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5 Fantastic Tips to Study, Travel and Enjoy in France

Posted on May 17, 2016
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Fantastic tips to Study, travel and enjoy in France

Are you a fan of delectable wine and cheese? Do you find solace in beautiful European art & architecture? Do you love fashion? If your answer to one or more of the above questions is ‘Yes,’ then mate, you must head out to France!

The French land is one of the best countries for foreign nationals. The nation offers great education on a not-so exorbitant price tag, has relatively lesser hassles with the work permits, boasts of breathtaking locales, and has an amazing lifestyle! What else could you possibly ask for?

Education is one of the primary reasons that make France a popular destination for students across the world. If you’re considering pursuing your studies in the European nation, then here we give you five plausible tips which will make your stay in France all the more satisfying, fruitful, enjoyable and memorable. Here we go:

* Apply directly to the French universities. It’s a much wiser decision to enrol yourself directly to a university, rather than going through third party ‘study abroad’ organizations, in order to avoid paying much more than necessary. Sometimes, the help provided by these organizations is just not a necessity, and if you can resist it, then why not! You’re saving tens of thousands this way!

* Students and all you youngsters below 25 years of age are eligible for some fancy discounts in France. Just get yourself an International Youth Travel card and you may get discounts on several sightseeing spots including the Eiffel Tower!

* Consider travelling in relatively smaller cities like Grenoble, Lyon and Cannes for an authentic French experience. What’s more, these are easier on the pocket, too.

* It’s advisable to withdraw larger sums of money while you stay in France. You may then deposit this amount in your new French bank account. This way you’ll save up a lot on the regular withdrawal fees at the ATMs.

* Avoid popular tourist attractions for eating out as restaurant prices here will skyrocket. However, we cannot stop you from indulging in the great experience of such places. Therefore, we advise that for trips to these attractions, pack a baguette-and-cheese lunch from the corner store. Don’t be afraid of dingy-looking restaurants: what you’re looking for is many happy-looking people speaking French, the lack of a desi menu, and pesky waiters. And all the other things would certainly not matter!

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