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Rooms are available to rent in a 50m2, 3-bedroom apartment situated in Buttes-Chaumont, Paris's 19th arrondissement. The interior of the property is cosy and bright, it has a fully equipped kitchen which has plenty of storage space. The apartment does not have a communal living room, but each bedroom is spacious.
Buttes-Chaumont is an area known for its artistic flair, multicultural community and varied selection of oriental food. Parc de la Villette, the 3rd largest park in central Paris, is an 18-minute-walk from the apartment and is home to themed gardens, museums, and even a submarine! Café de la Musique is a hub for music-lovers who flock here for live performances. This apartment is just 17 minutes from Gare de l'Est rail station.
Suitable for: Professionals, Students, Erasmus
Buttes-Chaumont, Paris’s 19th arrondissement, is a peaceful residential area that is situated on the right bank of the River Seine. Although Buttes-Chaumont does not host as many cultural landmarks as other areas in the city, it is the site of Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie, one of the largest science and industry museums in Europe. If you are hoping to escape from the bustle of France’s capital city, you should visit Parc des Buttes Chaumont which provides plenty of green spaces that are perfect for picnics or study sessions. Parc de la Villette is also based in this district and is technically the 3rd biggest park in the centre of Paris. This open space is home to many attractions which include a variety of themed gardens, museums and even a submarine! Café de la musique is a popular retreat for music lovers who flock to this venue to enjoy a wide variety of live performances. This neighbourhood is known for its artistic flair, multicultural community and excellent selection of oriental food - an ideal escape from the chaotic city centre. Interesting fact: Buttes-Chaumont is home to the Canal de l’Ourcq, a canal that was constructed by Napoléon in order to provide Parisian’s with drinking water.