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Expat blogs in Paris

Are you an Erasmus student in France ? Have you ever considered starting your own personal travel blog? 

Take a look at these four international blogs in Paris that will evoke your desire to travel to France and in particular to irresistible Paris, where most of the girls started out as Erasmus students.


The four blogs will provide you with four different guides to Paris, all seen through different perspectives and cultural backgrounds, and each with their personal take on how to get the most out of the city as a foreigner. If you like food, drinks, Parisian nightlife, good student deals and beautiful images, check out these four expat blogs in Paris!



The Hip international blog: Lost in cheeseland! 

This blog is written by an American girl from Philadelphia who moved to Paris 11 years ago as an exchange student. She fell in love with Paris and made a decision to move there permanently. Today Lindsey lives her Parisian life in the 11th arrondissement and works as a journalist, both freelance and through her blog.

Today Lindsey’s blog is much more than a student expat blog. Now she shares everything from the best coffee bars in Paris to all you need to know if you have 24 hours in Paris.



The Parisian foodblog of all times: Paris food affair!

The woman behind this blog moved to Paris about 5 years ago, with a great passion and love for food in general and in particular the French cuisine.

The blog is a tribute to the author's love of food and wine. This blog is a great possibility to gain inside knowledge about some of the best hidden places to dine in Paris. The blog contains everything from recommendations of hip natural wine bars to cheap food markets. So if you’re into food and wine, this is a must read!

In Paris you can also find a lot of international foodstores!



The beautiful international blog: Paris in four months! 

Carin is the author behind the blog“parisinfourmonths”. The original idea was to create a blog which depicted a Swedish exchange student’s first four months in Paris. However, after having finished her exchange programme, Carin decided to move to Paris for good. Her blog changed from an international student blog to a blog of everyday stories of a Scandinavian expat in France, and her life as a professional photographer. The blog has a lot of good recommendations that might be helpful to foreigners who are either visiting or considering moving to Paris.

Find all information you need about accomodation in Paris.



The ultimate Parisian blog about love: My love for Paris!

“MyloveforParis” is edited by a 31 year-old, half Chinese, half Vietnamese author, raised in Adelaide in Australia, and is probably the most personal of the four blogs mentioned. When reading the blog you become a part of everything from how the author met her French husband to recommendations of the best applications to use when in Paris. Every personal story and recommendation on the blog is told through beautiful photos both from Paris as well as from Australia.


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