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Roland Garros Paris 2018

Every year, as the wind blows across the city of Paris, it carries with it the sound of rackets striking balls, the sound of feet sliding on the clay courts, the cries of linesmen’s calls and resounding rounds of applause. The long-awaited French Open at Roland Garros 2018 will take place between 21st May (qualifying rounds) and 10th June (Men’s Final).

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Ultimate Paris survival guide for expats

Moving to Paris can be an exciting experience, but it’s always good to be prepared before settling in this enchanting city. Switching from one country to another does have certain magical moments, but also moments of doubt and fear. This is why Lodgis has put together this practical survival guide for all the wannabe expats out there who’d like to come to Paris!

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How to stay zen in Paris

Life in the busy city can sometimes be exhausting, full of noise, stress and constantly rushing everywhere. Sometimes you need to take a break from the unrelenting pace of urban life in Paris to slow down, be peaceful and be mindful of yourself and those around you. These five different places to relax in Paris will allow you to reconnect with yourself, reconnect with nature and to truly relax.

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Our selection of furnished apartments with a magnificent view of Paris

Paris, the city of lights that enchants the world with its beauty and elegance. Many people dream of living in this city and of a magical experience with a the Seine, the Eiffel Tower or the beautiful avenues as a backdrop. What if we told you that we have exactly what you’re looking for? Do you want to live in a beautiful Parisian apartment with a stunning view of the city? It’s possible!

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Top 5 restaurants for Christmas Eve in Paris

Unlike in English speaking countries, the French have their big Christmas dinner with their families on Christmas Eve instead of Christmas Day. To make things easier and more of a treat, many people celebrate Christmas Eve in a restaurant where they can eat France’s traditional holiday foods without having to worry about cooking them. Check out our Top 5 of the best restaurants for Christmas Eve in Paris!

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5 things to do in Paris at Christmas

After being in Paris over the Christmas period for the past 3 years, I can undoubtedly say that it is one of the best times to be in the city. Everything feels more cozy and more magical. I love a traditional French Christmas, with midnight mass and a bûche de Noël, but as a British expat the Christmas season makes me yearn for mince pies and a Christmas pudding to set on fire! Here are my favorite things to do in Paris at Christmas, with a few tips for expats!