Overview of well maintained blogs about France

Jos Deuling,  Sunday, 18 November 2018

 

I check this overview each month for broken links and not maintained blogs. I hope you will find this overview useful and up to date!

Last updated on November 18th, 2018.

Paris

: I've been experiencing the joys of Paris since the ripe old age of eleven.
: an ex-New Yorker’s insider’s guide to Paris. Fashion, Exhibitions, Cooking.
: talking about different well known or more secrete sites in Paris.
: I’m interested in what they don’t tell you in guidebooks. I like gritty.
: always on the lookout for interesting things to do in Paris and the surrounding region
: ideas and impressions from Paris.
: my musings, my ideas, Paris fashion, places I love, things I test, things I taste, travel tips, inspirations and more…
: I’m a Paris-loving graphic designer with a visual mind, love of travel and desire to explore the everyday world.
: a celebration of the parts of Paris that would be refused entry to the ville musée if they tried to get in today.
: Secrets of Paris is an insider’s guide for English- speaking Parisians and those who visit regularly
: For the last five years on this site, I’ve covered some not-so-cliché topics, uncovered new trends, shared my travels, and introduced you to an inspiring group of Francophiles.
: Don’t get us wrong—we love the Eiffel Tower as much as anyone. But there’s so much more to Paris than its iconic monuments and well-known sites.

Expat

: Helping Americans and other expats adjust to life in France.

Food

: stories about the delicious regional food and wine from around France, recipes of my favorite sweet and savory dishes, photos of the stunning scenery.
: focus on fresh, colorful, and seasonal foods, making room for both wholesome, nourishing dishes and sweet treats. and sweet treats.
: I write about my life in the French capital, the good and not-so-great. If you’re looking for stories about shopping for shoes or handbags, strolling on the Left Bank, drinking a €7 café crème on the Champs Elysées, taking a boat down the Seine, or falling in love with a Frenchman and living happily ever after, there are lots of good books and blogs which cover those subjects much better than I do.
: I'm writing this blog to let my friends follow along on my journey to learn more about wine. I quit my job in March 2015 and decided to move to Bordeaux to start a Masters of Vineyard and Winery Management program in Fall 2015. Join me on my wine adventures!
: a very hungry website about food and wine in Paris. We also lead small-group food tours.
: Hungry for Paris. Guide to Great Eating in Paris.
: Béatrice Peltre Food Writer, stylist & photographer. Author of “La Tartine Gourmande: Recipes for an Inspired Life”.
: recipes, and memories, of the kind of French- American fusion on which I grew up, to reverse the idea that so many of us have that French food is hard and complicated.
: Wine discovery, wine tasting and vineyards in France.

Language

: A fun way to improve your French! On tuesdays, wednesdays and thursdays.
: Serving you a daily thrice- weekly slice of French life

Living in France

: A British writer's life in southwest France
: Helping Americans and other expats adjust to life in France.

Travel

: An avid traveler, with a soft spot for France and Europe where she flies every year, Véronique tells stories about la Belle France, and all things French; and when on the road, travel stories with a French twist.
: A blog about life in a rural French Village, education, cycling, gardening, cooking and reviewing books set in France.

Brittany

: Brittany Walks has been based in Brittany, France since 2004. It offers guided visits to places of interest and walks to discover the landscape and history of the region.

Burgundy

: I’ve lived in the French countryside in southern Burgundy since 2003 with my husband Ron and our cat, Domino.
: Informative blog about living among the French in Burgundy
: Living, eating, and drinking in Burgundy

Loire

: I blog 3 times a week, including insights into living in France and the places I travel to, a weekly bloggers’ round-up and reflections on the French language in Friday’s French.

Midi-Pyrénées

: A native of Olympia, Washington, I’ve been raising a dual national family and teaching English in France for 24 years.

Provence

: French Lessons will unpack the story of everyday, French life from a semi-foreign, semi-local point of view, hopefully educating and entertaining along the way.
: A South of France blog
: Everything I love about Provence, especially the Luberon
: As the only one in my circle of friends that reads the Nice- Matin every day, I always end up being the go-to gal for local info. Finally I decided to just put it in a blog.
: Provence Post, published since late 2008, is designed to celebrate all that is special about the South of France.
: Provence food, travel and lifestyle magazine
: CuriousProvence is about living and experiencing Provence as an anglo abroad.

Politics

: an American observer comments on French politics.

Book reviews

: Passionate about everything French: life in Poitou-Charentes, cycling in France, food in France, travel in France and book reviews on a French theme.




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