The Good Life France Magazine

The Good Life France Magazine brings you the best of France - inspirational and exclusive features, fabulous photos, mouth-watering recipes, tips, guides, ideas and much more...

Published by the award winning team at The Good Life France

1 year ago

Spring 2022

Discover Paris in the spring, Caen in Normandy and its marvellous markets plus Yvoire, a picturesque village on the edge of Lake Geneva in Haute-Savoie. Explore Saint-Omer, a historic city in the far north that's full of secrets and treasures, and Evian, where Frankenstein's monster stayed! Head with us to Metz in Lorraine to find out about its incredible past, La Couvertoirade, one of the prettiest villages in France, and the UNESCO heritage of Avignon. Guides, gorgeous photos, what's new in France, the best tours and delicious recipes from the legendary Le Nôtre bakery in Paris - and more.

23 April – 1 May:

23 April – 1 May: International Kite Festival, Berck, Pas-de-Calais. 6 April – 25 July: The Louvre Lens, the first regional annex of the Louvre Museum in Paris, will mark its 10th anniversary with two major exhibits: Rome from April 6 to July 25, 2022, and Hieroglyphics from September 28, 2022 to January 16, 2023. Lens, which is in Northern France, is easily accessible from Paris in a little over 1 hour by high-speed train. TOUJOURS LA FRANCE Warm, uplifting and effervescent, Janine Marsh's voice and humour bubble ref=sr_1_1?crid=3FD3QEGDKGLMM&keywords=toujours+la+france+janine+marsh&- right off the page, making qid=1646217630&sprefix=toujours+la+france%2Caps%2C49&sr=8-1 you want to pack your bags and head off to rural France... From Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Waterstones and all good bookshops this spring 80 | The Good Life France

Cite Internationale de la Gastronomie et du Vin ©AAABAgence d'Architecture Anthony Béchu 6 May: Burgundy’s beautiful capital city, Dijon, will open the Cite Internationale de la Gastronomie et du Vin on the site of the former historic Hotel-Dieu breathing new life into 15th and 18th century buildings and creating new spaces. The new landmark destination, a ten-year project, The International City of Gastronomy & Wine is at the starting point of the region’s famous Wine Route which runs from Dijon to Macon via Beaune. Among the highlights will be a gastronomy and wine cultural and training centre, new shops and restaurants, cookery classes and wine tasting sessions, a fourstar hotel and a 13-screen cinema complex. The Good Life France | 81