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Paris Arrondissement 1 - 220 vacation rentals

This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

Paris Arr. 1 (Louvre, Palais Royale) Travel Tips

1st Arrondissement Vacation Rentals Stand Above Hotels in Price and Comfort

1st Arrondissement vacation rentals lie in the center of the city of lights. Paris remains a site of immense amounts of tourism. Most decent hotels within the downtown area remain expensive all year long. However, you can find cheaper apartments for rent in Paris for the duration of the trip. One can avoid the hotel tourist crowd while still seeing the sites through these 1st Arrondissement vacation apartments. You can even save money by preparing lunch or cooking dinner rather than eating out every night, and there are numerous French cooking classes offered in English so you can make some authentic cuisine.

Save Money With Arrondissement Vacation Apartments

Paris remains a hub of fantastic historical places, attractions, and sights. However, renting a car or taking a taxi everywhere will quickly add up. Instead, you can use rental bikes under the Vélib' system and take the extensive Paris metro to anywhere in the city. There's certainly plenty to see.

Enjoy the World Renowned Sights of Paris Without the Cost

These 1st Arrondissement vacation rentals stand near the Seine river which runs through the heart of Paris and is surrounded by world famous monuments. You'll find the Louvre right in your neighborhood. See the Mona Lisa, but the Louvre also has art and artifacts going as far back as Ramses the II and great works up to the Napoleonic Era. You can walk down the Champs-Elysées examining various galleries and boutiques leading to the Arc de Triomphe. Once you're done with the main attractions, you can visit a host of museums with a prepaid museum pass that's good for almost all of the museums in Paris. Alternatively, you could explore the innumerable gardens dotting the city. There's literally endless adventure to be had.

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