Rive Gauche

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Average Room Prices - Paris
Entire Place€776/month
Private Room€967/month
Shared Room€650/month
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Make your home minutes from Chinatown at Le Palatino, where you’re surrounded by authentic eateries and minutes from the lawns of Parc de Choisy

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Get a taste of Parisian life at Comforts of Home - 70 bis Avenue Jean Moulin, and enjoy stunning urban parks and classic French cuisine

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Enjoy Parisian life from your base at 60 Rue Didot, close to Parc Montsouris and the cafés and bars of bohemian Montparnasse

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Live a few steps from the lawns of Parc Georges-Brassens at Jobbé Duval, where you’re close to some of Paris’s most famous museums and monuments

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Discover the best views of Paris when you live close to Tour Montparnasse at 3 rue Blomet, surrounded by cool cafés and bars

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Rive Gauche

Explore three arrondissements, which are home to fashionable, bohemian Montparnasse and the authentic eateries of Chinatown

Step away from the tourist track and get acquainted with Paris’s most southern arrondissements. The 13th, 14th and 15th arrondissements cover a huge area that’s bursting with cool cafés, street markets and unusual museums – there’s something for everyone.  

The 13th Arrondissement is home to the Quartier Chinois: the biggest Chinatown in Europe. It occupies a triangle between Avenue de Choisy and Avenue d’Ivry, and is flanked by 1960s tower blocks. There’s a great choice of Asian supermarkets, along with restaurants specialising in banh mi, dim sum and Vietnamese pho.

The 14th Arrondissement is a popular residential neighbourhood. It contains most of the famous Montparnasse District, which has traditionally been home to artists and writers. You’ll find a good choice of lively cafés and bars around Boulevard de Montparnasse, such as the buzzing Le Café Tournesol. The picturesque rue Daguerre has an excellent street market, as well as one of Paris’s best boulangeries, Le Moulin de la Vierge.

Make your way to the 15th Arrondissement to climb the famous Tour Montparnasse. It’s the city’s tallest skyscraper, so you’ll have incredible 360-degree views (arguably the best in Paris) from the top. 

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