The SpaceHello everyone,
Do you want to experience Paris as a local?
Louvre, Orsay, Pompidou, Notre Dame, Latin Quarter, cheep bistros, fancy petit dejeuner facing the Seine like in postcards
You've got everything just around the corner.
I have an apartment of 50m square, at the ground floor, good for four people.
It has two bedrooms :
A very large about 20 -25m square with a king size bed and a picture window.
And a Smaller room, with a bed 120x200 cm.
A crib is available on demand.
The apartment has a designed bathroom .
The apartment is typical of the Latin Quarter:
exposed stone walls and an exposed wood and beamed ceiling as well.
There are in the apartment Wifi Internet / TV / Fully equipped kitchen + coffeemaker, teapot, kettle
I would be happy to answer all your questions, do not hesitate
Maikel Guest AccessTravelers will have access to the whole apartment Interaction with GuestsI would be delighted to be welcomed in this apartment and recommender the best place in town The NeighborhoodThe apartment is located in the Latin Quarter on the Left Bank of the Seine in Paris in the 5th district, and in the north and east du6e district, with historic heart Sorbonne. This district takes its name from the use exclusive of Latin in courses given by schools and medieval universities established in the neighborhood.
The Latin Quarter is one of the world's most famous districts of Paris. It spans the 5th and 6th arrondissements, with the heart of the Sorbonne district and St. Genevieve. It is crossed by the ""cardo de Paris"", the north-south axis corresponding to the present Rue Saint-Jacques and Boulevard Saint-Michel.
It is a further area popular with students and teachers, due to the presence of many academic institutions: the University of the Sorbonne, University of Paris II Panthéon Assas, the Jussieu campus ...
Several large schools are also installed in the neighborhood: the Ecole Normale Superieure, Fine Arts, ESPCI ParisTech ...
The area also has many secondary schools, often prestigious and historic Louis-le-Grand, Fenelon, Henri IV, Saint Louis ... Consequently, many specialized bookstores in literature, science, history, medicine , politics, philosophy, law are in the area, although they tend to disappear.
In the 1960s and especially during the events of May 1968, this area was one of the nerve centers of the various student protest movements.
The area is very safe. There are a lot of bars, cafés, restaurants around - it is really the place where you want to spend your evening in Paris, either that you choose Café Flore or the pubs on Rue Princesse.
The Places to visit in the area are:
• College of Bernardine
• National Museum of the Middle Ages (Hôtel de Cluny)
• Luxembourg Palace, Senate
• Luxembourg Gardens
• Musée du Luxembourg
• Arenes de Lutece
• Roman Baths
Schools, colleges and universities
• Bibliothèque Sainte-Geneviève
• College of France
• Collège Stanislas
• Mines ParisTech
• Paris National School of Chemistry
• National School of Decorative Arts
• École Spéciale des Travaux Publics
• Graduate School of Industrial Physics and Chemistry of the City of Paris
• Catholic Institute of Paris
• Institute of preparation for the administration and management (IPAG)
• Higher Institute of Applied Arts (LISAA)
• Electronic Higher Institute of Paris
• Lycée Fénelon
• Lycée Henri-IV
• Lycée Lavoisier
• Lycée Louis-le-Grand
• Lycée Montaigne
• Lycée Saint-Louis
• Paris-1 Panthéon-Sorbonne University
• University Panthéon-Assas
• Sorbonne Nouvelle - Paris 3
• Paris-Sorbonne University
• Paris Descartes University
• Pierre and Marie Curie University
• University Paris Diderot Paris 7
Churches and Convents
• Saint-Sulpice Church
• St. Severin Church
• Saint-Nicolas-du-Chardonnet Church
• Saint-Julien-le-Pauvre Church
• Chapel of the Sorbonne
• Couvent des Cordeliers
• Our Lady of Lebanon
• Church of St. Ephrem Syriac-le-
• Mother House of the Congregation of the Holy Spirit
• Paradis Latin
• Odeon Theatre
• Le Caveau de la Huchette Getting AroundSmall but very well placed, in the city center, in Place Saint-André-des-arts, near Place Saint Michel and the Saint Michel Fountin, bordering the Seine, 2 minutes away from Notre Dame and 15 minutes away from Louvre and Orsay Museum and others (check out the map)
To get access to the apartment, Near Metro Station Saint Michel you will have:
-RER B (which will take you to Charles de Gaulle airport)
-lignes 4 and 10 subway (they serve all Paris)
-And The night, you can use the Noctanbus which will drop you to all corners of Paris. Other Things to NoteIf you have any questions before or during your stay, I am always available by mail, phone, or just Airbnb per message (I usually answer within the 5 minutes to the hour). If I'm not in Paris when you arrive, there will always be a friend to you welcome or simple instructions that allow you to check in without waiting a minute in the street! :)