Find out how Easter is celebrated in France. From French traditions, a typical Easter menu, flowers offered, flashcards and more.
Curious about how French people celebrate major holidays? Christmas, Halloween, Chandeleur, and more. Let’s explore it all!
One of the most unexpected holidays in France is November 1st. It is an old Christian tradition known as All Saints' Day and is actually an official holiday in France. All shops, schools, government offices, and businesses are closed, and…
Find out how the locals celebrate April fool's day in France, its historical origins, and why it is called Poisson d'avril in French.
Find out how the locals celebrate New Year's eve in France, with typical French traditions, foods, and revelry.
Find out the best ways to spend Bastille day in France, on 14 juillet (14th July). From the military parade, best places to see the fireworks, and more.
French people love to ask, are you a Juilletiste or Aoûtien? Vacations in July or in August? Find out all that goes behind that "oh-so-important" decision.
Celebrate May Day in France and find out how it became synonymous with Labor day. With a muguet (lily of the valley) in hand, hear about the annual traditions and protests of the Fête du Travail.
If it is La Chandeleur in France, it must be for some crêpes. Beyond the crêpes however, are some rather quirky French traditions and superstitions surrounding Candlemas.
The French Revolutionary calendar (also known as the French Republican calendar) had 3 weeks in a month, 10 days in a week, and 10 hours in a day. What could go possibly wrong? Let's find out.
It is nearly time for Mardi Gras in France, and that means Carnivals! We look at the best carnivals in France, the different celebrations and the ones to avoid.
France may be a secular country, but certain Christian traditions are still widely carried on. Learn how French people get together to celebrate 3 Kings Day. Hint: there is cake.