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Property TypeDuplex - Loft
Floor Area82 m2 - 880 sqft
Sleeps2 - 5
Bedroom2
Bathroom2
CategoryLuxury
Rates from1,700€/week
Exchangewww.xe.com
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Notre Dame de Paris

The most visited monument in Paris

Notre-Dame de Paris is indisputably one of the most remarkable cathedral of Gothic style in France and in Europe. During its completion, it was the highest cathedral of west. Its construction extended over two hundred years.

www.notredamedeparis.fr

Rue Saint Séverin

One of the most beautiful and calm places in Paris.

Saint-Séverin is one of the most lively street in the capital with its nearby streets: Rue Huchette Street and Rue Harp in which you will find the quaint typical restaurants of the Latin Quarter.

Saint-Séverin is also a magnificent church of flamboyant Gothic style which is from the XIVth century.

www.saint-severin.com

Le Quartier Latin

Symbolic place of the capital marked by the university tradition.

Since the foundation of the Sorbonne in XIIIth century, the neighborhood lives off of its knowledge and notoriety. This student crossroads, medieval in plan, is a lively pedestrian area. It's are filled with students at the end of the day and the cafés stay opened late in the evening. The fashion shops, the place Saint Michel, and its fountain are inescapable sites to be discovered, just in front of the Île de la Cité and the Cathedral Notre-Dame-de-Paris.

It is also a district rich in monuments, for example: the place Saint Michel, the Gallo-Roman Thermal baths and the Hotel de Cluny, who houses the national Museum of the Middle Ages (www.musee-moyenage.fr), the Pantheon (pantheon.monuments-nationaux.fr), dedicated to the memory of great men, the Rue Mouffetard and the Place Contrescarpe, particularly picturesque, Arena of Lutetia, Jardin des plantes, its greenhouses and its menagerie, the Natural History museum and its big Gallery of the Evolution (www.mnhn.fr), the Senate, and the Luxembourg Gardens, and naturally, Boulevard Saint-Germain-des-Prés, the district where is the most symbolic café of Paris, "Le Café de Flore".