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Paris Attitude is a real estate agency in Paris specialized in temporary and long term furnished rentals. We offer a wide range of furnished and fully equipped apartments in all district of Paris.
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Expat: Getting a Mortgage in France

By Paris Attitude | | Read : 4 min

There’s a lot more that makes France appealing to visitors than just the food, wine, and weather. The country also boasts some of the most affordable property prices, which means that buying property in France is a great choice for any expat looking to make their experience of the French lifestyle more permanent.

7 Tips To Deal With Jet Lag

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If you’re a frequent flier or international traveler, then you’re already all too familiar with the symptoms of jet lag. You know the feeling of stepping off a plane, filled with anticipation and excitement after the lengthy flight, only to be hit with a sudden wave of fatigue.

You’ve had very little sleep and your entire body feels as if you are hungover. You think, how nice would it be if you could curl up in bed right about this instant… except that it’s lunchtime where you are now - hello jet lag!

By Paris Attitude | | 3 min

How to prepare your move abroad as a family

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Going to live abroad, whether for professional or other reasons, needs to be planned and organized ahead of time, especially where there are children involved. To ensure the move goes as smoothly as possible for everyone, it's a good idea to divide the process into certain specific steps. Administrative formalities, organizing the move, preparing the children — these are some of the essential steps you need to take.

By Paris Attitude | | 5 min

What to do in Paris during Summer in June, July and August ?

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Summer has arrived, and Paris has something to offer for the season where sunshine goes hand-in-hand with relaxation, vacation and free time !

By Paris Attitude | | 5 min

What to do in Paris during the Autumn months of September, October and November

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As the weather gets cooler and the leaves of the trees take on their flamboyant autumn colors, Paris slowly says goodbye to summer.

The capital, however, doesn't prepare to go into hibernation, quite the opposite. Autumn is the season of the new school year but also a season rich in cultural twists and turns.

So even if the days are getting shorter and the winter season promises a little less daylight, in theaters, art galleries, exhibitions halls, and restaurants a host of events are getting underway.

By Paris Attitude | | 6 min

The best - and the worst! - about an expat assignment.

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Expatriates usually have this fancy aura around them. There is always someone who knows someone who is living the dream as a foreign employee in Paris, Tokyo or New York.

But if you read the numerous personal blogs from expatriates worldwide, it seems that what is supposed to be the perfect experience can sometimes turn into a bittersweet story.

Depending on a number of things, moving abroad as an expat can be either amazing or deceiving. So it’s crucial to study ALL aspects of expatriation and to differentiate reality from fantasy.

If you decide to become an expat, you will need to prepare carefully your arrival and settling in but also when the time comes, your return home. In the meanwhile here are some of the main advantages and downsides of expatriation to keep in mind.What are the main benefits and issues when sending an employee abroad?

For the company, sending employees to affiliates can represent a valuable investment or a waste of time and money.

By Paris Attitude | | 6 min

Focus on female expatriates: what are their motivations and their challenges?

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Female expatriates are becoming more and more prominent today, as traditional roles are shifting, and the world is changing, allowing for new ways to live and work. While their number is growing, they are not a monolithic entity, and women who choose to expatriate are working either for multinationals who send them on international assignments, or self-employed entrepreneurs.

Also, they can be single, married, with or without children. The important question we can ask is why companies are now willing to choose a woman instead of her male counterparts. Paris Attitude decided to focus on the motivations that push women to choose expatriation, and the challenges they face.

By Paris Attitude | | 6 min

Phone and internet: The guide to French mobile plan and SIM card process

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Traveling or moving to France implies finding a solution to communicate with people in the country but also friends and family abroad, whether it is by getting a European SIM card, buying a mobile phone, or subscribing to a contract. We'll discover how the French system works and how you can choose the best option for you depending on your situation.

 

By Paris Attitude | | 4 min

French educational system: More details about the French educational system

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If you're planning a long-term move with your family you need have no concerns about their education in France as the country's educational provision ranks high among the developed world. Full-time educational provision is compulsory and the French school system can be divided into five broad categories:

  • Pre-school
  • Primary education
  • College (high-school or secondary education)
  • Lycée (equivalent to the UK's sixth-form colleges) - leading to the baccalauréat exam
  • University
By Paris Attitude | | 4 min

American Expats in Paris: Way to make American Friends

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Whatever your reasons for moving to Paris, making new friends will be an important and exciting part of the adventure.

The first few weeks will find you busy settling into your new environment while taking the opportunity to immerse yourself in the Parisian culture around you.

As the weeks go on, however, to minimize the risk of homesickness or isolation, it's important to take proactive steps towards making new friends and searching out other American expats in Paris.

By Paris Attitude | | 3 min
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