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This bright 2-bedroom apartment has lovely wooden floors and is beautifully decorated. With a floor area of 56 m² this spacious property comes with all you need for a comfortable stay, including a full kitchen with a dishwasher, central heating. a washing machine, and a living area with a television.
Nation is a great area to base yourself to explore Paris, with numerous cafes, restaurants, shops, and access to all amenities. The apartment is located within walking distance of public transport, enabling easy travel to other corners of the city. Although located in the 20th arrondissement, the 11th is literally across the street!
Possibility of domiciliation: no
Suitable for: Professionals, Students, Erasmus
Popincourt, Paris’s 11th arrondissement is one of Europe’s most densely populated areas. Home to the Edith Piaf museum, Place de la Bastille, quality boutiques and a range of cafés, Popincourt is a magnet for artists, writers and other people of a creative nature. The Place de la Bastille can be found on the edge of the Popincourt district. For those who like to party: take note that the area around République, especially the Rue Oberkampf, is a hotspot for indie rock, dive bars and a wide selection of quirky venues! The famous Bataclan theatre is situated in the 11th arrondissement and is due to be renovated in the near future. Oberkampf is comparable to a small village and is considered as a neighbourhood in itself. Unpretentious, hip, yet somehow still residential, Popincourt is perfect for those who prefer to live comfortably whilst having the option to enjoy the best of Parisian nightlife on their doorstep. Interesting fact: Place de la Bastille is one of France’s most prominent historical landmarks and was formerly the site of the fortress where upper-class characters such as Voltaire were incarcerated. In 1789, this prison was stormed and destroyed by Republicans in an event that was to mark the beginning of the French Revolution. The 14th of July is now a national holiday that commemorates the storming of the Bastille, a pivotal moment that was to permanently alter the course of French history.