How to pick a French football team to support

The beautiful game. In the last 170 years it’s grown from just a few clubs scattered around England to an international phenomenon with leagues in countries all over the world. Take France for example. Most people will know them more for their national team at the World Cup in ’98 and ’10 (the first for…

Pétanque – The favourite summer game of the French

If you ever take a summer holiday to France, especially the south, you’re going to need to know how to play pétanque. It’s a relatively simple game which is something of a treasured national pasttime. This game is popular with every generation and almost every village, town, and city has at least one place where…

The EURO2016 in Marseille guide

Are you heading to the south of France for the EURO2016 in Marseille? In this post you’ll find the best place to eat and drink during your visit and the easiest way to get to the stadium from the city centre. One of the most popular and scenic places to go out in Marseille is Le Vieux…

The EURO2016 in Nice guide

Are you heading to the south of France for the EURO2016 in Nice? In this post you’ll find the best bars to visit and the easiest way to get to the stadium from the city centre. Take a stroll down the Promenade des Anglais and enjoy the incredible Mediterranean air of the Côte d’Azur with sun, terraces, and…

The EURO2016 guide for Brits

No matter what your team is, international competitions bring everyone together to support the nation. So whether you’re Welsh, English, or Irish, here’s the EURO2016 guide for Brits. We’ll take a look at when and where all the home nations are playing in the group stages. Find out how to travel to the stadium and the best…