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The Good Life France Magazine Autumn 2016

the-good-life-frane-magazine-autumn-2016Welcome to The Good Life France Magazine Autumn issue!

Click to read it here: Autumn 2016 Magazine

Be inspired by the very best of France – from sensational cities to tiny villages, food and wine, culture and heritage. Gorgeous photos and fabulous features will transport you to the heart of France…

Discover the stunning Chateau de Vaux-le-Vicomte, the biggest private residence in France and a celebrity castle thanks to it being the star of the TV series “Versailles”

Find out what author and actress Carol Drinkwater loves most about France – and her secret top places to visit!

We reveal where to take a wander in the vineyards and enjoy the autumn colours.

Come and discover the secret part of Champagne, the Haut-Marne, a department that is like an enormous beautiful garden…

Encounter the magic of Montparnasse in Paris, off the beaten track but what an incredible history.

Meet the couple who are reviving the practice of growing saffron in France; take a long weekend in the Auvergne and Angers in the Loire Valley; find out why there’s more to Morzine than snow and meet three of the most beautiful villages in the Dordogne. And, discover how art is imitating reality in the remarkable Cave of Pont d’Arc where the some of the oldest drawings in the world have been replicated.

Feast your eyes and your taste buds on the flavours of Provence and enjoy luscious recipes perfect for the season.

Enjoy our top tips for learning French and our popular ‘5 minute video’ with five easy expressions to help you pass for French!

Enter FIVE contests for brilliant books and a French language course

Read the inspirational real-life stories of people who’ve made the move to France and their top tips for anyone considering a new life in France.

We have loads of invaluable practical advice on everything from legal and financial issues to property tips and picks from our friendly experts from how to save money on currency deals, what to consider before you make the move and how to get a Carte de Resident.

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