Whether you’re relocating to the French capital with the one you love, or are looking for a long-term luxury rental in the city for two, we have lots of beautiful apartments in Paris which are perfect for couples. So cozy up with your other half and make yourself at home…
With a reputation as the most romantic city in the world, it’s little surprise that so many loved-up couples flock to Paris for Valentine’s Day. From the picture-perfect banks of the Seine to delicious dinners in cosy bistros, there’s certainly no shortage of romantic things to do in Paris.
Nothing cures the January blues quite like booking your next adventure. But where will you be going? From sun-drenched beach breaks to picturesque city trips, this is your guide to where to go in 2020 and when.
Christmas is a distant memory and spring still feels like a long time away, so February can seem a little bleak. But it doesn’t have to be like this. If you’re in the French capital, there’s still so much going on, so here’s the best things to do in Paris in February.
Moving to Paris for the first time? Deciding where to live is one of the most important decisions you’ll make, so you need to give it some thought. Here’s a guide to the best neighbourhoods to live in Paris when you first move.
Paris is a city full of iconic art, high culture and mesmerising fashion so it's not surprising that when you’re looking for an apartment to rent in Paris, there are plenty with stunning decor for interior design-lovers. Here are 8 of the best.
On Saturday 25th of January 2020, over 20% of the world's population will celebrate Chinese New Year. But the celebrations don't stop in China and South East Asia. There are plenty of places to celebrate across Europe, so take a look at our guide to the best places to spend the Spring Festival in Europe.
January can be a bit of a depressing month. Christmas is over, the new year celebrations have passed and the weather is still a bit dreary. But Paris is as beautiful as ever in January so plan a visit to the French capital to perk up the beginning of 2020. Here’s what’s happening in Paris in January.
Celebrating New Year's Eve in Paris is an unforgettable experience. From fireworks at the Eiffel Tower to cruising down the River Seine, waving goodbye to the end of this decade in the French capital will be truly special. So say hello to 2020 with our guide to spending New Year's Eve in Paris.
If you're heading to Paris for a shopping weekend, be sure to check out this guide. The city is full of beautiful stores, and you'll be spoiled for choice but you need to know where to go. From where to shop, to what to buy, don't hit the sales without it.
Struggling to find the perfect gift this Christmas? We’ve got you covered. From sunny getaways in Saint Barthelemy to wintery weekends spent shopping in Paris, we’re sharing the ultimate Christmas gift experiences for your loved ones. Forget regular gift guides. This is an all Luxury Apartments gift guide.
Like a moth to flame, visitors to Paris over Christmas won’t be able to resist all the twinkling lights that adorn the city during December. From world-famous shopping streets, to iconic department stores, these are all the best places to see the Christmas lights in Paris this year.
Are you in Paris on December 25th but don’t feel like cooking your own Christmas lunch? Well you’re in luck. Many of the best restaurants in Paris are open on Christmas Day and will be serving up exclusive festive menus. All you need to worry about is booking a table.
Paris is even more magical in December, when the city comes alive with Christmas markets, twinkling lights and decedent decorations. If you’re lucky enough to be visiting the French capital over the holidays, here are the best things to do in Paris in December.
Paris is the world’s undisputed fashion capital so you’re never far from some fabulous boutiques and stores. But to avoid having to travel at all to get your shopping fix, here are some luxury apartments in Paris near all the best shops.
Planning a mini break to the French capital this winter? Lucky you. Spend your weekend wondering around the Christmas markets in Paris and discover gifts, trinkets and delicacies that you won’t find anywhere else.
If you’re lucky enough to be moving to Paris as a student, you need to find somewhere to live; and choosing a long term rental has many benefits. This helpful guide outlines some of these benefits and offers advice on where to live and what you’ll need to organise.
Roll up, roll up! From juggling to acrobats and from fire breathing to clowns and wild animal trainers, there’s a circus act for everyone in Paris. Here are 8 of our favourite circuses in the French capital that you should add to your to do list.
As one of the world’s most stylish cities, it’s no surprise that the city of Paris is blessed with a plethora of wonderful jewellery shops full of unique and ornate treasures. Here are 10 of our favourites.
Paris may be the birthplace of fine dining, but it comes as no surprise that it also has some of the best street food in the world. It's common to find international street food vendors rubbing shoulders with the finest local fresh produce purveyors. Here's our guide to the best street food halls in Paris.
For Americans who find themselves spending Thanksgiving in Paris, there's a wealth of options. With some of the best produce in Europe, don't be surprised if your festive dinner out in Paris rivals that of your grandma's back home. Here's our rundown of where best to celebrate thanksgiving in Paris.
Paris is synonymous with some of the best shopping on the planet. From luxury houses, to homegrown perfumeries and designers, Paris has it all. Even better, some of the concept stores in the French capital manage to fit all of the above under one roof. Here's our list of the coolest concept stores in Paris.
Paris is literally a Mecca for all things food meaning it has some of the best pizzas outside of America, and even Italy. With access to the best produce in Europe and Italian imports it's no surprise that the Parisian pizza scene is thriving. Here's where to find the 12 best pizzas in Paris.
