Furnished apartment rentals in Paris 18
The 18th arrondissement is in northern Paris. Located on the right bank of the Seine river, it has more than 200,000 inhabitants and includes the quarters of Goutte-d'Or, Chapelle, Clignancourt and Grandes Carrières.
The eighteenth district : a very diversified district
Paris 18 is renowned as the location of Sacré-Coeur and Montmartre, a bohemian neighbourhood of artists, as well as the districts of Pigalle and Moulin Rouge. Cabaret venues and 'petits bistros' are a characteristic feature of the 18th arrondissement of Paris, in both the bourgeois side of La Butte Montmartre and the more popular Barbès side. The 18th arrondissement counts many people and the population is very diversified : if you rent an apartment in Paris 18 you'll be able to meet many different people, you'll have access to very affordable shops and more expensive stores... If you like diversity, the eighteenth is the percfect district for you! The 18th district of Paris is the only district which will allow you to switch so fast from a very prestigious cabaret to a local and popular market as "Les Puces", where you'll find some clothing bargains (you won't find in any other part of the world).
The 18th arrondissement : Montmartre and its hill, the highest point of Paris!
Living in the 18th arrondissement is a popular choice for its residents because of the sheer variety of the different neighbourhoods the lively, bustling streets, and the range of amenities available. Paris 18 has many schools (the Lycée Rabelais on the Rue Francis de Croisset, the Lycée Saint-Jean-de-Montmartre in Rue Caulaincourt, and the Collège Marie-Curie on the Rue Boinod), as well as three swimming pools, four sports stadiums and nine sports centres. Those who live in the 18th can buy fresh local products in the La Chapelle covered market in Rue de l'Olive, or visit the small market on the Boulevard Ney, or the Marché Ornano (on Fridays and Sundays) which is just at the opposite of the l'Hôpital Lariboisière. Concerning health care, the residents of Paris 18 can be reassured by the proximity of the Hôpital Bichat-Claude-Bernard which is in Rue Henri-Huchard, and the many other medical centers in the district.
Living in Paris 18 also provides easy access to big shopping areas round the Saint-Ouen flea markets (at Porte de Clignancourt), and to many other boutiques selling classic clothes, and typical bazaars. For those who like the 18th-century style, there are plenty of these kind of furnished accommodations, especially near the Boulevard de Clichy. As for entertainments and events, don't miss the Montmartre Fête des Vendanges, a community festival much enjoyed and appreciated by the residents which is celebrated each year.
Renting an apartment in Paris 18 is possible for every budget : if your lodgment's research is highly conditionned by the accommodation's cost, take a look at La Chapelle neighborhood or "Porte de Clignancourt". If you'd rather your flat to be located in a touristic area, close to beautiful Parisian monuments (as the Sacré Coeur with and altitude of about 130,53 m), take a look at the apartments for rent in the Montmartre neighborhood.