Is France a good place to raise children?

Is France a good place to raise children?

Nevertheless, France is still hailed as one of the most family friendly countries in the world with its high consideration for arts and culture.

Where do most families live in France?

The top ten cities for families, according to the magazine, are:

  • Bordeaux (Nouvelle-Aquitaine)
  • Toulouse (Occitanie)
  • Lyon (Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes)
  • Nantes (‎Pays de la Loire)
  • Bayonne (Nouvelle-Aquitaine)
  • Rennes (Brittany)
  • Angers (Pays de la Loire)
  • Strasbourg (Grand Est)

Which country is best for raising a family?

Denmark. #1 in Raising Children Rankings.

  • Sweden. #2 in Raising Children Rankings.
  • Norway. #3 in Raising Children Rankings.
  • Netherlands. #4 in Raising Children Rankings.
  • Canada. #5 in Raising Children Rankings.
  • Finland. #6 in Raising Children Rankings.
  • Switzerland. #7 in Raising Children Rankings.
  • New Zealand.
  • Where is the safest place to live in France?

    The safest place in mainland France is the city Rodez in the department Aveyron, north of Toulouse. There, 8 627 crimes and offences were recorded in 2019 for a population of 275,063.

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    Where in France are people friendly?

    A warm welcome Lille has emerged as a commercial and cultural capital to be reckoned with, while at the same time retaining its tolerance and sense of humour that earned it first place as France’s friendliest city, according to the tongue-in-cheek ranking of travel site Topito.

    Where do most Brits retire to in France?

    There are over 200,000 British expats living in France, with the Ile-de-France region, which includes Paris, being the most popular place for them to live, with over 20,000 Brits residing there. The modern translation for the region is ‘Island of France’ and it’s easy to see why.