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ref. 717 - Le Marais
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This apartment is located on the 3rd floor via stairs or elevator on rue Bourg Tibourg right in the heart of Le Marais. A spacious living & dining room with 3 large windows facing the street. Wooden beams and high ceiling. Sofabed for 2 people and dining table for 4. Cable TV & internet connection.Fully equiped kitchen with small breakfast table. Bedroom with double-bed and several closets. Bathroom with shower and separate WC. This apartment has all the charm of Le Marais.
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Rue Bourg Tibourg 75004 
4th arrondissement Paris

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Métro station:  Hotel de Ville - St Paul
Area:  Le Marais
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4 people
65 m²
1 bedroom

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Washer - Iron and Ironboard - Shower - Cable TV - Stereo / Hi-Fi - Telephone - Unlimited High Speed Internet access - Refrigerator - Freezer - Oven - Stove - Toaster - Coffee maker - Security code - No smoking
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This apartment is located steps from the Metro St Paul in the heart of Le Marais. Within 5 min walk of Ile St.Louis, the Picasso Museum, the Carnavalet Museum, Places des Vosges, Place de la Bastille and rue de Rivoli. In the close neighborhood, there are traditional bakeries, cheese shops, wine stores, gorgeous flower shops, huge traditional Bastille market and the legendary stationary shops of rue du Pt.Louis-Philippe. The European Photography Museum, the Shoah Museum and the well-known rue des Rosiers are also close to the apartment. Bus-lines 96, 69, 76 and 26 city-sponsored bikes, (the famous velibs) at your disposal - just close to the apartment. Enjoy the churches of St-Gervais-St Protais and St Paul as well as the Antique Shops of the Village St-Paul. Many restaurants, cafés and bars in the neighbourhood.
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E.S (Oct 2015) () said...
This is a terrific apartment - roomy, clean, great comfortable bed. There is an elevator if needed, particularly nice when arriving with baggage. There is one full bathroom and one half bath, and the apartment would be quite big enough for a family. The location could not be better. In the Marais, on a side street, with grocery store across the street and boulangerie right at the corner. About midway between the metro stops at Hotel de Ville and St. Paul, easy walking to the Pompidou, the Picasso Museum, and Ile St. Louis. Sadly, the days we were in Paris this time were very gray and gloomy, and despite the large windows the apartment felt a bit dark. The bedroom windows face the street, so there is some street noise late at night and early in the morning, but not a lot.

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› Ile de la Cité & Ile St-Louis:
The history of the Ile de la Cité is the history of Paris. This island on the Seine River was only a primitive village when the conquering Julius Caesar arrived in 53 BC. Later on, kings made it the center of political power and in the medieval times it became the home of church and law. It no longer has such power, except to draw armies of tourists to the imposing Palais de Justi...
› Beaubourg & les Halles:
This Right Bank area is dominated by the modernistic Forum des Halles and the Pompidou Centre. These two spectacular places are thriving public areas of contact for shoppers, art lovers, students and tourists. Literally millions flow between the two squares. Les Halles is for the street fashion with most if the shops underground. The clientele strolling under the concrete and glas...
› Le Marais:
A place of royal and aristocratic residences in the 17th century, the Marais was all but abandoned during the Revolution, later descending into an architectural wasteland. Since approximately 35 years, sensitive restoration has brought the area back to life again; some of Paris’s most popular museums are now housed in its elegant mansions, while the main streets and narrow passageways bustle with ...
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