Prestigious Paris apartments for sale on sought-after Avenue Foch Apr09

Prestigious Paris ap...

One of the most prestigious locations in Paris, and named after World War One hero Marechal Ferdinand Foch, the 16th arrondissement’s Avenue Foch offers 1300 metres of luxurious residential possibilities. Avenue Foch is one of the twelve avenues leading from the Place de l’Étoile, it is...

Montmartre – High class village living in the centre of Paris Mar31

Montmartre – H...

With an upmarket village feel and located 130 metres above the surrounding areas, Montmartre, in Paris’s 18th arrondissement, has long been coveted by prime market buyers. It is renowned for being particularly popular with French entrepreneurs and players in the French media industry, from...

Prime Paris property insights released by Home Hunts Feb27

Prime Paris property...

Despite Paris being one of the most sought after cities in the world to live – and renowned as being one of the key real estate and economic centres of the world – prices are currently the lowest they have been for a few years, reports Home Hunts. Lower real estate prices in Paris Paris...

Revealed: the four most coveted prime locations in Paris Feb03

Revealed: the four m...

Paris is boasting relative affordability at the moment in comparison with other capital cities, particularly London, says Knight Frank’s latest report on France’s prime property market. In fact, prices are at a similar level to where they were three years ago with approximate prices at...

Do Christmas in Style at Disneyland Paris! Dec17

Do Christmas in Styl...

Disneyland Paris lies just 35 minutes east of Paris, in Marne-la-Vallée, and, with almost 15 million visitors throughout 2013, is the most popular tourist destination in Europe. An impressive 58 attractions provide pleasure for visiting families from all over the world, and last year saw the...

Why Paris is Lonely Planet’s Number One City….. Nov08

Why Paris is Lonely ...

This week Lonely Planet made Paris the number one city for its “urban renaissance”, as part of the guide’s “Best in Travel 2014” contest. From the development of the capital’s right and left banks to the new floating gardens across five differently-themed islands, Paris now, more...