The French Show heads to London
The French Show is again being held at London's Earl's Court in January.
The annual event aims to showcase the very best of French culture with exhibitors gathering for three days at the central London venue.
Tickets cost £13 per day to attend the show, which will take place from January 18th until January 20th. There are expected to be a number of experts on hand to provide advice to those visitors who may be looking to invest in French property in the future.
There will be a number of seminars taking place with professionals such as estate agents, banks, solicitors and developers providing information on how to ensure any pitfalls are avoided.
Foodies staying in central London hotels may be tempted by the Flavours of France Theatre. Guy Wolley, a food writer, chef and presenter, will be introducing various demonstrations from top cooks on how to create fabulous French dishes and get that authentic taste.
There is also plenty of opportunity to pick up a few goodies to take home from the French Market. Various stalls will be offering people the chance to sample and buy a whole host of food and wine products as well as other French-related items.
Last year's show was attended by the French ambassador to the UK, Bernard Emie, alongside his family.
"Over the next three days this hall will be packed with thousands of people all here to celebrate the best of France, right here in the heart of London.... I hope it plays its part in boosting our 'entente cordiale' even more," explained the ambassador.