Paris is home to the world’s finest fragrances. Whether you’re a real connoisseur or just after luxury perfume brands, with everything from niche independent perfumers to outlets full of big brand names, there’s something for every taste and price range. Here are our pick of the 10 best perfume shops in Paris.
The best way to get a feel for Paris is to stay in the historic centre. That way, you’ll be able to walk everywhere and have most of the major sights on your doorstep. Here are 9 luxury vacation rentals that will put you right in the centre of the action.
As one of the most beautiful cities in the world, blessed with iconic landmarks at every turn, Paris makes a stunning backdrop for wedding photos. Discover 5 locations in the city of the love that will take your breath away.
Paris boasts a number of beautiful ice skating rinks that both kids and adults will love. So twirl around the capital this winter on one of the city’s best ice skating rinks. Just remember to wrap up warm.
Instead of staying in a hotel this Christmas, spend your holidays in one of these luxury vacation rentals in Paris. You’ll be able to cosy up by the fire and enjoy Christmas morning in your home away from home.
Nowhere in the world is as synonymous with romance as Paris is. Considering its status as the city of love, it’s a beautiful place to tie the knot, so read our guide to unique wedding venues in Paris for some inspiration for your big day.
If your idea of a good time is ghost stories and ghoulish tales then you’ll have plenty to do and see in Paris over Halloween. The French capital is steeped in history, some of it pretty gory, which means there are plenty of haunted sights to see. Not for the faint hearted.
Once November rolls around, there’s a definite chill in the air and it’s the perfect time to get cozy in bustling bistros drinking hot chocolate, or explore one of the many museums in the city. Discover our guide to the best things to do in Paris in November and enjoy the capital as it warms up for Christmas.
Moving to Paris? Having a basic knowledge of your tenant rights before signing can save you in the long term. Fortunately, the French legal system is very pro-tenant, so most of the time the law should be on your side. Here’s everything you need to know about your tenant rights when living in Paris.
Whether you’ve landed your dream job, or are just daydreaming of moving cities, relocating to Paris can be one of the most exciting moves you will ever make. But moving there can also be a stressful and confusing period. Not to worry, here’s our move-in checklist to get you settled in, no matter what stage of the move you’re at.
No one nails winter dressing quite like the Parisians. The locals somehow manage to look chic and put together even when the temperature drops, accessorising their cold-weather looks to perfection. Here’s our guide to dressing like a Parisian in winter to help you fit in when it’s hovering around zero.
Now that autumn is in full swing, it’s time to enjoy some seasonal activities. Cosy up with hot chocolate and crepes or catch an exhibition at one of Paris’s word-class galleries. You’re spoilt for choice.
Being a new parent in any city brings a whole new set of challenges which you’ll never have experienced, so our guide to navigating Paris with a new born might help you out. From baby-friendly activities to places to eat with children, new parents take note.
Moving anywhere new can be daunting, with new customs and traditions to learn. You’ll pick them up as the years go by, but it’s also good to prepare yourself before you arrive. So here are some Parisian customs and traditions that the guide books don’t tell you about.
As the second most-visited tourist attraction in the world, Disneyland Paris is on the bucket list of many travellers, and not just the little ones. Read our guide to planning the perfect weekend at Disneyland Paris and get acquainted with Mickey Mouse.
As people become more and more environmentally conscious, they’re eschewing air travel in favour of trains and no train is more convenient for European vacations than the Eurostar International Limited. So here’s our guide to where to go this summer, using train travel only.
With summer drawing to a close and autumn looming, keep busy with our list of things to do in Paris in September. From shopping events to cultural happenings, these are the most exciting things going on in the French capital.
It’s August and Paris is in shutdown, with most residents fleeing for the coast. If you’re stuck in the city though, or perhaps just visiting, then you might need some tips for looking cool when you feel anything but. The rest of the world has an obsession with Parisian style and when the temperatures soar in the city, Parisian women continue to look impeccable so here are some tips for looking chic in the heat.
When you first move to France, the supermarkets can be overwhelming, with new brands to choose from and so much choice. That’s why we’ve created a guide to the best places for your grocery shopping in Paris, including some organic stores. Get your shopping basket ready…
Parisians are known for their impeccable style and if you’re moving to Paris you might want to give your wardrobe a French-style overhaul. Here are 6 of our favourite fashion trends to help you dress like a Parisian come fall.
Plenty of shops in Paris specialise in design and interiors, so furnishing your home in Paris when you relocate will be no problem. There are second hand shops for those looking for something unique and large department stores selling everything from beds to dining tables. Here are some of our favourite furniture shops in Paris.
Whether you’re a family moving to the French capital looking for a place to educate your children or a mature student hoping to extend your studies, Paris is full of world-class international schools. Here are 8 of the best.
Paris is a foodies paradise and doing your grocery shopping in the French capital can be a thing of wonder. Bypass the supermarkets and seek out one of these farmer’s markets that sell everything from specialty cheese to fruit and veg.
