Culture & traditions
France is the country where the centuries took turn quickly, it saw the palaces of kings and the poverty, the economic growth and the impetuous fall. It was completely destroyed and rebuilt. It dictates the fashion and presented great people to the whole word.
All this proves that France can boast all that is unique in the history, architecture and art. The french blog of the Centre International d’Antibes France offers you to make the trip and discover the culture and traditions of a great nation.
September is not just about the wine harvest. In France, this time of year is also associated with an enduring ritual: the return to school. On 4 September, after a well-earned two-month break, primary and secondary school pupils – more than 13 million of them in total – cheerfully returned to class with a spring in their step.
Every country has its own regional languages. At a time of globalisation it is important, if we want to hold on to our identity, that we do not forget our roots.
“C’est la vie”, “Comme ci, comme ça”, “Déjà-vu” – just a few of the typically French expressions well known throughout the world
Learning a new language sometimes imply going off the beaten tracks to discover everyday expressions. At Centre International d'Antibes, we always incorporate a dash of fun into our teachings to make them more pleasant but also more relevant to daily conversations.