When mailing an envelope or postcard, leave at least the bottom 16 millimeters (5/8 inch) blank on both front and back. (The postal service's reading and sorting machines might need this space to print bar codes on your mail.)
Madame Duval Some people prefer to write the recipient's last name in ALL CAPITAL LETTERS, but the UPU does not deem this necessary. 27 RUE PASTEUR [street address (house/building number + street name)] People USED TO include a comma between house/building number and street name. Presently, La Poste prefers no comma. 14390 CABOURG [postal code + city] La Poste prefers now that you DO NOT precede the postal code with France's country code and a dash. FRANCE M. Bernard this is a variant "Small locality" format IMPASSE VIVALDI VAUCE 53300 COUESNES VAUCE FRANCE
Postage calculators and tables showing how much postage you need to mail or ship to and/or from France are at the International Postal Rates Page.
See Finding An International Address / Address Search.
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