Furnished rentals in the 6th district of Paris: The Luxembourg neighborhood
The Luxembourg neighborhood is located on the Seine River left bank and accommodates the famous Jardin du Luxembourg. Alongside the Boulevard Saint Michel, this area is delimited by the Quartier Latin to the East, Saint-Germain-des-Prés to the North and Montparnasse to the South. Thanks to its vibrant streets and its rich historical and cultural heritage, this legendary and well-to-do neighborhood is one of the biggest student/tourist attractions and abounds with cafes, cinemas, theaters and bookstores.
Rent an apartment nearby the Jardins du Luxembourg
Even though it is an expensive neighborhood, it is a very popular and trendy area thanks to its central position in Paris. It's a very pleasant place to rent an apartment, where you can stroll through the Jardin du Luxembourg and enjoy a moment of relaxation, a real asset for the neighborhood. No need to worry about the amenities, they will never be that far away wherever your apartment is situated.
Rent a furnished apartment in the Luxembourg area: a charming and appreciated neighborhood
With a central geographic location between the Seine River and the Jardin du Luxembourg's several hectares, the Luxembourg neighborhood is one of the best place to settle in Paris and enjoy the best way the capital city. So what's not to like?
All you need to know about the Luxembourg neighborhood:
- Architectural type and style: Haussmann style buildings (also referred to as cut stone / ' pierre de taille') and luxury apartment buildings mainly located near Odéon and in quiet areas such as Rue de Vaugirard.
- Main streets:
- The Boulevard Saint Michel
- Rue de Vaugirard
- Rue Saint-Sulpice and Rue Tournon (dating back to the Medieval era) where you can find Haussmannian buildings, small beautiful apartments dedicated to students or singles and sometimes to large families.
- Schools and institutions: frequented by many artists and intellectuals of all time, the Luxembourg neighborhood is characterized by a huge number of schools (primary and secondary schools) and very reputed universities such as Les Mines, the E.N.A. or the Lycée Montaigne.
- Get food: you can buy food in department stores such as Monoprix or Carrefour.
- Shops: this neighborhood abounds with publishing companies / houses, book stores and booksellers.
Much appreciated by residents, the Luxembourg neighborhood has preserved the romance of the medieval era while being at the same time a modern area. It's definitely the place you should rent your apartment! With Lodgis, rent a furnished apartment in the Luxembourg neighborhood! Each apartment is serviced, furnished and ready-to-move into so you can enjoy straightaway your stay in Paris!