A karaoke night in France is a true cultural experience. So you can be prepared, and maybe even join in, these are the 10 songs you're sure to hear »
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Nervous about going to the doctor in France? Find out where to find one, what to expect, and how to prepare for your first appointment.
It may not be the most fun part of expat life in France, but learning to navigate the French healthcare system is an important part of your new life. Thankfully, France’s universal healthcare system is among the best and most affordable in the world. Although the terminology and paperwork involved can be a bit confusing, the rest is relatively straightforward...
While millions of tourists flock to Paris in the summer months, it seems nearly all of the capital city’s usual inhabitants head for the hills, spending their fantastically French five-week paid vacation basking in the sunlight on the beaches of the French Riviera or heading abroad to discover new cities, cultures, and landscapes. But we can’t all be so lucky, and indeed a few of us are left behind to battle the hordes of travelers and oftentimes stifling heat here between the Haussmannian buildings.
What you need to know when Parisians take to the streets.
With the Yellow Jacket protests making news around the world, many are wondering if it's still safe to visit Paris. If you’re a bit nervous about coming to the capital, here’s some local insight and practical information to let you know what everyday life is really like in the city when Parisians go on strike.
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The French, Parisians in particular, tend to get a bad rap when it comes to friendliness. After living here for over five years and studying the French language and culture for more than a decade before that, here's my insight on why tourists might get their feathers a little ruffled when in Paris...
Once a year, nearly all historical and cultural monuments in Paris open their doors to the public, for free. For 2021, the event falls on September 18th and 19th, so we're sharing a bit about its history and a few interesting places you might like to check out on the occasion...