Today, the grand boulevards of Paris are a shopper's dream, but other visitors can also appreciate the beauty of the architecture, the energy of this area, and the fun of just people-watching. The area is dotted with plenty of places to grab a bite to eat as you walk, and there are a few churches along the way that offer a nice rest. Don't miss l'Église de la Madeleine at la Place de la Madeleine--classic architecture and a truly beautiful church.The area also has a great mix of restaurants, most of which are a little less expensive than those that are closer to the bigger tourist spots. Located in the south part of the 9th arrondissement, is the former Opéra Garnier, a magnificent opera house. Nearby is the Galeries Lafayette, a well-known department store. The majestic Sainte-Trinité church is also located in this arrondissement. With the opening of the Grands Boulevards metro station in 1998, the area has since been most associated with the stretch between Bonne Nouvelle and Richelieu Drouot metro stations. Dotted with theaters, clubs and cafes, the boulevards’ wide sidewalks are perfect for people-watching, strolling and leisurely nursing cafés crèmes on heated terraces. Browsing the nearby 19th century arcades is a must for shoppers looking for that authentic and chic Parisian gift.
This spacious and bright 180 square meters 3 bedroom apartment is located on rue Richer in the 9th arrondissement, on the 4th French floor of a 19th century building and it sleeps 6/7 people. This apartment is equipped with : Decorative Fire Place, Washer, Dishwasher, Unlimited high speed Internet access (wifi), Phone, Stereo, Cable TV, DVD Also provided : Bed linens, Blankets, Pillows, Towels and Kitchen utensils.
Poissonniere M 7
The 4 square meters entrance hall leads directly to living room & kitchen.
The 40 square meters Living room has 2 windows facing street It is furnished with : 2 Sofas, Coffee table, Stereo, Fire place, Chest of drawers, Hard wooden floor.
The 15 square meters Dining room has a window facing courtyard It is furnished with : Dining table for 6-8 people, Fire place, Built-in wall closet, Hard wooden floor.
The 15 square meters open kitchen has a window facing courtyard It is equipped with : Oven, Microwave, ceramic hob, Fridge, Freezer, Dishwasher, Coffee maker, all kitchen utensils, built-in wall closet, built-in shelves, Hard wooden floor.
The 30 square meters Bedroom has a window facing courtyard and it is contiguous to the bathroom 1 It is furnished with : King Size Bed, bedside tables, Built-in wall closet, Hard wooden floor.
The 20 square meters Bedroom has a window facing street It is furnished with : Single Bed, bedside table, Desk, Cable TV, DVD, Stereo, Closet, Built-in shelves, Hard wooden floor.
The 20 square meters Bedroom has a window facing street and it is contiguous to the bathroom 2 It is furnished with : Single Bed, bedside table, Closet, Built-in shelves, Hard wooden floor.
The 15 square meters bathroom has a window facing courtyard It is contiguous to the bedroom 1 It is equipped with : 2 Washbasins, Shower, toilet, Tiled floor.
The 10 square meters bathroom has a window facing courtyard It is contiguous to the bedroom 3 It is equipped with : Washbasin, Bathtub with showerhead, Toilets are separated, Washer, Tiled floor.
Notre-Dame-de-Lorette and 19th century architecture. A little taste of Montmartre Beyond the Grands Boulevards and the Haussmann-style buildings, the Notre-Dame-de-Lorette area lies on the first slopes of Montmartre hill. It is a reflection of 19th century urban upheaval, even before Baron Haussmann's influence. Yesterday's music cafés and cabarets have made way for little bistros and a whole host of restaurants. People often come to the areas surrounding Notre-Dame-de-Lorette on their way to Pigalle and Les Abbesses, but it is worth stopping here on the way and taking a detour through. In the past, it was the "lorettes," promiscuous girls, whom Parisians came to meet here. Take a walk through the 19th century A mixed religious and cultural district, the area surrounding Notre-Dame.
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Arrival time: Between 3:30 pm and 7 pm.
Departure time: Between 8:30 am and 11 am.
50€ for any late check-in between 7 pm and 11 pm.
50€ for any early check-out between 6 am and 8:30 am.
50€ for any check-in or check-out on Sundays or French Bank Holidays, at any time.
100€ for any check-in on December 24th or December 31st, between 12pm (noon) and 3pmTripAdvisor property ID 3766188...Read more
PERFECT 3 BEDROOM FAMILY APARTMENT IN OPERA Paris, Ile-de-France (Paris Region), France
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Being one of the oldest and most imposing cathedrals in France, the Notre Dame cathedral Paris's construction started in the 12th century and was finally finished 300 years later. Having mainly a French Gothic architecture, but also influenced by the times during the construction (Renaissance, Naturalism); it has a unique and fascinating beauty through its architecture, painting and strength, considering it survived over so many years.
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