Dear friends, we’ll not open America for you saying that Paris is not the cheapest city for tourists. That’s why certain lifehacks in the issue of “to save” have to be obviously pleasant and useful :-), especially concerning Parisian restaurants and cafes which often offer not the very tempting prices.
So, if you find yourself in the centre of Paris and want to have a lunch – believe, it will happen without fail, because the main sights of the city are concentrated in its central part. Food? People need to eat! 🙂
When we face such a concept like “real estate in France”, we can imagine tiny flats in Paris or Lyon, or, on the contrary, huge and very expensive mansions and villas in Normandy or Riviera. In fact, it’s not exactly and if you want to buy house in France – it’s more than real.
Air temperature in Paris is really summer so there is nothing surprising in that city dwellers and guests of the capital want to refresh themselves and swim. Of course, going to Paris, we realize this city does not belong to the number of water resorts – its charm is based on absolutely different things. But, nevertheless, having the opportunity to plunge into the cool water (without buying a ticket for a special pool) is always a good moment when we have a heat on the streets.
Christian Dior. Style, passion, brand, icon, fashion and worldwide glory… In 2017 the legendary Fashion House celebrates its 70. Just so many years passed since the moment when a couturier-beginner had founded his studio which was fated to become a trendsetter and a leader in the world fashion industry.
And as Paris and fashion are inseparable, the city pays tribute to the great master and his heritage. The Museum of Decorative Arts (Les Arts Décoratifs) offers residents and guests the French capital to visit the interesting exhibition dedicated to the famous brand.
After some lull, the prices for Parisian residential real estate has begun rising – this trend has being evidently observed for last twelve months. Current average value of one square meter in the French capital city is almost nine thousand (8940) Euro – 7.7 percent higher than it was in the previous reporting period in 2016.