Apartments and Houses to rent in Paris, France

Holiday apartments to rent in Paris, France - Paris Coat of ArmsSearch Rent-in-France for self catering apartments & houses in Paris, France. Paris is the capital city of France. This fantastic city is located in northern France on the river Seine at the heart of the region. Paris is one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations receiving approximately 45 million visitors per year, around 60% of these are foreign visitors. Paris is home to a number of world famous institutions, numerous iconic landmarks and popular parks.

Renowned for being one of the most romantic cities in the world, it is a city full of beautiful, rich culture. A self catering holiday rental in Paris will bring you to an inspiring area of France which will pleasure all of your senses with its art, music and incomparable gastronomy selected from all over the country together with its fantastic monuments!


Things to do and places to visit in Paris, France

A Paris holiday will be a holiday full of culture whatever time of year you book your rental accommodation in the city itself, or the surrounding areas. Due to the German occupation and the French Revolution, Paris has a brutal historic background with a number of national monuments, many of which are now home to some of worlds artistic masterpieces such as  Leonardo da vinci’s Mona Lisa. A rental property in Paris or the nearby areas will provide you with the perfect base for exploring the huge number of museums that decorate the streets of this magnificent city. The most famous of the museums are the Musee d’Orsay and The Musee Louvre but there are many little treasures to be found scattered throughout the city. When staying in a chic Paris apartment, taking a tour around the city is a must - whether it is by foot, by boat or bicycle you will be able to take in the all of the famous sites and big attractions that Paris has to offer. Things to put on the top of your list include the EiffelTower, Cathedral of Notre Dame, L’Arc de Triomphe, Arc de la Defence and the Basilique Sacre Coeur. Paris is not all about the sights and its cultural background, many of its visitors return for the fantastic restaurants, its world class shopping, the lively yet relaxing atmosphere and the splendid evening entertainment available which may include a trip to the Theatre or the Opera. The nineteenth-century Eiffel Tower - Studio apartments in Paris

Paris is also home of the hugely popular Disneyland Paris - a huge favourite of families with children. For the children this trip is a dream come true and is guaranteed to put a smile on their faces with so many things to see and do.

SEINE-SAINT DENIS  is a small department surrounding Paris. This densely populated department is home to the beautiful Basilica de St Denis, the Musee d’Art et d’Histoire, the Olympic stadium of St Denis and most probably the best local markets you will find across France.

YVELINES  another small department once again surrounding the capital. There is a large number of museums, palaces, dramatic chateaux and parks to pay a visit to during your self catering holiday experience in Paris, France.


The Main Attractions in Paris, France

EIFFEL TOWER  The Eiffel tower commemorates the 100 year anniversary of the French Revolution, it was designed and built back in 1889 by Gustave Eiffel. The Eiffel Tower is one of the world’s most famous monuments -  Climb the 1642 steps or take an elevator to the top and enjoy spectacular views across the city.

THE OPERA  The Opera Garnier is a monument that cannot be missed whilst renting a home in Paris. Home of the  famous “Phantom” there are still many classical concerts and operas that can be enjoyed in this miraculous 19th century accoustic treasure.

LE LOUVRE  Once the home  of the Kings of France, Le Louvre is now one of the worlds finest museums. It is home to an amazing collection of fine French art ,from paintings through to furniture. Host of many exhibitions from around the globe Le Louvre’s huge size means it will usually take more than just the one day to explore everything it has to offer.

ARCDE TRIOMPHE Situated in the middle of the Place de L’Etoile. You can walk to the top on this centre piece for views across the Paris rooftops. It was named after the star shaped design of the cobblestones that surround the arc.

The Avenue des Champs-Élysées - a prestigious avenue in Paris, France. With its cinemas, cafés and luxury specialty shopsCHAMPS ELYSEES The world famous avenue which offers a large variety of top class shops and fine restaurants. It is a must see when holidaying in Paris,France especially at night when the avenue becomes illuminated with some fantastic light features.

NOTRE DAME DE PARIS CATHEDRAL  Its restoration was only completed a short time ago but this fantastic cathedral sits along the river Seine. This was once the home of the world famous Hunchback. Take a short walk and you will come to Les Halles where you will find a large number of eclectic shops and restaurants in this superb pedestrian only zone.

Paris will rarely see extremely high or low temperatures due to its oceanic climate which is hugely affected by the North Atlantic Current. It’s warm pleasant summers see the average temperatures hit a high of around 25 °C (77 °F) and a low of 15 °C (59 °F). The winters are chilly but the temperature ranges between  3 °C (37 °F) and  8 °C (46 °F), it rarely falls below freezing. Both the spring and the Autumn see mild and occasionally warm days with cool evenings. Although Paris is not known as a particularly rainy city,  be aware that it is well known for its sudden showers now and again.Rent-in-France holiday homes - 20th Century Notre Dame de Paris Cathedral

A self catering holiday rental in Paris, France couldn’t be easier with its short distance from the UK. Both Paris-Orly (ORY) and Paris-Charles de Gaulle (CDG) receive a large number of cheap flights from most of the UK’s major airports . Alternatively, catch the Eurostar which connects London and Paris in just 2 hours!