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Learning French - LEARNING THE LANGUAGE Once you’ve made the decision to buy property in France, whether you want it as a holiday home or are planning to move to France permanently, one of the many things on your ‘to do’ list will surely be to learn French. As hard as that might seem, it’s so very necessary. Without some basic communication skills, you run the risk of being isolated, unable to exchange more than a bonjour with your neighbours, and dreading any business that might turn up – ...

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Ever fancied a famous neighbour? France has long been a favourite destination for the rich and famous to own a second home. Here we reveal where you can expect to rub shoulders with the local celebrity residents http://ow.ly/Xaky30cwvmy

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Explore Lyon – France’s Second City? - Lyon is the third largest city in France and the second richest after Paris. It has an exciting past (for instance it is where the cinema was born) and it is famously renowned for its gastronomy. Economically Lyon is a major centre for chemical, pharmaceutical and biotech industries as well as it being a main hub for banking. In more recent year it has fostered a growing local start-up sector. Historically it is one of the most interesting cities in Fr...

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French Regional Specialities - One of the many reasons people fall in-love with France is, of course, the food. How many other countries have produced numerous dishes that have become household names in Britain: from Moules Marinières to Crème Brulée and Soufflé, via Boeuf Bourginogne and Coq au Vin? From haute cuisine to earthy bistro dishes and lighter, Mediterranean-style fare, France offers a range of food as varied as the country itself. Continue reading French Regional Specialities at...

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Celebrity Real Estate - Every year, the Cannes Film Festival takes place during the last two weeks of May, drawing celebrities from around the world who are keen to bask in the glamour of the French Riviera. France has long been a favourite destination for the rich and famous, many of whom choose to buy second homes or even settle permanently in the country. So where are the celebrity hot spots, and what makes them so special? Let’s start with Paris, the city of romance. Continue reading Ce...

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Explore Route of Tour de France 2017: visitor highlights en route

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Guide To The Var - Department Overview – the Var The Var is one of the six departments in the Provence-Alpes-Cote-d’Azur region in the south of France. Unusually, it’s named after a river that doesn’t actually flow through it – the Var can be found in the neighbouring Alpes-Maritimes to the east. It might not have its own distinctive river, but the Var does enjoy some spectacular natural beauty, including a 420 km stretch of sandy coastline, the stunning “Golden Islands”, and the majestic G...

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Exploring French Museums in Paris - Discover the style, architecture and wonders of the French Museums in Paris. Tip - how to save money on buying Museum entrance tickets! Continue reading Exploring French Museums in Paris at 1st For French Property.

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Parks in France - What do you think of when you mention Parks? Green areas in public places to enjoy the local flora and fauna or Amusement Parks? France has them all from glorious Parks in cities to Amusement Parks the size of Disneyland! Here is our guide to the best of Parks in France. National Parks of France The French national parks draw over seven million visitors every year; there are 10 national parks: 1. Continue reading Parks in France at 1st For French Property.

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RUNNING A GITE OR HOLIDAY HOME – THE INS AND OUTS - Holiday rentals, gites, chambre d’hotes – self-catering holidays have long been an extremely popular way to visit France, offering both freedom and flexibility. If you already own, or are considering buying a property in France and would like it to generate some income, renting it out during the holiday season can be both lucrative and fulfilling. You’ve obviously chosen to buy in an area you love, so why not share it with others? Continue...
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