Paris is one of the best student cities in the world with over 300,000 international students moving here to study every year. Navigating the French education system can be confusing though, so we’ve written a handy guide to the top 10 best universities in Paris.
Moving to a new city is daunting but once you’re set up with the essentials, life gets easier. One of these essentials is opening a bank account. This should be one of the first things you do when you arrive, so here’s our guide to opening a bank account in Paris.
You might see tourists whizzing around on Segways, but you’d never catch a real Parisian on ones of those. If you’re relocating to the French capital, here’s our guide to getting around like a local.
Paris is a beautiful city and for the most part, it’s incredibly safe. You’ll likely feel at home as soon as you arrive and you can get out and spend weeks exploring new neighbourhoods and iconic attractions. From where to live to where to eat, we’ve got a few tips that might come in handy for solo females moving to Paris.
Upping sticks and moving to a new city can be nerve-wracking at the best of times, but when you factor into that a family and children, it can seem even more daunting. But it doesn’t need to be. Here’s our guide to where to live as an expat family new to the French capital.
The women’s world cup is one of the biggest sporting events in the world and the 2019 instalment has been held in stadiums across France. Many of the matches are taking place in Paris at the famous Parc des Princes Stadium so here’s an insider’s guide to visiting the city for the football tournament.
Gare du Nord is one of the major transport hubs in Paris, making the surrounding area a convenient place to base yourself on a weekend trip. The charming Montmartre district and the achingly hip Canal Saint Martin are both a stone’s throw away, so you’re spoilt for choice.
People all over the world dream of waking up to a view of the Eiffel Tower in the city of love. But for you, it doesn’t need to be a dream. We’ve put together a list of beautiful apartments in Paris France that overlook the iconic Tour Eiffel.
From kissing on both cheeks and eating dinner at 10pm to having strong opinions on croissants and turning off your computer for the whole month of August, these are the things that mean you’re a real Parisian…
Away from the hustle and bustle of the boulevards and museums, Paris is home to a maze of covered passageways. Built in the 19th Century these charming passages feature mosaic floors and stained glass ceilings. Spend a day exploring their boutiques and cafes and stay dry whatever the weather.
The world has been on royal baby watch for the past month, and it’s finally time to hang out the bunting, because the royal baby Sussex has arrived. To celebrate the birth we’ve put together a list of baby-friendly activities for Meghan, Duchess of Sussex and Prince Harry and other new parents.
When you’ve seen all the sights and eaten all the crepes, your next activity should be exploring Paris’s many bookshops. From second hand treasure troves to design-focused hang outs, these are the bookshops in Paris that you shouldn’t miss.
Paris is home to some of the most beautiful parks in Europe and we’ve picked the best for you to explore. Pack a picnic (with French cheese of course) and find a shaded spot in one of these delightful outdoor spaces.
From its classical bistros to world famous monuments and art galleries, there’s so much to enjoy in Paris. To make your trip as enjoyable as possible we’ve found 11 of the best luxury apartments in Paris to rent that will make sure your stay is unforgettable.
Take a look back at the Notre Dame’s most famous moments, dive into its rich and complicated past and discover what it represents to generations of Parisians. And as the world mourns the iconic building, we discuss how it will be rebuilt.
Spring in Paris sees the city parks burst into flower and the already beautiful streets become lined with blossoms. The weather can still be unpredictable though, so we’ve put together a guide to enjoying Paris whatever the temperature.
There’s more to a Parisian breakfast than croissants and coffee, and we’ve found the best breakfast options in the capital for the the most important meal of the day. You’ll need the energy for all the sightseeing and shopping you’ll be doing.
The French are famous for their croissants and it can be hard to navigate the French capital to find the most delicious. Lucky for you, we’ve done all the hard work and found the best bakeries in Paris for getting your fix.
Discover the 10 best places for coffee in Paris with our indispensable list. Whether you need a quick pit stop while you’re shopping in the city’s stylish boutiques or want to while away an afternoon people watching, these are the cafes you need to know about.
Make Paris your home on a long term basis with our luxury long term apartment rentals in the French capital.
Exchange your money with the best rates in the French capital with the help of our guide to the best places to get your euros in Paris.
Indulge in the most delicious hot chocolates in the capital with our guide to the best hot chocolate in Paris.
Eat your way around the French capital with our list of the best places to get a traditional (and not so traditional) crepe.
The Yellow Vest Riots have left some people feeling wary, but the city is as safe as ever and they only impact a tiny part of the city for one afternoon a week.
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Summer fun is all out in Paris in July. The sun is high and the weather is warm. Everybody seems to be in a lighter mood. But while a majority of the locals pack up and drive down to the beach or the countryside for their summer vacations, the city itself comes alive with plenty of wild activities to engage in.
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This All Luxury Apartment blog post will serve as a guide when you’re visiting the world-famous Louvre museum. This blog posts contains details about the famous Parisian attraction, and it prepares you on your visit to the stunning museum that is not only famous in Paris but the whole world as well.
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