The Louvre is not just one of the best art galleries in Paris, it’s also one of the most famous collections of art in the world. And this stunning luxury apartment is just around the corner from it. Imagine the Louvre being your local art gallery! The apartment itself is tastefully decorated and even has its own private library with ladder access. Stay in this monthly rental in Paris and try and make your way through all those books! If being near the Louvre is at the top of your Wishlist when hunting for a house in Paris, check out these other apartments to rent near the Louvre.
This beautiful townhouse in the stylish Latin Quarter is light-filled and full of the modern conveniences that will make your new life in Paris comfortable. You’re pithing walking distance of lots of grocery stores in Paris and have so much culture and history right on your doorstep. The two-bedroom house is perfect for a small family and has a gorgeous outdoor space where you can enjoy al fresco dining in calming leafy surroundings. If you love having a garden, check out these Paris apartments with outdoor space for some more options.
You’ll have a quintessentially Parisian lifestyle, in the very heart of Saint Germain des Prés. The iconic sights of Musée du Luxembourg, Luxembourg Gardens, Luxembourg Palace, and Fountain of Peace and the Arts are a few steps away. And the Vaneau metro station is just a 2-minute walk away so you can whizz around the capital with ease. The 59-story skyscraper Montparnasse Tower is also close by and provides one of the most breath-taking views of Paris. The two-bedroom apartment is perfect for a couple or small family who are making a new life for themselves in the French capital.
The property is located in Temple, the 3rd arrondissement of the City of Lights. The neighbourhood is nestled on the right bank of the River Seine and prides itself on being home to a number of historical treasures. The Hôtel de Soubise, a manor house constructed in 1375 and remodelled in 1704; the Square du Temple, a garden established in 1857; the Carreau du Temple, a covered market that opened in 1863; and the Place de la République that was inaugurated in the 1880s are all on your doorstep. But it’s not just history. This bustling neighbourhood is also where you’ll find some of the best coffee shops in Paris. The apartment has two large double bedrooms and stunning decor throughout.
If you’re relocating to Paris solo or as a couple, you don’t need much space so this studio apartment in the Marais could be perfect for you. It’s small but perfectly formed and has a kitchen and living area as well as a separate bed. When deciding where to live as a newcomer in Paris there are lots of things to take into consideration but we often recommend the Marais for its vibrant cultural scene and convenience. Being close to so many museums and galleries is just on of the reasons we think the 4th arrondissement is the most liveable. they monthly rental also won’t break the bank, so you’ll have more money to spend on all the fin stuff that Paris has to offer.
Located along rue de Montmorency is this sunny one-bedroom apartment that provides you with all the amenities that you would need from a long term rental in Paris. It is located within a typical Marais building, which is situated just a stone’s throw away from the trendy Francs Bourgeois street that is popular for ignoring the Sunday closure rule in Paris, making it the perfect spot for Sunday brunches and leisurely strolls. It’s also where you’ll find many of the best bakeries in Paris. An all-round great area for expats to live in Paris.