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Moving to Paris

Lodgis Blog / Living in Paris / Moving to Paris (Page 5)

How to find child care services or baby-sitting in Paris?

Combining work or personal activities and children can sometimes seem like an uphill battle because of a complete lack of time. Children need a lot of attention! However, there are many different ways to tackle child-care in Paris for your little darlings.
Following our post about bilingual daycare in Paris, we wanted to focus on another type of childcare service in Paris: babysitting! If you are an expat who has just moved to Paris, parents looking for an occasional babysitter or a family needing to find regular bilingual childcare, then this post about babysitting in Paris is exactly what you need!

Appartement location mueblée à Paris

5 mistakes to avoid when buying an apartment in Paris

Do you want to buy an apartment in Paris, but are scared of making a mistake?
Buying an apartment is a commitment and a real investment in terms of time and money, which is why it’s important to take every detail into account before your purchase. In this post we’ve listed the 5 mistakes to avoid when buying an apartment in Paris, as well as our best tips to succeed in your estate project.


The South of Paris, presented by Lodgis

The South of Paris, which contains the 13th and 14th arrondissements, is one of the lesser known parts of the French capital to visitors. But don’t let that put you off! Its beautiful parks, lively restaurants and cafes, shops, museums and famous entrance to the catacombs make it an ideal area for families, expats, businessmen…and just about anyone! Here is our short guide to the best things to see and do in the South of Paris:


Northern Paris presented by Lodgis

From the rizty Champs-Élysées to the steps of the Sacré-Coeur and the sprawling stretches of the Parc des Buttes-Chaumont, it’s difficult to encapsulate Northern Paris in one sentence. In the first part of this short series, we will be talking about the north of Paris and its six arrondissements for a glimpse into the different faces of the French capital.