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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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What to do during the European Heritage Day!

By Paris Attitude | | Read : 3 min

European Heritage Day is the ideal way for you to discover France’s beautiful treasures. From 21 to 22 September, many of the castles, museums, monuments, theaters, cinemas, and various other cultural places open their doors to the public for free. If ever there was a time to enjoy guided tours, workshops, exhibitions, and beautiful animations, it is now!

A Guide to Extracurricular Activities for Children in Paris

Practical-information Living in Paris

Like many aspects of your expat life in Paris, you will probably encounter a number of differences between the French school system and education in other countries. One major departure is that most schools in France are only open for four (or four and a half) days per week, with Wednesdays being either a half-day or completely free. As such, the French curriculum revolves around more educational subjects, with little time dedicated to athletics and the arts.

By Paris Attitude | | 3 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

Who are the impatriates in France ?

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While the term impatriate can be used to refer to anyone who works outside of their country of origin, in its professional context, it indicates a situation where a corporation brings in foreign employees to work in the company. It’s meant to indicate which direction the transfer is made.

By Paris Attitude | | 4 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

Medical tourism: French treatments and innovations

Practical-information Living in Paris

France has long been a very popular travel destination, as foreigners from all around the world are attracted by its renowned culture, gastronomy, and heritage, but they are also increasingly interested in the leading-edge medical treatments they can receive in the country.

France is indeed a major player in terms of research, innovation and technology, and offers several health specializations. Paris Attitude examines the rising popularity of medical tourism in France, with a study of the reasons explaining this attraction, followed by a presentation of some of the most impressive medical innovations by French doctors in the past few years.

By Paris Attitude | | 4 min

Learning another language : why French is easy to learn

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Paris is one of the most romantic cities in the world, the French have a definite cultural elegance and their language is certainly the language of romance so why do so many people consider it a hard language to learn?

Although French isn't the most common language in the world, it is spoken by over 200 million people on five continents so learning French will not only help you settle into Parisian life but open doors across the globe.

By Paris Attitude | | 9 min

Paris & safety : safe districts for foreigners and students in 2018

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Is it dangerous to live in Paris? Many Parisians would probably laugh in your face if asked the question.

By Paris Attitude | | 8 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

Long stay in Paris: How to open a French bank account ?

Practical-information Living in Paris

If you are moving to France and planning on staying for more than just a holiday or short work placement you will need to open a French bank account. Indeed, if you wish to rent a property, having a bank account is obligatory.

Moving to any new country presents a bureaucratic or financial challenge, especially when different and unfamiliar languages and currencies are involved. With a little planning and preparation, however, you will soon have your new French bank account set up and ready to use.

By Paris Attitude | | 7 min
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