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Student Accommodation in Paris

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37 mins by public transport to Central Paris
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37 mins by public transport to Central Paris
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42 mins by public transport to Central Paris
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1 hour 1 min by public transport to Central Paris
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From €373
48 mins by public transport to Central Paris
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48 mins by public transport to Central Paris
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From €410
35 mins by public transport to Central Paris
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From €420
50 mins by public transport to Central Paris
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28 mins by public transport to Central Paris
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57 mins by public transport to Central Paris
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Where Did the Name (The city of light) Come From?

The reason Paris is called (The city of light) is that it was one of the first European cities to install gas-powered lighting. It is one of the world’s most attractive cities. It’s recognised for the educational, cultural, economic, and even entertainment contributions over the years. The official language for more than 85% of the population is French; meanwhile, there are other spoken languages from the neighbouring countries like German, Spanish, or Italy. Paris is an appealing study destination for students from many countries for its great work opportunities and quality of education. You’ll see how people and culture there bring out a different side of the city’s personality.

Weather in Paris:

Paris is 45 meters above sea level. It has moderate, cool, and mild weather throughout the year. July is the hottest month in the year, while January is the coldest. Summers are modest, comfortable, and brisk. Winters are very cold and cloudy with rainfall days. Generally, Paris doesn't have extreme weather, and that’s why its weather attracts many people. Temperatures generally vary from 46°F (8°C) in the winter to 77°F (25°C) in the summer.

Transportation:

The easiest, cheapest, and fastest way for getting around the city is the metro with 2 minutes between one another. Click here to check the times and prices, and here for the map of the lines. The Réseau Express Régional (RER) is one of the most known means of transportation in Paris. It’s almost like the metro, but it’s faster and has fewer stops, and it’s connected with the metro in some stops. Click here to know more about the schedule and prices. 

Tramway is another close way of transportation to the RER and the same price tickets. It’s clean and environmentally friendly that doesn’t produce fumes. Click here to know the lines and departure and arrival times. The city also has 24/7 cabs, and you’ll see the sign Taxi on the roof. 

Buses in Paris are operated by RATP (Regional Public Transport in Paris). Go and discover the city’s breathtaking attractions on a bus ride through the popular streets. Buses like the no 24 bus goes on adorable circuit passing by the Seine, the Louvre, Notre Dame, the Musee de Orsay, and more.

Most Visited Places in Paris:  

How does a visit to Paris count if you don’t go to the Eiffel Tower? One of the most visited attractions in Paris. Notre Dame Cathedral became very popular after Victor Hugo’s novel Notre Dame de Paris. 

The Louvre Museum is the most visited edifice in Paris, and one of the most visited art museums in the world has around 12 million visitors per year. And no doubt you’ll be fascinated by the Palace of Versailles for its massive buildings, fresh gardens, and surprising water features, and fountains. The list still goes on, so all you need to do is a visit list to all the captivated places around you, have fun and enjoy, and make your unforgettable memories.

Universities in Paris:

     One of the recommended places to study in is Paris for what it offers you from a very fulfilling study experience to enjoying every little detail of the amazing landmarks and monuments of the city, and the unique culture, besides the high ranking education level in Paris. Prestigious universities in Paris include Paris Descartes University,  Pantheon- Sorbonne University,  Paris Diderot University, and Paris-Saclay University, which is ranked 11th in France, and its focus majors are medicine, law, science, and economics. École des Ponts ParisTech that focuses on engineering, urban planning and environment, management, and transportation is another great institution to check out. 

Now, check the major you will study, the university, and click here to find the best Paris student accommodation for you.


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