Bienvenue en France was created for you.
Bienvenue en France is a non-profit organization, for diplomats and their families based in Paris. It is actively supported by the French Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs.
More than 80 countries are represented in the 30 activity groups led by a hundred French volunteers.
In according with the sanitary restrictions decided by the President of the Republic, Bienvenue en France will apply our activities as following until further notice:
Only outdoor activities or by videoconference will be organized by Bienvenue en France.
CLOSED ACCESS to our offices at boulevard des Invalides.
However THE OFFICE will continue to operate digitally, "TÉLÉTRAVAIL”
To reach Bienvenue en France office, please use the following telephone number:
Tél : 01 53 69 38 00
by email : firstname.lastname@example.org
or : email@example.com
Keep on Going!
Since the beginning of this year, Bienvenue en France has never stopped keeping you involved in all our various activities while respecting the health restrictions we have had to live with.
Our last outings
Etiquette and the art of hosting à la française
“Les petits plats dans les grands – Le Design au service de la table”.
It can’t have been easy being Napoleon’s son!
From modern-day street art to the Middle Ages of Charles V under the arches of the Palais Royal
Once home to the young Louis XIV, this vast palace today houses some of the cornerstones of the French Republic, including the Conseil d état and the Conseil constitutionnel, as well as the French Ministry of Culture and the Comédie Française.
The energy transition: now and in the future
Enough of the pessimism !
Fine art restoration: a labour of love
A virtual presentation by our friend Marie Claire, History of Art professor at the Ecole du Louvre, provided us with the perfect opportunity to discover the work of the Artisans du Patrimoine, a team of experts representing the very best of French craftsmanship.
In the footsteps of the women of the Marais
Their presence can still be felt in the private mansions where they once lived.