Nice, six districts undergoing radical transformation where you should buy before the end of the year.

What with the renovation of the Pasteur district and Thiers train station area and the creation of a green zone, dozens of big constructions sites are shaking up the city’s appearance.  Here is guided tour of the best places to invest in 2011:

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Le printemps des poètes

  This event is a national festival of poetry which lasts from March 7th to March 21st throughout France with the theme “d’infinis paysages” (infinite landscapes).

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What is Mardi gras all about? Where to celebrate the carnival in France?

  If you like laughing, playing and eating good food… you should go to France in March

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Do you like playing golf?

In France there are more than 600 golf courses scattered in all the beautiful regions of the country offering a large choice to golfers.

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Yet another reason to move to France!

A survey released at the end of last year placed the UK as the worst place to live in Europe, in terms of quality of life. And guess who came out on top? Yes, France topped the chart, thanks to the earliest retirement age in Europe,

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The abolition of the French wealth tax might be official in 2011

Wealth tax, also known as the ‘’solidarity tax on fortunes’’ is paid at a rate of 0.6–1.8% on most assets worth more than €790,000, including property, jewellery, race horses, wine, boats and private jets

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French domestic electrics

Most of the cabling, fittings and methods that are used in the UK are not relevant to or are not the same as the French way of wiring a house so it is important to

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Hunting in France

Hunting is a great institution in France and despite its ancient roots, continues to be extremely popular today with a broad spectrum of people. Its diversity is perhaps one of the biggest things that denote it

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Lead in your French Property

The issue of lead in old properties is a familiar topic to many home owners in Britain, as many of our old, historic buildings are full of lead paint work and piping. The problem is a common occurrence in many older French properties too

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What’s on in France in November!

Although the festival season is winding down and the number of events has begun to subside now that the summer is over, there is still plenty going on all over France

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