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Fall activities in Paris abound, as the city fully embraces the atmosphere of la rentrée with the debut of cultural events, expositions, and festivals.  If, however, you’re looking for a detour from the capital to take in the natural splendor of fall, France Today magazine suggests heading to medieval Provins, a veritable time capsule of […]

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Moving to a different city will typically come with a bit of a learning curve, but moving to a different country is an entirely different ballgame. When moving to Paris, there is certainly going to be a lot to learn. From language, to culture, to simply understanding where things are, preparation will go a very […]

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“When we think back on the entire process –  what we remember most are the fun times of going from apartment to apartment, laughing about the bad ones and debating the merits of the good ones; the excitement of finding “the one”; and the sense of confidence that came from knowing we were in safe […]

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After purchasing a small property in Paris, the question is: can a tiny space feel spacious and grand?  This 430 square foot apartment is breaking some rules in pursuit of grandeur. The complete make-over required a gut remodel, and some of the choices seem counter intuitive. Generally one hears that long sight lines and continuous […]

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There’s something different to love in every arrondissement of Paris.  Each week, the team at vivreparis.fr puts together a small list of their favorite parts of one of the capitals diverse arrondissements.  This time, the team reflects on the wonderful 14th: a more residential arrondissement, with several lively sectors, quaint side-streets, underground catacombs steeped in history, and […]

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Don’t be nostalgic for the much-needed getaways and lazy days of summer.  The capital is overflowing with events sure to make the coming fall months cultural, festive, sporty, and gourmet.  Simply follow the guide LeFigaro has laid out for you and choose from among 57 possible activities you can take part in this fall season: […]

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Tourism professionals in Paris can rejoice: according to figures published by the Paris Ile-de-France Regional Tourism Committee (CRT), over the first six months of 2018, hotel arrivals in the capital increased by 4.1 % compared to last year, which was already quite good. This record is largely due to the influx of foreign travelers, notes […]

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Paris museums, too, make their fall debut in September, and will soon offer various exhibitions that we would be remiss to let you pass up.  Que Faire à Paris has created an overview of what awaits you in the coming months, without discrimination of size or prestige: the only attribute taken into account here is […]

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It is the communist assistant of Anne Hidalgo, Ian Brossat, who announced this on-air with BFMTV. Since the administrative court of Paris repealed rent control measures in the capital, prices soared. And for the town hall, too much is too much. This is essentially what Ian Brossat, Communist Housing Assistant under Anne Hidalgo, explained. Invited […]

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There’s something different to love in every arrondissement of Paris.  Each week, the team at vivreparis.fr puts together a small list of their favorite parts of one of the capitals diverse arrondissements.  Recently, the team focused on the distinct 19th.  Whether you enjoy the leafy side streets, the many parks, the unique sites, or the walks […]

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