We just celebrated Easter in France. Unlike in the United States, Easter Monday is also a holiday in France. This means that we do not work as this day was traditionally spent for family time and religious celebration.
Here are the other observed holidays in France: 12 a year in total.… Read More
Easter exists in France and in America but there are a few differences between the 2 celebrations.
In France, even if this is a religious holiday, it is more often a family holiday to celebrate the beginning of Spring. Normally, the French Spring Break always happens around this date.… Read More
First, what is “la bise”?
It is the most common way to greet someone for French people. Even though in the olden days it was only reserved for women, it is not weird to see 2 men cheek-kissing now. But, it is only to be done in close circles of friends, in more professional environments, handshakes are still a standard.… Read More