POSSIBLE MOBILITY GARLIC (students / pro in mobility / internship / apprentices)
The strong points
Ideally located in the heart of the capital
Fully equipped kitchen
Bed and bath linen provided
Breakfast / brunch delivery (on request)
Microwave, Oven, Refrigerator, Freezer
Toaster, Expresso coffee machine, Kettle, hotplate.
Sofa bed for 2 persons
1 single bed
1 double bed
A deposit may be required by the lessor upon entry into the premises.
Charges included in the rent:
- Condominium fees
Category of propertyApartment
Type of rentalEntire home/apt
Bedroom n°11 double bed
1 simple bed
Livingroom n°11 convertible sofa
Check in afterFlexible
Check in beforeFlexible
Check out beforeFlexible
Minimum duration1 month
Services charges included ?50€
Owner Julie L.
Default rent ?
Monthly rent (< 3 months) ?1500€
Housecleaning price ?85€
The Bourse district is renowned for being a fashion mecca. In the past, young women used to hurry to buy jewellery and lace. Today, fashionable designers have invaded the area, such as Kenzo, Thierry Muggler, Cacharel, Agatha... The Place des Victoires is surrounded by buildings and mansions, representative of 19th century Parisian elegance. At nightfall, the façades light up and the square takes on the romantic air of 1920s Paris.
Close to the Grands Boulevards Parisiens, the Bourse district is appreciated for its calm and typically Parisian atmosphere. It is an area mainly frequented by businessmen and Parisian bobos, where you can easily find a pleasant place to have lunch.
Inaugurated in 1686, Place des Victoires was the first square built in honour of the Sun King. At the time, a 7-metre high statue, representing Louis XIV with a crowned foot, stood in the centre of the square. It was replaced in 1822 by the current statue of Louis XIV on horseback.
A stone's throw away, the Palais de la Bourse (or Palais Brongniart), is a symbol of Napoleon's gigantic size. The elegance of this neo-classical building contrasts with the bustle of the surrounding boulevards. The numerous columns that girdled the palace give it a majestic appearance. For a long time, it was the official place for negotiations, stocks and markets in France.
The Bourse district is renowned for its particularly pleasant living environment. If you are looking for a peaceful place where you can find shops and other services, you have come to the right place! As you stroll through the various surrounding streets, you will have the opportunity to fall under the atypical charm of the Bourse district. Whether you visit the Montorgueil district and its famous covered market, the Palais Brongniart, or the Place des Victoires, you can't help but marvel at the rich heritage of this place steeped in history!