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There are many iconic films set in Paris: from Amélie, to an American in Paris all the way through to Pixar’s family favourite, Ratatouille. Over the years, many great movie stars like Audrey Hepburn and Owen Wilson have graced the city’s streets, and it’s no...
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When it comes to furnished rentals, Lodgis offers landlords and tenants three different types of contract: the Primary Residence lease, the Secondary Residence lease , and the Mobility lease (or ‘Bail Mobilité’). Under these furnished rental contracts, it’s possible to rent for anywhere from one...
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There is so much to discover in Paris, it’s hard to know where to start – sometimes, you just need to take it one neighborhood at a time. In this guide, we will present to you the 4th arrondissement, made up of part of the...
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Paris is a city full of secrets, from underground catacombs to hidden bars, and its history is no exception. Did you know that in Roman times, the city was called Lutetia? Whether you’re a Paris aficionado or you’re yet to pay a visit, here are...
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Are you looking for a furnished apartment in Paris, and wondering where to start? Starting an apartment hunt can be a daunting process, but Lodgis is here to make things simple. Whether you’re looking for a studio or a family home, here is our advice...
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There is so much going on in the centre of Paris that the surrounding suburbs can often be overlooked. But, with excellent transport links into the centre, and boasting generally larger, cheaper and more peaceful properties, more and more people are choosing to live outside...
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This May sees a new selection of exhibitions and events come to Paris, to add to what has already been an exciting year for art in the city. As well as many events from February, March and April continuing throughout the month, such as the...
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Easter: the holiday that provides the perfect excuse to buy and consume chocolate in the name of tradition. Whether you’re planning an Easter egg hunt for the children, want to discover the best hot chocolate in Paris or looking for the finest Easter egg money...
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Paris hasn’t always been a home of speciality coffee: traditionally the French prefer to drink their coffee in the form of an espresso while sat outside a pavement cafe. However, in recent years, the coffee trend that started in New Zealand and Australia has made...
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For British expats living in France, Brexit is especially stressful. With so many unanswered questions, it’s hard to know what to expect. Will you still be able to live and work in Europe without a visa? Can you still access free healthcare? Will you have...
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