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The average price of a night in a holiday rental in Paris is £177.
If you want to spend a week in a holiday rental in Paris, you have to pay on average £1 240 for 7 days. The price varies according to the season between £1 163 and £1 322 for one week.
The price of holiday rentals in Paris are less expensive in November: £166 per night on average. This represents a decrease of 6% compared to the average price recorded for the rest of the year. Conversely, the price increases by 7% (£189 per night) in 06, which is the most expensive month to live in Paris.
On average, rentals in Paris can accommodate 4 people (apartments and houses combined) and have a surface area of 62 m².
The price of a holiday rental in Paris is £179 per night for this summer. A week's rental in July or August will cost you on average £1 251.
A holiday rental for a weekend in Paris costs on average £175, for Friday and Saturday nights.
43% of accommodation is still available for a stay in February. It will be necessary to pay on average £170 per night.
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Paris, the city of love, the city of lights and the city that takes a life time to truly discover. When you think you've seen it all, you will stumble across a new cafe, an enchanting market or a breathtakingly beautiful hidden church. Browse through our selection of short term holiday apartments and bed and breakfasts' on Tripadvisor or Air bnb. If you are looking to travel on a budget there are still plenty of options for you, book a hostel or homestay and start your holiday in this mesmerising place.
Paris is one of the top most visited cities in the world, so there is never a time when there are less tourists. Certainly summer is the peak season in Paris as it brings good weather for its visitors to enjoy relaxing by the canal. Winter months do get colder and there is not a consistent pattern of rainfall, so pack your umbrellas!
Getting to Paris from anywhere in the UK could not be simpler. Our tip is to fly into Charles de Gaulle International airport to ensure you have a smooth and easy journey, as it has better transport links than Orly. If flying is not your thing then jump on the Eurostar to Paris, which will take you just over 2 hours from London, Kings Cross.
Paris is realtively small so walking around the city is a great way to be the ultimate flâneur for the day. Enjoy one of the greatest walks, beginning on the Champs-Élysées and end up at the magnificent Arc de Triomphe.
The metro is also an inexpensive, reliable and comfortable way to get around the city. There are 16 lines and approximately 300 stations in the whole of Paris. Taxi or Ubers are alo available but they can be a little pricey because of busy traffic.
Parisian life is divided into twenty different arrondissements and each district has a unique flavor of Parisian life. If you want to be amongst the city's main sights such as The Louvre, Royal Palace and luxury shops, then book accommodation in the 1st arrondissement. Although property here is generally quite expensive, there are some great value rooms and hotels available for rent here. It is the perfect starting point for Paris newbies and art lovers and it is best described as the royal heart of Paris.
A short walk, from the 1st arrondissment is the 4th arrondissement where you will find the masterpiece of the Notre Dame Cathedral and the sensational stained glass of Sainte Chapelle. The Notre Dame Cathedral dates back to 1163, and featured famously in The Hunchback of Notre Dame. The bustling, multi-cultural neighborhood of the 4th arrondissement is a place that warmly welcomes tourists and it is a great place to book a holiday rental if you want to live like a local. You will find plenty of self-catering apartments and hotel rooms in this area.
Another favourite district is 11th Arrondissement, home to buzzing restaurants, quirky bars and some of the city's most famous sights including Opera Bastille and the Edith Piaf Museum. Book a luxury Paris apartment here if you like to party! The 11th arrondissment draws in serious partygoers thanks to the numerous lively bars and restaurants all over the place! It also offers accommodation for those on a budget, have a look through the wide range of rooms to rent and hotel rooms in this area.
St-Germain-des-Prés is one of the city's most famous neighborhoods located in the 6th Arrondissement, it is a fashionable place full of designer shops and ex-pensive, swanky restaurants. It is an interesting place to wander around and take in the beauty of historic churches, museums and gardens. Here you will find quintessential french apartments and bed and breakfasts', perfect for a romantic weekend away.
Last but certainly not least is Le Marais, in the 3rd arrondissment, this used to be the neighbourhood of choice for the aristocracy. Now Le Marais has become an uber-cool and trendy place, it is full of the most stylish people in Paris. There are tons of sophisitcated hidden bars, quirky boutiques and amazing short term hipster Paris apartments.
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The Eiffel Tower was built in 1889 and it is one of the most popular tourist attractions in France. This impressive monument was also the world's tallest structure for four decades. Climbing up the Eiffel Tower is the perfect way to see the Parisian skyline and get a feel for Paris
The Champs Élysées is often described as the most beautiful avenue in the world. It is lined with all the main high street and designer shops, the Champs Élysées is a great place to spend some time shopping and finish the day with a delicious macaroon from Ladurée.
If you want to discover some of the outstanding art galleries, then start by visiting the Musee D'Orsay, a former train station that has been converted into one of Paris' best art galleries. It hosts an incredible collection of art ranging from 1848 to 1914. It is reknowned for the world's largest print and post-impressionist's collection.
The Botanical gardens of Paris is a stuning garden open to the public and it is home to the The National Museum of Natural History. There are many interesing and informative exhibitions here such as The Grand Gallery of Evolution, this is the perfect place to visit if science is your thing!
The Louvre is arguably the most incredible museum ever built, the scale and ornate decoration makes it an astonishing place. It is the largest museum in the world and it has one of the most extensive collections of art as a result of its 35,000 priceless masterpieces. This Louvre is so vast that it would take three days to walk around it and view every work of art.
If you fancy escaping Paris for the day and take a trip down memory lane, then hop on the train to Disneyland, Paris! Trains run every 15 minutes to Disneyland, between 5.30am and midnight. Relive your youth and let the little ones run wild, don't forget to take a picture with the famous Mickey Mouse!