Your Own Haven in Paris: Luxury Apartment Rentals
When visiting Paris, you’ll rarely find yourself having to stop and wait. Why? Interestingly enough, there is only a single stop sign in the entire city — located in the 16th arrondissement. Most traffic in Paris operates based on the concept of giving way to vehicles approaching from the right. This is probably for the best, because when you’re visiting Paris, there’s so much to see — so the less stopping that takes place, the better!
What sights are people trying to fit into their itinerary these days? Top attractions include the Notre Dame Cathedral (14 million visitors a year), the Louvre Museum (9 million), the Eiffel Tower (7 million), and the Versailles Palace (6 million). The City of Lights, one of the most ancient cities of Europe that can trace back its origins to the Roman empire, certainly has no shortage of star-gazed admirers, hopeless idealists, and people just looking for love.
There are so many things you can do in Paris — far too many to list here. One thing you can do to ensure a truly Parisian experience is renting a luxury apartment during your stay. Paris luxury apartment rentals are some of the finest vacation options Paris has to offer — if not the world! Stay in Paris for days or weeks at a time in a beautiful, well-furnished apartment in some of the city’s hottest locations. Why not stay in a gorgeous two-bedroom Celia apartment, for example, on the illustrious Saint-Germain-des-Prés? Stroll along the Seine as you make your way toward the nearby Musée d’Orsay. Perhaps enjoy a French pastry and espresso in one of the world famous Paris cafes.
The complimentary concierge service included in many Paris vacation rentals can also show you around, take you to the finest restaurants and boutique shops in the city. Or if you would prefer, get picked up and driven to the magnificent Versailles Palace. With apartment rentals in Paris, you can have your very own haven!
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