Apartments for rent in the Bibliothèque Nationale District: modern apartments, close to the Seine
This modern area is bordered by the Butte aux Cailles to the west and by the Pitié Salpêtrière to the north; by the Seine to the east and by the ring road to the south,; it is an true island of culture, architecture and residential housing, located on the south-eastern side of the capital.
Rental apartments in the area of the Bibliothèque Nationale are extremely desirable and furnished apartments are also available. These are a bonus when renting in the Bibliothèque Nationale neighbourhood; as it is so close to the banks of the Seine! With monthly rentals, you can instantly stop worrying about your accommodation in Paris; you can move in and immediately enjoy your stay in Paris.
Staying in the Bibliothèque Nationale: Neighbourhood attractions, varied activities and charming scenery
Would you like to live in Paris, whilst keeping away from the hustle and bustle of the capital? If so, then the area of the Bibliothèque Nationale offers all the conditions required for a peaceful urban existence. Mainly frequented by students, academics and employees of the many offices nearby, it is ideally located on the banks of the Seine. Moreover, between the areas of social housing and the Broglie and Chevaleret streets, there are sleek modern buildings, complete with glass facades.
From the rue Emile Durkheim, the studios of rue Bellievre lead into the islets of the Avenue de France; the area of the Bibliothèque Nationale not only offers apartments for all tastes, but also for all portfolios.
The urban setting of the district is completed with the old warehouses and bridges that are now used as the workshops of street artists such as Edmond Flamand; the Tobiac and National bridges and, of course, the esplanade of the François Mitterrand library. Besides the proximity of the Seine, residents benefit from the presence of Abelard and Heloise Square, a green island built around the Maison des Cinq Sens, an old country home which is now used as an educational workshop centre for schoolchildren. In fact, the area has numerous schools; a Montessori school, located at the edge of the park; several kindergartens; and two high schools, the Jean Lurcat school and the Monet school. Josephine Baker pool at the edge of the Seine, and Dunois pool in the street of the same name, are welcoming to school groups as well as independent swimmers.
Renting a furnished apartment in the Bibliothèque Nationale neighbourhood (location of the Francois Mitterand library) has so many advantages: the nearby banks of the Seine, the opportunities for varied and original outings (both day and night), the green spaces of parks and gardens, bars, restaurants, nightclubs, houseboats ... There are certainly plenty of activities, and some may even involve boats...! And whether you love shopping or whether you are actively looking for a quieter location, this neighbourhood offers plenty of possibilities. Check out our furnished rental apartments in the Bibliothèque Nationale district.