Apartments for rent in Jardin des Plantes district / Paris 05

Furnished rentals in the 5th district of Paris: The Jardin des Plantes neighborhood

The Jardin des Plantes neighborhood is bordered by Rue Cuvier, the Quai Saint-Bernard, the Boulevard Saint-Marcel and Rue Mouffetard.


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Rent an apartment in the Jardin des Plantes neighborhood: A must-see!

Located on the River Seine’s left bank, the Jardin des Plantes has around 20,000 residents and is popular with both tourists and locals. It houses the National Museum of Natural History (Musée national d'histoire naturelle and abounds with other tourist attractions, including cinemas, theaters and stores. Near the Latin Quarter, this neighborhood's best attraction is the garden it is named after: the Jardin des Plantes. The Jardin des Plantes is the best place to rent an apartment for those who want to make interesting and entertaining visits to nearby sites such as the Natural History Museum or the Grand Mosque (Grande mosquée).

Rent an apartment in the Jardin des Plantes: a quiet and pleasant neighborhood...

With an ideal location near Paris’ major sites, the Jardin des Plantes neighborhood offers its residents all the education and health facilities that they could possibly need. There are plenty of elementary schools in the district, as well as various middle schools and high schools, such as the Pierre Alviset Middle School on Rue Monge. The Ecole Supérieure d'Informatique, the Ecole Normale Supérieure, the Sorbonne and the Pierre et Marie Curie University are also located very nearby. If you want to go shopping, the Mouffetard area is full of stores and supermarkets. For fresh fruits, vegetables and cheeses, try the Monge market in the Monge square. You’ll also find plenty of healthcare centers in this area, such as the Paris V clinic, the Geoffrey-Saint-Hilaire clinic in Place Monge or the Pitié-Salpêtrière hospital. To stay in shape, there are many sports clubs and centers that are easily accessible, such as the Lucien Gaudin sports center on the Quai Saint-Bernard and the Paris Austerlitz Club with various fitness rooms, as well as a weight room and a relaxation room.
Easy to reach, the Jardin des Plantes neighborhood is accessible by public transport, by metro (5, 7 and 10), RER and train (the Austerlitz station is just next door). You can also enjoy Paris’ bicycle sharing systems (Vélib), for which there are stations throughout the district.
An apartment in this district is easy to reach and it is easy to travel from here to other parts of Paris. Regardless of the length of your stay, renting an apartment in the Jardin des Plantes area will be relaxing, enjoyable and a real change of scenery if you’ve already stayed in Paris before. This area, full of green space and often referred to as Paris’ “green lung”, is a breath of fresh air.

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