Adrian Leeds Group
Specializes in helping foreigners find short- and long-term housing in France.
Online booking for a wide choice of hotels in Paris.
Feels Like Home in Paris
Hand-picked Paris vacation rentals and holiday apartments for both short and long term visits.
Short- and long-term Paris apartment rentals. Vacation rental properties throughout France.
France Hotel Stay
Paris accommodation portal for secure online reservation of hotels, bed & breakfasts and short-stay apartments.
Short- and long-term apartment rentals in Paris and other cities, and properties for sale.
Short-term rentals and help with apartment hunting.
Holiday apartment rentals in the Marais and a detailed guide to the Marais neighborhood in English.
Paris Latin Quarter Hotels
Paris Latin Quarter Hotels says it offers the best rates on hotels near Paris’s Latin Quarter.
A full-serviece real-estate agency run by Americans.
Photos of Paris and many other subjects by New York-based photographer Erica Simone.
Photos of Paris, with 360 virtual guided tours, tourist information and more. We aim to introduce to Paris the best way we know how: By Photo.
Online library of gorgeous photos of France.
Coffee & Art
A group of friendly cafés and restaurants in the Marais with regular art shows and literary events.
Literary readings in Paris cafés: Proust, Joyce, Homer, etc.
Laughing & Music Matters
English-language comedy nights and concerts.
Foreign Foods in Paris
Epicerie Anglaise/British Grocery
All the fine foods from across the Channel (everything from Cashel blue cheese to salt-and-vinegar crisps) that Irish and British ex-pats crave.
Androuet selects and matures handcrafted and farm cheeses, most made with raw milk, from the best localities. Now has shops in Paris, London and Stockholm.
Chocolate cookbook author David Lebovitz lives the sweet life in Paris and shares his food discoveries on his Web site.
Foodie John Talbott’s lively essays on Paris restaurants and more.
A World in a Pan
Actively participate in a unique blend of culture and cooking with half- or full-day Parisian escapades topped with a meal in a Parisian home.
A fun way to learn French online, with a daily lesson, a story and personalized correction.
Talking dictionaries and Learn French
Learn French guide: all about how to learn and speak French.
Paris Version à la Français
Learn to speak French through personalized lessons in your home or office.
Paris Alumnae/i Network
PAN, a non-profit organization that brings together university graduates for professional and social networking, hosts social, cultural and educational events, and provides services to members relating to their work and leisure activities.
Door-to-door, same-day dedicated removals between UK and France. Discounted trips. Weekly shuttle between London and Paris or Brussels.
Find out about the musical and theatrical projects of Perry, former writer of Paris Update’s "Perry’s Music Picks."
Paris Blogs & Web sites
Franco-American author Anne Marsella writes about literature, culture, motherhood, and neighborhood life in Belleville on her Parisian blog. Her novel The Baby of Belleville was published by Portobello Books.
Travel writer Gary Lee Kraut’s site on life in Paris and travels in France and elsewhere.
Eye Prefer Paris
Ex-New Yorker Richard Nahem writes his insider’s guide to Paris from his "fabulous 18th-century apartment in Paris’s fashionable Marais district."
Like Home in Paris
The blog of apartmental rental agency Feels Like Home in Paris, with articles on life in the French capital.
Dynamic American Randy Diaz recounts his food adventures and explains the idiosyncracies of life in Paris.
Simply Paris Guide
Paris travel guide to all that there is to see when visiting the City of Light.
Paris Through Expatriate Eyes
Discover the Paris of Parisians through expatriate eyes in the company of booksellers, writers, journalists, wine merchants and restaurateurs who reveal the best of Paris - past and present.
Fashion with a twist. Read more.
Italian designer Carmen Ragosta’s original fashions and vegetalian food.
Eye Prefer Paris
Paris blogger Richard Nahem shows visitors “the Paris tourists never see.”
The original Paris walking-tour company, with a wealth of choices, experienced guides and reasonable prices.