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Paris Apartments for Rent

Paris is a stylish and cosmopolitan city with a rich history and a sophisticated ambiance. It is filled with art galleries, shops, and excellent restaurants.   Continue >

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    Save $453 Photo of Enchanting Paris Apartment Near Champs Elysees
    • $4,527/wk
    • $4,074/wk
    • Min Stay: 4 days
    Sleeps 5 to 6 people
    • 1 single bedrooms
    • 2 double bedrooms
    • 2 bathrooms
    • Washing Machine
    • Maid Service
    ** Save up to $453 when you book by Apr-10-2020**
    " We were comfortable and had plenty of space. It was adequate for what we needed...." - Christina
    Save $345 Photo of Elegant and Quiet Paris Apartment on the Left Bank
    • $3,450/wk
    • $3,105/wk
    • Min Stay: 7 days
    Sleeps 4 people
    • 2 double bedrooms
    • 2 bathrooms
    • Maid Service
    ** Save up to $345 when you book by Apr-10-2020**
    " We had plenty of space to spread out and relax after a busy day of touring the city...." - Lee
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      Show all 3 Villas and Houses for Rent in Ile de France

      There are cafes, boulevards, monuments, and museums all in close proximity to many of our private villas. It has long been a destination for lovers, intellectuals, and artists. Paris features a melange of architectural styles. Perhaps the most eye-catching would be Art Nouveau, as evidenced in many civic buildings, including the entrances to the metro that sprang up in the 1890's. In direct contrast are the modern Centre Pompidou, the Opera Bastille, and La Grande Arche in La Defense. In terms of historic buildings, Notre-Dame remains a beautiful example of the transition between the Romanesque and Gothic architectural styles. Paris is home to many important historical monuments, including the Place de la Concorde, where the guillotines were held during the French revolution, and the Louvre, former home of the King of France. The Louvre houses Leonardo Da Vinci's Mona Lisa, as well as master works by Michelangelo and Delacroix. In addition to the Louvre, there are small museums devoted to many of the world's greatest artists and writers, such as Musee Delacroix, Musee Maillol, Maison de Victor Hugo, Musee Rodin, and Musee Picasso. Formerly a train station, the Musee D'orsay opened on the Right Bank in 1986. It houses an amazing collection of Impressionist art by the likes of Cezanne, Van Gogh, Monet, Renoir, and many others..