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Where to shoot the Eiffel Tower in blooming?

✨Champ de Mars ⠀⠀Undoubtedly, you will find numerous photogenic places to take a picture of the Eiffel Tower in almond and magnolia blossom. Start your route from École Military and heading to Avenue Anatole where you can catch the Iron Lady in all its beauty. ⠀⠀✨Parc de Saint Cloud It’s located high and majestic above the city. The perfect place to escape the city for the day and enjoy the Eiffel Tower in its full size. ⠀⠀Comment if you find information under this post useful!

10 Great Things to do in Le Marais

1. Place des Vosges Beautiful park, a selection of boutiques and museums (Maison de Victor Hugo for example). ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ 2. Visit @museecarnavalet where you can go through the history of the city from Lutetia to Napoleon. To be noticed, temporary closed. 3. @museepicassoparis showcases about 5000 works by great artist, Picasso. Don’t miss a chance to admire the masterpieces. 4. Jardin Anne Frank 5. @museedesartsetmetiers is a science museum combining educational and entertaining experience. 6. Le progrès is a French bistro on the rue de Bretagne. It’s a nice place for aperitif🍷 7. @pastavinoparis is an option if you want to taste Panini of Paris 🌮 8. The clothing market @lecarreaudutemple is a lively recreation centre with many restaurants, boutiques and events. 9. Marché des Enfants Rouges is the biggest seafood market in Paris. In addition, you can find a few French restaurants with excellent cuisine🍴⠀10. What would you recommend❓comment below.

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Top places to find an apartment near Paris

Where to stay in near Paris if you want to save your budget? Where to find a flat if you an expatriat who is looking for a long-term accommodation? Most of expatriates coming to France (including me) work for a company located in la Défense, that's why I'm focusing on communities located in the department of Hauts-de-Seine. Based on my 10 years' experience and 5 movements out/in I could recommend a few communes to look at at the beginning. Neuilly-Sur-Seine Personally, it would be my first choice in the list of recommendations. Why? It's a quiet, suburban atmosphere area with an easy access to the city center of Paris (a few minutes walk). It is not far from la Défense as well, just 2 metro stations from your office. Neuilly-Sur-Seine is widely chosen by families with children as the commune is surrounded by parks (Jardin d'Acclimation). It also has some international schools and supermarkets. The only disadvantage is a renting price which is normally higher than in other communities near Paris. Typically, you should be ready to pay EUR 1,100–1,400 per month for a one bedroom apartment. To tell you the truth, all the apartments I rented (3 up to date) were located in Neuilly-Sur-Seine. At the beginning of my Parisian life I even managed to find a small studio at EUR 800 per month, which is not bad for a studio of 20sq m! 2. Versailles Everyone has definitely heard about the place which is associated with the Palace of Versailles. Versailles is a lovely commune with many touristic places, cafes and restaurants. It's also an ideal place to live if you like being surrounded by nature as the domaine if Versailles features forest and a big park. The commune is a bit far from Paris city centre, around 20 km. But if you don't have a car, you can easily get to la Defense by train or RER within 20 minutes. In general, the price for one bedroom apartment ranges between EUR 900–1,500 per month. That makes the place very attractive for living. 3. Courbevoie The commune lies 8.2 km far from Paris city center.  It is a family friendly commune with the fast access to la Defense area. What is more, parks or any recreational area for kids are within walking distance. The price from the apartment will start from EUR 1,200. 4. St Germain-en-Laye It represents a typical French town with a strong multicultural community, which is 15 km west of Paris. It is said that local state schools are perfect places for foreigners due to their international focus. However, the access to entertainment is limited. There are only local family cafes and small grocery shops. That is explained why the area included into top family-friendly suburbs. But you can take local trains or buses that run daily to central Paris. An average price EUR 900–1,500 per month for one bedroom apartment. 5. Rueil-Malmaison Rueil-Malmaison is famous for the Château de Malmaison that was a home of Napoléon's first wife Joséphine de Beauharnais. It's also very popular among families with kids thanks to a good choice of schools and most affordable housing ranging from EUR 800–1,000 per month for one bedroom apartment. How to find your ideal apartment? When looking for an apartment I used 2 websites: Seloger (offers listed by agencies) and PAP (offers by the owners of apartments).

