Choose a holiday apartment in Paris Montmartre
Montmartre is one of the most vibrant parts of Paris. This area was traditionally the home of artists, writers, and Bohemians, and their influence can still be strongly felt. Rent a Montmartre apartment
for your holiday and walk through the streets and squares behind Sacre-Coeur: you will see street artists selling their paintings or asking you to pose as their model. There are many must-see attractions in Montmartre, including the famous Basilica of Sacre-Coeur
, the Moulin Rouge, and the Salvador Dali art museum.
By choosing to stay in a holiday rental apartment in Paris
Montmartre, you will begin to get a feel for the local life. Start your day with a croissant or pain au chocolat and coffee at one of the local cafes, before they get filled up with tourists. After a relaxing breakfast, you can choose to stay in Montmartre and see the local sights; you can easily spend half a day exploring Sacre-Coeur, including a climb to the top of the dome for one of the best views in Paris. If you feel like heading further afield, you can do so easily using the metro, which you can access using the Anvers metro station.
In the evening, catch one of the spectacular dance shows at the Moulin Rouge
, which feature not only dancers but also jugglers, conjurers and English-speaking comedians to delight and enchant visitors. You could eat at the Moulin Rouge before the show starts, but a cheaper option would be to visit one of the many excellent restaurants in the Montmartre neighborhood. For a quiet, relaxing meal, check out La Taverne de Montmartre, which serves traditional French food in a cozy environment.
Staying in a holiday rental apartment in Montmartre allows you to feel like a true Parisian. Not only that, but it also gives you the privacy to spend some quiet time with your family if you feel you need a break from the hectic pace of Parisian life. After a few days wandering the crowded streets of Montmartre, you will be glad of the extra space offered by your Montmartre apartment compared to what you would have in any other types of Paris accommodation.