Stroll along the Seine in the lights of the Eiffel Tower, take in the Mona Lisa, Notre Dame and the Moulin Rouge. It’s a good job you live here now, there is simply too much to do for a short trip.
Extremely well connected throughout France and the world, you are under an hour from the Champagne region (Reims), one of France’s most famous exports, once you can tear yourself away from the diverse arrondissements of this incredible city.
Food and Paris are as synonymous as bread and butter, both of which you will enjoy in abundance. French cuisine is world renowned with specialities in carbs, cheese and croissants. Crusty baguettes, slathered in salty butter can accompany any meal in our opinion. Not to forget about sweet treats, the patisseries of the City produce sweet treats that are as pleasing on the eye as on the tongue. Don’t forget your macrons for back at the apartment! Once you have checked off all the major attractions, it’s time to live more like a local. There are incredible things to do off the beaten track including visiting local vineyards, artworks and graffiti, smaller museums and canal strolls.
Every time you visit Paris you will discover somewhere new to sit and ponder over your morning coffee and croissants…we can’t wait to introduce it to you.
When to go
The best time to visit Paris is from June to October with the weather just parfait (perfect) from June to August. Enjoy long sunshine days
How to get there
There are 2 major airports in Paris Charles de Gaulle and Orly both about 10km away from the city center, and a smaller one, Beauvais airport, about 60km away and mainly used by low-cost airlines. Paris is also very well connected as a rail network hub with many Eurostar and SNCF trains to the top European cities.