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Recent Ile-de-France reviews

  • A month in France

    "I'm not sure where to start... I rented the Moulin de la Planche for the month of June this year. It was an absolute dream. The pictures, while great, do not come close to expressing the sheer beauty and scale of the Mill. As each of my friends arrived, one by one jaws dropped and they were transported into a French movie - far away from day to day lives and the bustle of getting through Paris traffic. The location near Septeuil was perfect. A walking path leads to the town and after a short fifteen minute walk we were at the local boulangerie-patisserie each morning to pick up fresh croissants and traditional baguettes. Septeuil is not a tourist destination, and we loved the opportunity to meet the local shopkeepers and feel like a part of the community for a month. The location is also only a fifteen to twenty minute drive to Mantes La Jolie where we jumped on the fast train (33 min) to Paris. We spent many days in Paris, returning in the afternoon to pick up fresh produce for dinner. Though, even with Paris so close - it was at times difficult to leave the Mill and it's serene beauty. It was always a challenge trying to decide where to set up for lunch and dinner: at the wonderful long teak dining table, the outside patio, alongside the river or so many other incredible places with views of the Mill or water. The Moulin de la Planche really does transport you away and into another world, I can't recommend it highly enough, or thank the owner enough for her incredible hospitality and warmth. Amazing, amazing, amazing!"
    Guest: Reid B. Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 23, 2014
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  • A quiet base to explore Paris from.

    "My Family (2 adults and a 5 and 7 year old), spent a week in this apartment, and it was perfect. The neighborhood is quiet (away from tourist crowds), but close to bus and metro lines that can have you at the major attractions quickly. There are multiple grocery stores in walking distance, as well a parks and playgrounds that our kids enjoyed. The apartment is small, but still gave us enough space to have privacy. The beds are quite comfortable. The kitchen was just right for cooking small meals, or putting together lunches to take with us a we explored the city. The owners were very kind and considerate. They made setting up our reservation straightforward and easy, and provided a helpful information packet at the apartment. If we find ourselves back in Paris, then we would be thrilled to stay at this property again."
    Guest: vanessa c. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 19, 2014
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  • Fantastic 10 days in Paris!

    "We had 10 days to see as many of the sights in Paris as we could so we wanted a self catering apartment situated in a quite neighborhood to retire to each night. Doing a bit of research on the web we came across this apartment in Montmartre. It was perfect! Our expectations were not only met but exceeded - normally the actual state of the holiday rental does not match the pictures and descriptions on the web page but this apartment is the exception. Another bonus is it's location...with a metro station around the corner one can get to any part of Paris within half and hour maximum. If you need a rest day (from commuting on the metro) then there are a whole host of sights and experiences right there in the Montmartre area to stroll to and enjoy. Ghislaine, the owner of the apartment, was extremely helpful from first communication to the last, answering all my "holiday maker" questions and providing loads of other, useful information. Our booking, payment and confirmation via VRBO was super efficient and contributed to a trouble free vacation. Thanks to all for contributing to our wonderful holiday in Paris! Wayne and Ronelle"
    Guest: Wayne Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 10, 2014
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  • Charming, Immaculate apartment in great location

    "This was the most convenient and lovely of the 7 apartments we have rented in Paris over the past 5 years or so. It is meticulously clean and very comfortable. The bed is firm but comfortable, the windows sound blocking, and the décor tres charmant!! The small building is well maintained and the neighbors are extremely quiet; in fact we never saw anyone else during our 5 night stay. It was a lovely haven for us at the end of busy days in the city. Also, it is perfectly located for Metro use, just between and close to the Odeon and Mabillon stations. We would not hesitate renting the lovely rue St. Sulpice apartment on future trips to Paris!"
    Guest: Paris Devotee Date of Stay: April 2015 Review Submitted: May 11, 2015
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Paris Travel Tips

Paris, the City of Lights and love, is a top vacation spot - and for good reason. The city is filled with amazing culture, from art galleries, museums, to gardens, parks, cuisine and everything in between.

No matter which season you choose to visit Paris, it will offer exquisite images of architecture, fashion, food, people and landscapes. Situated along the River Seine, this city provides the perfect getaway location for a romantic trip for two, a fun family adventure or a solo journey to relax and unwind.

