The first part of the title sounds futuristic doesn’t it? The second part not so much so, at least if you have to travel within France with an autonomous car. Back in 1907, when Henry Ford launched the chain production of his mythical T Model, he expected success. He got a landslide. The car was […]
Since the world economic crisis of 2008, there had been a quintessentially British, quiet exodus of France. However, attracted by a favourable Euro/Pound exchange rate and better quality of life, numbers of British people planning a new life in France are on the up. Is life really better for Brits in France rather than in […]
The annual not-to-be-missed event will take place in Paris at the Parc des Expositions from 29th October to 2nd November.
The reason why people choose expatriation in France is primarily for the quality of living; and obviously, the cost of living
Thousands of Britons currently own a home in France and fear the new taxation which will be put in place by the new French President Francois Hollande.
Speaking French Like any language, French can be learned efficiently with practice. In addition, living in France will make your learning easier, because you will hear French in all occasions, whether you are at the supermarket or listening to the radio while driving! Moreover,
France is a country with many geographical and cultural advantages which attract numerous retired British people. Here are some of the
More than €1.8 billion! These are the investment figures for the renovation of French stadiums for the UEFA EURO 2016 football tournament, which compared with the investment cost in Germany for the 2006 FIFA World Cup
From April 14th to September 11th 2011, the Tate Modern will welcome the first major exhibition of Juan Miró for almost 50 years.
Easter, called Pâques in France, is a Christian festivity that commemorates the rebirth of Jesus. The Easter Sunday, a day of celebration with lots of food and chocolate, always follows the Good Friday (the day of Jesus’ death).