The SpaceA charming Loft / Workshop in the quiet, on the ground floor on a calm and flowered courtyard for 4/7 pers, near the Sacre Coeur of Butte Montmartre, rue des Martyres, Moulin Rouge, Abbesses. A very nice neighborhood.
No doubt, Montmartre is one of the most endearing districts of all Paris. With its village decor, perched on its hillock, the charm always has effect. Montmartre is no longer the benchmark of bohemian life but more that of the bobos, the neighborhood nevertheless seems to remain a small world apart. From the top of the hill at the foot of the Sacré Coeur, the breathtaking view of Paris has no equivalent. In the Place du Tertre, swarming with people, one avoids the addresses tourist-catcher, where everything is expensive and counterfeit, to take an interest in street shows and portraitists. Montmartre is not only a tourist factory: by taking the streets that run along the hill and the long stairs that climb it. Discover the vineyards, the arena, the Dali museum, the St. Peter's Market, the Passe-Muraille, Dalida, the Erik Satie closet museum, the Agile Rabbit, the cemetery and its Gothic accents, theaters and small Cinemas, chips, many shops, restaurants and cafes. One can also go to the sympathetic neighborhood of the Abbesses, in the street Lepic, or opposite, at the foot of the butte, street Caulaincourt. In short, surprises at every corner. On weekends, when the access to the mound is closed to cars, one takes more pleasure to walk in Montmartre. At night, the neighborhood is rather quiet, some deserted streets offer only their decor exposed, while some corners are animated, around the terraces of restaurants and small bars, towards Pigalle ... To prolong The pleasure and stay directly in Montmartre, you will generally have to put your hand to the pocket, but looking at it, the neighborhood still has a few cheap addresses or other youth hostels. Nothing therefore impossible, even for tight budgets! A small tour on the slopes of the butte Montmartre, passing by the Place du Tertre and its many artists, the Basilica of the Sacred Heart, and all the adjacent small streets. Guest AccessThe whole apartment! Linen and towels included.
Fans in all rooms. Interaction with GuestsI am available from 8 am to 11 H pm every day The NeighborhoodRue des Martyrs 6 minutes walk.
It is today a very lively street marked by the night districts of Pigalle and the Abbesses. There are many small shops as well as cabarets (Chez Michou ...), a theater (Le Divan du Monde) and bars. Getting AroundSubway Antwerp line 2
4 minutes on foot by the street of Dunkerque.
Car Parking Antwerp: 41 Boulevard de Rochechouart, 75009 Paris
(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Other Things to NoteDear hosts,
I would like to remind you that the courtyard is not private, it is common to all the owners and tenants of the building.
We therefore ask you to respect the well-being of all occupants by keeping the door of our apartment closed, not to sit there for a drink, eat or listen to music. You have the option to smoke a cigarette, taking care not to throw your cigarette butts on the ground. Thank you in advance for your understanding.
SECRETS DE MONTMARTRE INSOLITE
Fronts rue Durantin
Stroll through the charming streets to discover Durantin's typical Montmartre shop windows (especially from 17th Street to 35). The interest of this street is that the old signs have remained intact to preserve its authentic charm.
45 rue Lepic footbridge
However, behind these doors, it is one of the most unusual places of Montmartre: A covered passage half abandoned and hidden thousands of residents Butte. Today, some artisans or workshops of artists continue to live this gallery out of the ordinary. For how long?
Street Durantin grid
Back Street in Durantin. In 42 of the street, the unusual grids protect the windows of the ground floor. Approach .... Yes, all waste used, the diverter is a bike that is!
Villa Leandre, at the corner of the (probably the most beautiful and most chic rue Montmartre) Junot Avenue is one of the most beautiful hidden streets of Paris. For the record, this street and Avenue Junot, were built in the 20th century on the site of an old slum: the Maquis of Montmartre.
Film Studio 48
Studio 28 (the name comes from the date of creation of the film - 1928) is an old independent film district, quite rare in Paris to be underlined.
The writer Marcel Ayme, Yonne, spent a large part of his life in Montmartre. This is the actor Jean Marais who made the sculpture Place Marcel Aymé, carved a few steps from the house where once lived the writer, rue Norvins.