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
The fashion is actually the same every year, since Christmas Eve in France is traditionally a formal family party. Most of the time women wear a classic cocktail dress or suit. The outfit may have a touch of originality but should be kept formal, and makeup is worn a little heavier than their everyday look.… Read More
Easter in France is a quiet holiday where families, both religious and non-religious, spend the day together with a traditionally large meal. This meal is typically served over many courses including lamb for dinner and a dessert which includes chocolate.… Read More
In France people commonly wish a happy new year to each other by « Bonne année ! Bonne santé ! » You may also use a longer and more sophisticated wish like “ I wish you a year full of happiness and achievement.” French people exchange New Year greetings when they meet in the street or at work.… Read More