Paris Relocation Service (P.R.S)
Created in 1992, provides a successful relocation service within the Paris area. Saving valuable human and financial resources, we have relieved many large and small companies, world-wide, of the complex task of relocating their employees. Our team of experienced and multilingual consultants, who have also personally been through the relocating process, have guided several thousands expatriates towards their ideal move, respecting their individual requirements and budgets.
Where can you celebrate Thanksgiving when you are an expat in Paris?
Every year, on the last Thursday of November, Americans gather with their families around a table to give thanks to God and celebrate one of the few holidays of the year. They eat turkey, mached potatoes, cornbreads or mashed sweet potatoes. Paris Relocation Service makes the point to tell you the restaurants that offer you to celebrate Thanksgiving in Paris. Joe Allen The oldest American brewery in Paris offers a special Thanksgiving menu that is worth the detour. From the decoration of the place to the chosen menu, you really feel like being overseas, especially with their roast turkey and stuffed with apples and chowder soup with pumpkin. Thanksgiving menu from 27 to 29 November - 50 € 30 Rue Pierre Lescot, 75001 Paris www.joeallenparis.com/ American Church of Paris What's more symbolic than celebrating Thanksgiving at the American Church in Paris? On the menu, the traditional American meal: roast [...]
The best markets to discover when you live in Paris
Doing the market in Paris is a real institution and a way of life. Browse stalls, smell authentic smells that open our appetite or give us a smile, the markets are undeniably a legacy that we can not do without. Paris Relocation Service accompanies you when you are expatriates in Paris, providing you our little secrets is a way to make you discover the magic of this capital and its 82 food markets. In order to help you choose which one you like the most, we have analyzed the Parisian markets from the oldest to the most affordable, the most popular or the one offering the most products of organic farming. The Marché des Enfants Rouges: the first market in Paris since 1615 If you are looking for a lively, authentic market where you can taste specialties from around the world without emptying without a [...]
Discover the best Parisian brunch for expats
When you live in Paris, you have the chance to enjoy the best bread or croissant ever. Let's be honest, this city is full of very good bakeries. However, when you're away from home, you can be nostalgic for our traditional Sunday breakfast. Nothing more normal. We deliver you the best addresses to enjoy the brunch that will do you good. The Cross of St. George Beans, sausages, eggs ... these words give you mouth watering ?? go to The Cross of St. George to enjoy their bottomless brunch. A vegetarian version is also available, and equally enticing. If you are rather sweet, do not worry, you can head to the duo pancakes / maple syrup. This pub will make you travel the space of a meal, go ahead without hesitation. Practical information 18 € unlimited tea / coffee € 22 with unlimited cocktail 35, rue Saint-Georges, 75009 Paris Brunch [...]
The Louvre Museum, a great visit for Parisian expats
The largest museum in Paris is an inevitable rendez-vous for all expats who visit Paris and who want to know more about the history of this city that welcomes them. The Louvre is full of treasures from many eras. A beautiful way to cross history in an emblematic monument of Paris. The history of the Louvre The Louvre has not always been a museum. Home to the French heads of state, the Louvre has long been a place where the history of Paris and France was played out. Founded in 1775-76 by the Count of Angivillier, director of the King's Buildings, it was not until 1793 that the Louvre became a museum. Its exhibition area is 72,735 m2 and is now the title of the largest museum of art and antiques in the world. Collections and departments When you visit the Louvre Museum, you can admire works of Western [...]
PARIS, the capital city undergoing major conversion
The city is evolving and developing to adapt to the future of transport. Improved surroundings, enhanced parks and brand new cycle paths... Following on from the Place du Pantheon, the Place de la Nation is now undergoing major redevelopment and was inaugurated by Paris Town Hall on 7th July last. Work started end 2018 and will be completed this autumn 2019. Works are also underway to improve the Place de la Bastille, Gambetta, Place des Fêtes et Place de la Madeleine. The Place de la Bastille will be unrecognisable with its 1.1 hectares of pedestrian zones putting an end to the emblematic roundabout.
Controlled rents are coming back to the Paris market
As of 1st July, new leases are subject to rent control measures. The experiment will be ongoing for 5 years through to 2023, in compliance with the “Elan” law (évolution of housing, development and digital technology). This rent control forces Paris landlords to fix the rental level of their property to equate to the reference rent scale, calculated by the OLAP (Observatory of Rents in the Paris Agglomeration) and fixed by the administration. Obviously, the limitations vary depending on the locality, type of rental (vacant or occupied), number of rooms and the construction date of the building.