Furnished apartments in Montmartre quarter / Paris 18

A furnished apartment in the 18th district: Montmartre

Situated in the north of Paris, in the 18th arrondissement, Montmartre is one of the capital's most legendary places.


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Staying in Montmartre: a pleasant area filled with charm, romance, and a vibrant neighborhood...

This historic village, instantly recognizable by its windmills, such as the famous Moulin Rouge and Moulin de la Galette, is popular with tourists from around the world. The Sacré Cœur, the Church of St. Peter of Montmartre, or Place du Tertre, are other highlights of the neighbourhood that add to its charm. Living in Montmartre means living alongside the memories of the artists who once lived and worked there, and living in the historic heart of Paris.

This is a very pretty area; renting a furnished apartment in Montmartre will offer many outings and many pleasant strolls, day or night. Craftsmen, artists, bobos (bohemian bourgeois), all Parisians love Montmartre. It is touristy, alive, vibrant, and commercial, but also manages to remain quiet, relaxing and charming. Staying in Montmartre is a wonderful experience and life in this neighborhood is lively, diverse and thoroughly enjoyable. Check out our furnished apartments for rent in the Montmartre neighborhood.

Rent an apartment in Montmartre: A village in the heart of Paris with lots of sought-after features

If you are looking for accommodation in Montmartre, one of the world's most famous neighbourhoods and a must-see destination for all visitors to Paris, you will be pleasantly surprised to find that prices are actually lower than the average in the capital. You will find many apartments in old buildings near the Abbesses station, or in detached houses surrounded by high fences and divided into fully renovated apartments, but also 3 or 4 room apartments, some in private courtyards with views of the Sacred Heart. Avenue Junot is the hub of some of the most exclusive apartments in the neighborhood, which include artists' studios with large bay windows offering panoramic views of the capital.

The legendary Montmartre is a beautiful place with many green areas, which make it a very desirable location; just think about living near the vines of Clos Montmartre, the Lapin Agile, the Jardin des Arènes of Montmartre, and the Burq garden. Educating your children will not be a problem in Montmartre, which has the greatest concentration of private and public schools in the area, including the Mont-Cenis school and the Yvonne Le Tac and Antoine Coysevox middle schools. The area also welcomes many art students through the Fémis film and television school, the Atelier-Théâtre and the Oscar Sisto theater school. As well as many theaters, Montmartre is home to three cinemas, a swimming pool on Rue des Abbesses and various fitness clubs.

This romantic area with its cobbled streets, its popular (and sometimes risqué) shops, cafes, bars, restaurants and bakeries has a small town atmosphere in downtown Paris. Once you settle in Montmartre, you'll never want to leave the neighbourhood. There are always new things to discover in Montmartre, whatever the time of day or night. You will fall in love with the hill (the highest point in Paris), the cable car, the souvenir shops, the crowds, the parks, the squares and the gardens, and the views of Paris that cannot be found in any other district. Montmartre, the unique and timeless neighborhood that is typically French. You simply have to stay here.


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