The Grand Est region brings together Alsace, Lorraine, Champagne, the Ardennes and the Vosges. Wide open spaces and prestigious sites in the heart of Europe.
From the Alps to the Mediterranean, the region is a destination of choice for sun, sea, culture and business.Top destinations: Marseille, Cannes, Nice.
Land of great wines, from Beaujolais to Jura, the region is renowned for its gastronomy and the rich historical heritage of its towns, including Besançon and Dijon.
Exceptional natural landscapes, from the volcanoes of the Auvergne to the peaks of Mont-Blanc, and numerous cities rich in history, like its capital, Lyon.
Bordered by the Atlantic Ocean and the Channel, Brittany is a region with a strong identity and open to the world. Its capital, Rennes, is a dynamic university town.
Between the Pyrenees mountains and the Mediterranean sea, Toulouse and Montpellier, the region boasts 8 UNESCO-listed sites, including the city of Carcassonne.
New Aquitaine is the largest region in France, with Bordeaux as its capital. It brings together Limousin, Poitou, Charentes, Gascony and the Basque Country.
The world’s number one tourist destination, Paris, the "City of Light", is the capital of fashion, luxury, gastronomy and a certain French "art de vivre".
Bathed by the Loire river, it is a land of cathedrals, including those of Chartres, Bourges and Orléans. It is also a region renowned for its wine production.
Bordered by the Channel and the North Sea, the region includes Pas-de-Calais and Picardie. Its capital, Lille, City of Art and History, is the birthplace of Charles de Gaulle.
Country of cider and camembert, the region, whose capital is Rouen, is the birthplace of many great writers, including Gustave Flaubert and Guy de Maupassant.
From the Atlantic coast to the Loire Valley, via the Vendée, it is a region of châteaux, vineyards and historic towns, including Angers and its capital, Nantes.
Prepare your stay and discover France
The quality label FLE, the Campus France Label, the Alliance Française Label
The French as a foreign language proficiency tests and diplomas
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