This spacious luxury one bedroom apartment (61sqm) is situated in quiet street in the center of Paris between the Marais and Republique. Located on the first floor of a nice building with digicode, this apartment is composed of one Bedroom, living room, dining room, kitchen, bathroom and study all decorated to a very high standard. The kitchen is fully equipped with gas hob and oven, microwave, dishwasher, coffee machine, toaster, fridge-freezer , Washer/dryer and as well all cooking utensils and tableware.
High-speed internet connection so you can bring your laptop.International TV (news, movies and series in English) and a Flat-screen 81cm TV will make this apartment the perfect spot to visit Paris and live like a Parisian.
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The Marais. is within walking distance with the Picasso museum and the Place des Vosges. You will be close to the Pere Lachaise Cemetary. where Oscar Wilde rests with many other famous names. Around the corner is the Cirque d'Hiver. A stroll down the Blvd Richard Lenoir towards the Bastille - and watch a game of boules or wander along the Canal St Martin. Transport Ideal flat for discovering Paris. The proximity of the Metro République makes the rest of the city easily accessible as well. Also just a quick walk up the rue Oberkampf you will find all you require for a culinary delight.
This is a good place to revise what we learnt at school about the French revolution. All began in the 18th century with the Enlightenment. Thinkers such as Voltaire and Rousseau criticized the principles of the old regime and absolutism. When in 1789 the state finances underwent a crisis, the people of Paris had the perfect excuse to start the Revolution. A few weeks later, the revolutionaries enacted the Declaration of the Rights of Man which embodied the principles of 'Liberté, Egalité, and Fraternité' (Freedom, Equality, and Fraternity). For a few years confusion and anarchy ruled in France, 'la Terreur' (The terror). In 1794 Robespierre was overthrown and the Terror regime came to an end. In 1799 General Bonaparte enters Paris to restore calm and unity. Five years later Bonaparte crowns himself Emperor Napoleon I. A decade of Napoleonic wars to expand his Empire followed. The Empire dream ended in 1815, when Napoleon is defeated at Waterloo.
metro : Republique,Oberkampf
- Double bed in bedroom
- sofa-bed in living room
- Complete kitchen (gas hob and oven, microwave, dishwasher, coffee machine, toaster, fridge-freezer).
- High-speed internet connection.
- International TV (news, movies and series in English).
- Flat-screen 81cm TV.
- CD/DVD player with radio.
- Telephone with free international landline calls.
- Iron and ironing board.
- Lots of closet and storage space.
- Bed linen and towels.
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