall in their tea room in Vienne - Credit: Archant

Piece of Cake

Running a tea room in France is the dream of many. We meet Nick and Nadia Wall who did exactly that in Vienne where they now run a tea room

Find out why Bordeaux is gaining a reputation as one of France's most stylish, vibrant cities

Find out why Bordeaux is gaining a reputation as one of France's most stylish, vibrant cities - Credit: Archant

Bordeaux

With a wealth of historic monuments, elegant architecture and modern transport links, there is a lot of buzz about Bordeaux. We give the low-down on this stylish, vibrant, city

Read how two sisters renovated this traditional property in Périgord into a relaxing retreat

Read how two sisters renovated this traditional property in Périgord into a relaxing retreat - Credit: Archant

Sister Act

We talk to sisters Kate and Ruth Guilor and find out how they are leading an exciting new life in south-west France after they transformed a traditional property in Périgord into a relaxing retreat

Plus we meet a champion skier who opened a ski school in the French Alps, talk to experts about how easy it is to raise bilingual children and reveal our essential guide to buying and registering a car in France. There is also expert advice on social charges, renovation grants and mortages. You’ll also find a recipe for dark chocolate tart – a dessert that goes perfectly with our suggestions of Beaujolais Nouveau to try

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