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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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A Guide to Extracurricular Activities for Children in Paris

By Paris Attitude | | Read : 4 min

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.

Student Rentals: Find your Guarantor

Student Tenant

As a student, it’s extremely difficult to secure an apartment in Paris without a guarantor. In fact, for a lot of students, such an endeavor has proven to be virtually impossible. This is because students are considered high-risk tenants, and a guarantor will almost always be required in order for them to rent any space.  

By Paris Attitude | | 3 min

Why Business Travelers Prefer Furnished Apartment

Corporate Tenant

You will need to make many financial decisions when planning for a corporate trip. Usually, corporate travel accommodation costs take up most of your budget’s proportion. It is, therefore, wise to make the best choice when looking for accommodation solution for your employees if you want to get value for your money.

By Paris Attitude | | 3 min

The Five Best Neighborhoods in Paris for a Family

Tenant Expats Paris

Famed for being a richly-historic city, that is dotted with implausible museums and monuments, Paris has so much to offer. There is a lot to do and see in France's capital. It is, therefore, crucial to select a great and serene area to settle in with your family.

By Paris Attitude | | 5 min

What’s a guarantor for renting an apartment?

Student Tenant

What’s a guarantor for renting an apartment?

By Paris Attitude | | 3 min

Expatriates going abroad or coming home: where to accommodate your collaborators in Paris for a couple of weeks or a few months?

Tenant

Paris remains tourists’ favorite destination but it has also been attracting for quite some time a different profile of visitors who settle down for a couple of weeks or a few months, on their own or with their entire family: foreign expatriates who must spend two weeks every month as part of their professional routine or who are sent for a mission of a year or more, but also French executives who are coming back from an assignment on the opposite side of the world and need to get their local mojo back -and a place to live- in the capital.

By Paris Attitude | | 4 min

What visa should I get to come and live in Paris?

Tenant

France has multiple agreements with other countries. Most of the time it automatically grants you a short-term visa of 90 days if you are coming on holiday for a shot of the French “art-de-vivre”.

By Paris Attitude | | 6 min

All about the French “Passeport Talent”

Corporate Tenant

Immigration has been a sensitive subject for decades now. When chosen, it’s either made out of compassion for those struggling to survive or out of genuine opportunism for those with skills that might be an added –value for the country willing to welcome them.

By Paris Attitude | | 5 min

Coming to study in France: What budget should you plan?

Tenant

Coming to France to study is a dream or a soon-to-be reality for many foreign students. The quality of its education, its “art-de vivre” and its rich yet accessible cultural resources make it a very desirable country to spend a year or two while learning new competences from French language to French cuisine but also business, law, science, etc.

By Paris Attitude | | 4 min

Studying in France as a foreign student : things not to forget !

Tenant

A few hundred thousand foreign students come every year to study in one of the French universities or post-graduate schools.

They often come through an exchange program with their own school back home or sometimes decide to come and study on their own like how to become a pastry chef or to learn French.

By Paris Attitude | | 4 min
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