Paris with (@ruemargaux)

Today  we are exciting  to have an  exclusive interview for My Paris Style with Majell who is widely known for her fascinating pictures about Paris. – Majell, tell us your story how you decided to become a blogger and who is your audience? - I've dabbled with photography since I was a little girl.  My first camera was a 1984 Kodak Fisher-Price Film Camera, which I absolutely loved!  Through the years I went through various cameras, never really taking photography seriously, until after my first trip to Paris.  I was enamored by the beauty of Paris.  I decided to become a serious photographer, practice my craft, and share my experiences and tips on Instagram and my blog. - What do you find the most rewarding about being a blogger? -  My audience consists of people who have and have not been to Paris and love the beauty the City has to offer.  It's the greatest feeling in the world to be recognized for my work and to have people come up to me and tell me how my work inspires them to go to Paris or that my pictures brings back fond memories of their visit. -What would you advise people who are interested in an illustrator blogging career? - Create really good content and engage with your audience.  You don't need to buy the most expensive camera to make a great photo.  Go out there and practice taking pictures.  It's the only way to hone your craft. - Where do you get inspiration? - Honestly, inspiration comes to me when it does.  I'm out there taking pictures from early morning until midnight so I find inspiration everywhere.  That's what makes this City so amazing for a lot of artists. - Why is Paris so special to you? - What makes Paris so extraordinary is the vibrant beauty and melange of gastronomy, art, culture, architecture, and history. - 3 most exciting places to visit in Paris. - Sainte-Chapelle, Musee d'Orsay, rue Montorgueil (for the food). "For photo editing I mostly use Lightroom, Lightroom Mobile, Snapseed, SKRWT, and VSCO" - Do you think Paris helps you to achieve your goals? -  Paris is my muse.  It's amazing how such an inspirational City has helped me connect with people around the world who are just as passionate about Paris as I am. - What do you like and don’t like about living in Paris? - Currently, I am not living in Paris.  I live in California and visit Paris every 6-12 months.  However, my family and I are in the process of buying property in France, particularly in Paris. - What is your favorite place in Paris where you often come and why? - I have a lot of favorite places in Paris, but the one place I simply have to visit is Place Dauphine.  Place Dauphine has become a place of meditation for me away from the hustle and bustle. -What is on in Paris that is worth a visit? - L'Atelier des Lumières has a digital art exhibition that’s definitely worth a visit! - What would be your advice to anyone who wants to settle down in Paris?  - Make an effort to learn French.  It's a lovely language! What tools do you use for photo editing?  - I mostly use Lightroom, Lightroom Mobile, Snapseed, SKRWT, and VSCO. *Photos, grammar and syntax belong to @ruemargaux

Strasbourg, the capital of Christmas

If you’re still wondering where to spend your winter holidays and enjoy Christmas atmosphere, why not heading for a few days to Strasbourg? It’s just two hours away from Paris by TGV.  The city is known to be a European Capital of Christmas and once you get there, you will quickly understand why. The city looks like a fairytale with beautifully decorated buildings and Christmas market across the city. Where to stay: If you like being in the city centre, choose hotels near place Kleber, place Broglie or quartier Petite France.  OKKO hotel is a very nice option to stay for those who like having a glass of wine at the hotel and don't mind walking a little bit to the city centre.  This hotel chains is famous for its modern and eco-friendly design, for delicious bio breakfast and excellent choice of French wine during happy hour. Where to eat: When visiting Strasbourg you should try Alsatian cuisine. The gastronomic symbol of the région is the Choucroute. Just to let you know, the most delicious  dish is Tarte flambée or Flammkuchen. Académie de la Bière serves a great variety of delicious Flammkuchen!  Photos by: @lilithmoonlife @skyenvy @brixinka

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