Let’s be honest – when was the last time you read a story about a low-cost airline that was actually positive? Affordable air travel is rarely out of the papers these days, though in almost every instance comes down to something unpleasant, unfair or downright unbelievable. From the prospect of paid bathrooms to ever-decreasing legroom to constant delays the moment there’s a slight breeze, quick and cheap flights to the continent are becoming increasingly debatable travel concepts.
Throughout history the French have been renowned for their opulence, culture, style and sophistication, which is what attracts many people to relocate to France and pay tribute to the varying French styles in their homes. Whether you’ve relocated to live in the heart of the French Dordogne or have a hankering to bring France to the hustle and bustle of aNew York City apartment, you can create the perfect French haven in your home.
Expensive fees for texts, calls and data use can ruin your long-awaited trip to France. Here are a few options that can help you stay connected without breaking your travel budget while in France and the European Union...
One of the main considerations for a family moving to France is how the French education system works, and how easily their children will integrate into it.
Started by the people who built of PayPal and Skype (and now funded by Sir Richard Branson), Transferwise makes the process of doing foreign currency transfers (forex) extremely simple. The fees are a fraction of what most banks charge and they give you the current mid-day current exchange rates!
There are plenty of reasons to learn French. Do you plan to use it in your present or future career? Do you want to learn to speak the native language of your significant other? Are you interested in French because you love the way it sounds or the country it came from?
Award-winning author Steven Herrick journeys across France on a bicycle, meeting the locals and savouring the pleasures of French food...