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MADRID: The smartest Spanish city

Living By 12 agosto, 2017 No Comments

Madrid is Spain’s highest-placed city in the fourth edition of IESE’s Cities in Motion Index (CIMI), climbing three positions in the period analyzed (2014-16) and standing out in the dimension of Mobility and Transportation, in 6th place, and in International Impact at 15th. Barcelona has dropped overall to 35th from 2014, but it is the best-placed city for International Impact, ranking 4th in the world behind Paris, London and Bangkok. 

PARIS: Having a good time – without fear

Living By 21 abril, 2017 1 Comment

by Marie Miguel

My home away from home is Paris. As an American, I always daydreamed about traveling to Europe, and Paris was at the top of my bucket list. I wanted to see The Eiffel Tower sparkle at the top of every hour (I know, how American of me), eat croissants and drink espresso outside of a small French café, walk the rainy streets of Paris with my Nikon in hand and bring home trinkets from the flea markets. My two trips to Paris have been nothing less than amazing.

PARIS: Au Bon Marche

Living By 12 enero, 2017 No Comments

The crossroads of rue de Sevres and boul Raspail offer a feast for the eye. A square, a hotel, and a shopping ‘marché’ are only the beginning. Here there are places to relax, to eat or drink, or do some of the most exciting shopping in Paris.

France: How french girls stay young

Culture, Living By 6 diciembre, 2016 No Comments

By Jaime Cat Callan

You see them all over Paris—the elegant femmes d’un certain age (women of a certain age.)  They may not look exactlyyoung per se, but they definitely look beautiful, stylish, intriguing, and sexy.  That’s the trick, really.  These gorgeous women don’t care so much about lookingyoung. They are much more interested in looking alluring, but in a very subtle, grown-up way.

PARIS: the best universities

Living By 20 noviembre, 2016 No Comments

Unlike London and Boston, Paris does not have a global top-30 university, so it may come as a surprise that it ranks as the world’s top city for international students. But consider this: Paris has 16 institutions in the QS World University Rankings, comfortably more than any other city on the planet.