Furnished rentals in the 1st arrondissement of Paris : Louvre Palais Royal
Located on the right bank of the Seine River in the 1st arrondissement (district), the Louvre-Palais Royal neighborhood is known for its historical monuments, museums, green spaces and high end shops.
Rent your property in the Louvre-Palais Royal neighborhood: interesting!
Characterized by the Palais Royal (royal palace) and the Louvre museum which it draws its name from and crossed from east to west by Rue de Rivoli and Rue Saint Honoré, this neighborhood is one of the less populated in Paris and also one of the best place to live in whether it be for a short stay or a whole year!
Far from the vibrant and noisy atmosphere of Les Halles area (even if it's very near), The Louvre- Palais Royal neighborhood is a historic and calm district of the 1starrondissement (district) which is most of the time frequented by tourists or groups of travelers. Louvre-Palais Royal will quench your thirst for culture and knowledge!
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Living in the Louvre- Palais Royal neighborhood: culture, diversity, visits...
With the Tuileries gardens (Jardin des Tuileries) and many famous historic monuments, living in the Louvre-Palais Royal neighborhood can be considered a real privilege. Even if it is one of the main tourist attraction in Paris (museums, most visited monuments in Paris), this neighborhood remains one of the best place to live in Paris. The neighborhood earned its reputation for 3 well-known green spaces: the Tuileries, the Palais-Royal and the Caroussel gardens, which is half of the area and 3 bridges (Pont des Arts, Pont-Neuf, Pont-Royal) which link the right bank to the left bank of the Seine River.
Served by metro lines 2 and 7, The Louvre-Palais Royal neighborhood is a geographic and historic center in the heart of Paris but is also adapted for family life with 3 kindergartens and many other nursery schools, 2 elementary schools and provides high school education. You'll find all that is necessary for daily life at the Place Saint Honoré's Market and the various supermarkets (Franprix, Carrefour in Rue Saint-Honoré and Monoprix on the Avenue de l’Opéra). There are many sports rooms dedicated to sportsmen/women and you can go jogging on the “Quais” (Seine River's docks) whenever you want.
The Louvre-Palais Royal neighborhood inherited a high cultural dynamism thanks to its proximity to the Comédie-Française (or Théâtre Français), the Palais Royal Theater and the Library of The Louvre.