Bienvenue chez Véronique, a French native and Seattle resident for more than two decades. In 2019, Véronique will be relocating to her homeland, France, and will continue sharing her travel adventures. A longtime blogger and travel writer, she shares her passion for the French culture through her blog, French Girl in Seattle. An avid traveler, with a soft spot for France and Europe where she flies every year, Véronique tells stories about la Belle France and all things French, and when on the road, travel stories with a French twist. A French Girl in Seattle reader said it best: “Thank you for always making my French heart smile.” Get notified by email when new blogposts are published on the blog by signing up on the Homepage. Follow French Girl in Seattle on Facebook and Instagram where Véronique publishes photos daily. Véronique has run French Girl in Seattle in her spare time since 2010. If you like what you see, please support this community by commenting or sharing publications with friends, or visit la Boutique, to discover our current selection of favorite French-themed products. Merci de votre visite et à bientôt!
As Seen On
Learn more about Véronique, the writer behind French Girl in Seattle, in this interview on A la Prochaine.
French Girl in Seattle meets popular Paris tour guide/photographer/
The French are easy to get along with if you follow these tips from French Girl in Seattle, interviewed on the popular the Earful Tower podcast.
Robyn Webb, (Paris Made for You,) plans custom-designed vacations for Paris lovers. In this lively interview, Robyn meets French Girl in Seattle.
The New and Improved French Girl in Seattle
The French Girl in Seattle blog was born in December 2010. Read the story here.
In May 2018 we relaunched the French Girl in Seattle website. Discover the site’s new features and find out how French Girl in Seattle readers helped us design it.
In the summer of 2018, Véronique decided to relocate to her homeland, France, after 23 years in the Seattle area and more than three decades traveling, studying, or living in the United States. She will be France-based again as of March 2019. Read details about the relocation project in this story written in December 2018.