Furnished apartment rentals in Paris 3
If there is one great place to stay in Paris, it has to be in the 3rd arrondissement. Located on the right bank in central Paris, it was once a vast swamp before being settled by the nobility in the course of the 17th century, especially around La Place des Vosges.
Rent in the 3rd arrondissement : a very complete neighborhood
With its lively atmosphere and local shops, the Marais district is now very popular with Parisians. With a population of nearly 36,000, the 3rd arrondissement includes the Quartier des Arts-et-Métiers, the Quartier des Enfants Rouges (neighborhood), the Quartier des Archives and also the Quartier Sainte-Avoye. You get it, if you opt for a furnished rental in Paris 3, you'll stay in a neighbourhood full of history! The furnished apartments to rent of this arrondissement (district) will allow you discover the neighbourhood and all its secrets !
An apartment rental in Paris 3 : dynamism guaranteed
Living in the 3rd arrondissement means rubbing shoulders with a rich cultural mix of residents. Bounded by La Place de la Republic to the north and La Place des Vosges to the south, Paris 3 offers plenty of housing options. There are schools nearby (the Charlemagne High School, the Victor Hugo High School, and the Collège Sévigné); and sports centres such as Vit'Halles (Rue Rambuteau) and Aqua By (Rue Notre-Dame-de-Nazareth) offer residents many different ways to keep fit.
Living in Paris 3 also offers the chance to discover unfamiliar cultures by visiting a broad variety of exotic shops. Les Halles, west of Marais, and the Enfants Rouges market on the Rue de Bretagne, will enchant visitors of all ages, as will Le Carreau de Temple, a covered market on the Rue Eugène Spuller. Paris 3 dwellers also enjoy access to prestigious museums – such as the Picasso Museum, on the Rue de Thorigny, and the Carnavalet Museum on the Rue de Sévigné – as well as theatres and cinemas like the MK2 Beaubourg on the Rue Rambuteau. A host of fashionable bars on the thoroughfares, or in the Marais itself, such as the Café Suédois on Rue Payenne or the Chicha Café, welcome tourists and residents alike. In the Rue du Temple – one of the oldest streets in Paris – many pâtisseries (pastry) promise treats for those with a sweet tooth, whilst restaurants scattered throughout the district offer their own gourmets specialities: Le Petit Marché (Rue Béarn), or Robert et Louise (Rue Vieille-du-Temple).
Renting in the 3rd arrondissement guarantee you a big diversity, in your exchanges, in your activities, in your movings... If you do recognize yourself in these lines, don't hesitate to consult our rental offer in the third district of Paris : you'll find, for sure, a suitable apartment. Bonus: this apartment will be entirely furnished, arranged and ready to move into.