Historic Paris landmarks

Eiffel Tower: A trip to Paris wouldn’t be complete with a visit to Le Tour Eiffel. It was originally built in 1889 for the World Exhibition to commemorate the French Revolution in 1789. It was only supposed to stand during the exhibition, but it was left for travelers to enjoy through the years and has becomes synonymous with the city itself. The Eiffel Tower features three levels for visitors. The first two have restaurants for visitors. From each level, you can take in breathtaking 360-degree views of the city and the River Seine.

Louvre: This art museum is one of the largest and most prominent in all the world. The Louvre, located in the 1st arrondissement, houses some of the most important works of art to ever be created including Leonardo Da Vinci’s "Mona Lisa," the "Venus di Milo," the "Bike of Samothrake" and Michelangelo’s "Dying Slave.” The museum’s first collection were the private acquisitions of King Francis I in the 16th century. Since then, the Louvre has expanded and now features over one million works of art, 35,000 of which are displayed for the public throughout three wings (Denon, Sully and Richelieu) ranging in time periods from Antiquity to the 19th century. Enter through the Louvre Pyramid or the Carrousel du Louvre and experience one of the most cultural hubs in the world.

Notre Dame Cathedral: Whether or not you’re a religious person, Notre Dame Cathedral is a beautiful Parisian landmark worthy of a visit. Located on the Île de la Cité in the 4th arrondissement, the Notre Dame de Paris, which translates into “our lady of Paris” in French, is a Gothic cathedral that serves as the the city's Catholic archdiocese. Notre Dame is considered one of the finest examples of Gothic architecture and features flying buttresses, stained glass windows and menacing gargoyles. Notre Dame still holds masses, but also serves as a favorite tourist destination for all who come to Paris.

Jardin du Luxembourg: Originally owned by the Duke of Luxemburg who gave the garden its name, this piece of land stretches about 55 acres and is laid out in an Italian style per Marie De Medici, who purchased the land in 1612. In the 19th century, the garden was opened to the public and redesigned in a French style while still preserving the original layout. At the garden’s center rests the Grand Bassin, an octagonal pond where children can rent small boats to float around. The Jardin du Luxembourg also features pony rides, a puppet theater and a merry-go-round to keep the kids entertained. For the adults, the garden provides exceptional scenic views and the perfect backdrop for an afternoon picnic. The garden is also home to two famous fountains: Fountaine Medicis and Jardins de l’Observatoire.

Other Paris Must-sees

Champs-Élysées: The Avenue des Champs-Élysées is a Parisian street full of luxury, haute couture shops, cinemas, cafes and is considered of the the most famous roads in the world. The Champs-Élysées stretches from the Place de Charles de Gaulle, the location of the Arc de Triomphe, to the Place de la Concorde. For the height of Parisian culture, wander up and down the sidewalks of this famous promenade to experience all of the sights and sounds that make Paris one of the most beautiful cities in the world.

Moulin Rouge: Located in the hilly neighborhood of Montmarte, the Moulin Rouge, “red mill,” opened in 1889 as a new music hall. It quickly became an infamous dance hall that made the Can-Can famous and was one of the first venues in the city to use electricity. The Moulin Rouge explored the scandalous side of life and shocked many at the time. Today, the Moulin Rouge is still a popular place to visit while exploring Montmarte. The Can-Can has been toned down but is still the signature dance of the place. Visitors are sure to be entertained by high kicks and amazing acrobatics. Shows feature more than 100 performers dressed in extravagant costumes, but are still not suitable for young eyes.

Opéra de Paris Garnier: Famously known as the setting for Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical "The Phantom of the Opera," the Paris Opera House, or the Opéra de Paris Garnier, can be found in the 2nd arrondissement. Construction began in 1862, but wasn’t finished until 1875 because a small lake was discovered and still exists under the opera house. Currently, the building is used mainly for ballet performances and was renamed the Palais Opera. The Opéra de Paris Garnier boasts stunning architecture, with a grand marble staircase and foyer featuring a mosaic ceiling and numerous chandeliers.

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