Paris

Paris is a well-organised and pleasant city for ex-pats. Accommodation is reasonably priced and relatively easy to find, public transport is cheap, plentiful and efficient, parking is well organized, the French are polite and helpful, and food shopping, thanks to the variety on offer, is a pleasure....

Paris News

Hundreds of new phone masts for Paris

Paris is to have another 300 mobile phone antennas placed across its rooftops, after the mayor approved the installation of antennas from mobile operator Free on 50 public sites and 250 buildings....
Paris News

Paris get super-luxury hotels

The first in a round of uber-luxurious hotel openings in Paris, the Philippe Stark designed Royal Monceau, opened on 18 October after a two-year,
Paris News

Paris property prices at record levels

Paris property prices are now at an all time high following drops in 2008 and 2009, reports Radio France. In the last year average prices in the city have increased by 7.8 per cent, making the average...
Paris News

Rare panthers born in Paris zoo

Two rare clouded leopard cubs, normally found in South-East Asia and parts of China, have been shown to the public for the first time at Paris
Paris News

Paris mayor urges caution in water use

Paris mayor has called for everyone to ration their use of water in the capital because of dangerously low levels of two rivers that supply Paris drinking water. The Lunain Seine-et-Marne has fallen b...
Paris News

River Seine to generate electricity for Paris

Water turbines are to be put in place under bridges on the Seine to capture tidal energy. Four sites have been identified that will each have two turbines
Paris News

Paris shopkeepers to keep a vigilant eye on the elderly

Four hundred shopkeepers across Paris, including butchers, florists, tobacconists and pharmacists, have been recruited by the mayor
Paris News

Paris Metro bosses put schedules above passenger safety say unions

Paris metro drivers are being forced to put schedules above passenger safety, say the city
Paris News

Parking fines set to soar

Fines for unpaid parking fees in Paris are to rise by 82 per cent to
Paris News

Lights go out on Paris motorways

Streetlights are to be extinguished on 130 km of motorway and main roads in the Paris region. The first road to go dark is the western section of the A86, between the A15 and A14, and 10 other stretch...
Paris News

Paris Pompidou affiliate opens in Metz

An affiliate of the famous Pompidou Centre in Paris has opened in the north eastern city of Metz as part of efforts to shift the cultural balance in France away from the capital to provincial centres....
Paris News

Arc de Triomphe gets a brush-up

The Arc de Triomphe is to undergo a three-month restoration to each of its four reliefs. One and a half million visitors a year visit the monument on the Place d
Paris News

The 26-gigapixel picture of Paris

The largest photograph in the world, a panoramic view of Paris, has been unveiled. The 26-gigapixel picture, the work of photographer Arnaud Frich, would be as wide as two football stadiums if it were...
Paris News

Université Paris Cité

Eight Parisian universities have regrouped under the new umbrella of Universit

STAY CONNECTED

1033Fans Like
25Followers Follow
219Subscribers Subscribe

Create your Widget

Latest classifieds