Removals to Paris and moving to Paris in 2020

Removals to Paris

2020 has already been a complicated year with Brexit and now the Corona virus having a huge impact on the removals process. many people have had moves delayed and if you were moving between London and Paris then you may have found the whole moving process has been delayed. So once things get moving again after the Corona Virus lock down what impact will Brexit of had on Removals to Paris and moving to Paris in 2020?

Removals to Paris information page

Well the team at Advance Moves International Removals have updated their Removals to Paris information page to give as much info on moving to Paris in 2020. The page includes important advice for a Removal to Paris as well as other aspects of making the move to Paris. Such as gaining resident status before the end of the Brexit transition period. How to find work, accommodation, opening bank accounts, driving licenses, education, pensions and lots, lots, more….

Instant online quotes for Removals to Paris

Advance Moves also have a unique instant online system to obtain Removal quotes for Removals to Paris or anywhere in France. All you have to do is enter some basic information about your removal into their online quick quote system and within 30 seconds you will have a quotation emailed to you for your removal to Paris. This is then backed up by up to 5 more accurate quotes for your removal to Paris from independent professional removal companies that can cover your removal requirements. The service is free and without obligation. So you can just sit back and select the removal quote that best suits you.

Save time and Money on Removals to Paris

The whole quick quote system saves you time and money and as there are no home visits you are safe and self isolating from Corona virus. Give it a go and get a quick quote for your removal to Paris today to start budgeting for your move to Paris.

Instant online quotes

The Advance moves quick quote system can give you a quote for a removal to anywhere in Europe or the world. Just enter the countries you are moving from and to and then some basic move details and get an instant online removal quote emailed to you. It really is that simple.

Removals from London to Paris

Advance Moves and their agents operate a regular, high quality and low cost removal service between London and Paris. Many working professionals find they need a good removal company to transfer them between the two capital cities and no one beats the service that Advance moves can offer on Removals from London to Paris. Moves are tailored to the clients requirements with high levels of packing and service to make your move to Paris a smooth one.

Moving to Paris

So once you have decided to move to Paris you will need to work out where to Live, work and play.  Paris has a lot to offers as a city with many areas both historic and modern.

Paris is one of the most beautiful cities in the world, but with the opportunity to live here come many unexpected obstacles or delights that you wish you knew before came to here.

Here’s what you need to know before making the move to the City of Light.

Areas to move to in Paris

Paris is made up of 20 arrondissements. Most people only know the first 8 due to where the monuments and famous museums are located.  When looking for somewhere to live it is worth a visit to all 20 areas, which is easy to do by bus, to get a real feel for the city. The 10th, 11th and 19th arrondissements are home to many great restaurants, bars and concept stores, and obviously pricing of accommodation differs from each area, so this is something to consider.

Removals to Paris and transport

Navigo – If you are going to live in Paris you should get your Navigo (Metro pass) as soon as you arrive. Transport is cheap here, but it’s a lot cheaper with a monthly pass.

 Moving to Paris for some culture

Paris has seen its coffee culture boom over the past 5 years with specialty coffee shops opening up all over the city.  The coffee culture us a huge part of Parisian lifestyle. If you’re more into a quick espresso at the bar, you can still find these in your local bistro for only one or two euros.  One of the joys of living in Paris sampling the fine French wines. Along the Seine River, in a park, by the canal, or simply on a bench in one of the many beautiful squares in the city, you will find the people enjoying the many French wines.

Removals to Paris and its districts

 Removals to Île de la Cité

One of the most beautiful neighborhoods in Paris, The Île de la Cité  has  some of the main tourist attractions, like Notre Dame Cathedral, the Sainte Chapelle or the Conciergerie.

The Île de la Cité is made up of  beautiful streets and squares  as well as the historic buildings to wander around. Visitors can also go to the Flower and bird Market on Place Louis-Lépine.

Removals to Île Saint-Louis

Île Saint-Louis is a small and cosy neighbourhood and the perfect place to discover by foot, its narrow streets exploring are bursting with  unique atmosphere, porches and façades. 

There are several restaurants offering a variety of French cuisine, hotels and small shops with beautifully decorated window displays, all worth visiting, however most of the island is residential.

Removals to the Latin Quarter

A maze of small and charming streets that make up the Quartier Latin.  These streets are full of reasonably-priced restaurants and cafés with terraces, the majority of which are on  Rue Huchette. The  Place de Saint Michel, is home to the towering fountain of Saint Michael fighting a dragon.

Removals to Montmartre

Montmartre can be divided into two completely different areas.  The more bohemian Montmartre, located in the Place du Tertre at the top of the hill,. This is one of the most captivating parts of Montmartre and an ideal place to have dinner and a stroll through its streets, observing the artists while they work or sell their art. 

The Place Pigalle, attracts hundreds of tourists each year with  its numerous neon lights of sex-shops and cabarets, including the renowned Moulin Rouge.

A maze of narrow and steep streets and alleys lead to the Basilica of the Sacré-Coeur, a beautiful temple from where you can see a fantastic view of Paris.

Moving to The Arche de la Défense

The Grande Arche de la Défense also known as the  Grande Arche, is one of the main monument buildings found in La Défense district.

Visitors can climb to enjoy a bird’s-eye view of Paris every day of the week from 10 am to 8 pm. For more information on the admission fares, you can check out the Grande Arche de la Défense’s official website:

Moving to the Champs-Élysées

The avenue is divided in two. The higher part of Champs-Élysées begins at place Charles de Gaulle, where the magnificent Arc de Triomphe is situated, with numerous high-end stores, restaurants, cinemas and large department stores.  The lower part, closest to the Place de la Concorde, runs through a park with imposing buildings such as the Palais de la Découverte, the Petit Palais and the Grand Palais

The Champs-Élysées ends at the opposite side of the Arc de Triomphe, where the avenue de la Grande Armée leads to the Grande Arche de la Défense and the district of La Défense.

Moving to the Place de la Concorde

The Place de la Concorde was renovated between 1836 and 1840 when a giant 3,000-years-old Egyptian obelisk from Luxor, offered by the Khedive of Egypt, was placed in the center of the square.

Aligned with the obelisk there are two river and sea-themed fountains influenced by the fountains of Rome.

The north side of the square is closed with the buildings of the French Naval Ministry and the Crillon Hotel, one of the oldest and most elegant hotels in Paris.

From the obelisk, the views of Paris are breath-taking. On one side, you see the Tuileries Garden with the Louvre Museum in the background, and on the other side, you see the Champs-Élysées and the Arc de Triomphe.

the Marais is a peaceful and charming area full of restaurants and stores. Furthermore, the largest Jewish community in Europe live in this neighborhood and it is also very popular among the LGBT community.

Moving to Place des Vosges

Inaugurated in 1612 to celebrate the wedding of Louis XIII and Anne of Austria, the Place des Vosges is the oldest planned square in Paris.

It has a dimension of 127 x 140 metres, and is surrounded by 36 identical housefronts made of red brick. In the square’s center there is a pretty garden with Tilia trees, fountains and an equestrian statue of Louis XIII.

Travelers will find cafés and art stores on the ground floor of the red brick buildings.   

Visit The Palace Vendome

The Place Vendôme is one of the city’s most famous and beautiful neoclassical squares. Completely surrounded by sober buildings, it currently houses some of the most famous high-end stores, such as, Dior, Chanel or Cartier.

The square was previously called Place Louis le Grand, Place des Conquêtes, Place des Piques or Place International, and is nowadays an example of the opulence and luxury found in Paris.

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