Paris 10 : mixity, accessibility, mystery... A district to look into !
This district has a population of 95,300 people and is a very pleasant place to live, sheltered from the bustle of the city centre and served by two railway stations, La Gare de l’Est and La Gare du Nord. Many communities live side by side here, including groups from India and Pakistan, giving this area the exotic atmosphere of a vibrant multi-ethnic neighbourhood where cultures co-exist without problems.
You are planning to stay in the capital city to discover all its recesses? Lodgis advises you to opt for a furnished rental in the 10th arrondissement ! Indeed, if you are curious and want to know Paris like the back of your hand, it's definitely in the 10th district where your apartment has to be! Moreover, you will be able to get around freely in the 10th district, wherever your furnished apartment is located.
The tenth arrondissement of Paris : a district for everyone!
Are you planning to live in Paris and looking for a quiet arrondissement close to the center? Then the tenth district, served by nine métro lines and three RER lines to the suburbs, is for you! The Porte Saint-Martin quarter, alongside the canal of the same name, offers a good compromise between city life and a 'natural' environment, especially if you are staying on the waterfront in an apartment overlooking the trees and the Seine.
The two most vibrant quarters in the 10th are St. Vincent de Paul, with its two stations – La Gare de l’Est and La Gare du Nord – and Porte Saint-Denis which lies between two major thoroughfares – the Boulevard de Bonne-Nouvelle and Rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis. The Hôpital Saint-Louis area occupies the area around the hospital between the Canal Saint-Martin and the Boulevard de la Villette. But what is ideal, in the tenth arrondissement, is to live in the pedestrian areas close to covered passageways, where traffic noise is practically non-existent and the old buildings have their own wonderful charm. Small apartments tend to be in the majority, generally studios, but there are also some supermarkets.
Theatres and bistros enliven the evenings, especially in the vicinity of La Place de la République, while two covered markets are available to supply everyday provisions. As for the young, they have 15 primary schools as well as high schools and colleges, plus a swimming pool, sports centres and lively youth centres. Renting a furnished property in the 10th arrondissement is about choosing : No matter where you want to live in Paris whether it be alone, with your husband/your wife, with your parents, with your kids... You'll find,the right apartment. That's the advantage of renting an apartment in the 10th district on Paris: Whoever you are, you'll definitely enjoy your stay.