What to expect from the new Living France section in French Property News
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Living France will return as new 24-page section within French Property News from the November issue, out 14 October 2020, including your favourite columnists, real life stories and practical guides. Here’s what you can look forward to
1. Discover quintessential Quercy
The department of Lot may be less well-known that its neighbour Dordogne but it is just as impressive with bold wines and clifftop villages to explore.
2. Ian Moore navigates paperwork and fun-runs in France
The comedian and Loire Valley resident shares his latest hilarious stories from France.
3. A château transformation
Tanya and Adrian fell in love at first sight with Château La Carrière which they then turned it into a luxury wedding venue.
- 1 What you need to know about France’s Covid-19 health pass system
- 2 7 reasons to live in Tarn-et-Garonne
- 3 Who are the Kretz family members from Netflix’s The Parisian Agency?
- 4 Our next free webinar on French property and living in France is on 6 October
- 5 French Property News October book competition: Win a copy of Presidential Residences in France by Adrien Goetz
- 6 James Bond: How France shaped 007’s adventures
- 7 Stephen Clarke: Lost in translation?
- 8 What’s the cheapest way to pass on a French property to our children while we’re still alive?
- 9 France at Home: 7 websites that bring France to the UK
- 10 Bag a bargain: Affordable alternatives to France’s most desirable property locations
4. A guide to banking in France
The right French bank account for you will depend on what you will use it for, whether you, are in a city or the country, and if you have joint finances with a partner. Catharine Higginson explains the services available to you.
5. Finistère langoustines and Orange and lavender mini cakes
Paola Westbeek samples Finistère’s ‘pink gold’ langoustines in her food column and we have a cake recipe that will transport you to Provence.
6. Budget-friendly ways to practice you French
Columnist Laura Harley shares four easy ways she integrated language-learning into her daily routine since moving to France.