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Immerse yourself in the Mouffetard area of the Latin Quarter in Paris and its vibrant culture. In an ultimate setting, this furnished studio apartment is found in the 5th Arrondissement in a pre-war building with a coded entrance, a concierge, and in-unit laundry. Near Rue de la Clef and Rue Censier you will find yourself in the midst of students, thinkers, and travelers.
From the dynamic streets, take a break in this studio apartment styling tile flooring, exposed white beams, and a stone wall feature. Perfect for an afternoon nap or night time rest, the full sized sofa bed takes its form. The mounted wall TV is available for entertainment while dining at the coffee table. The modern style room is open up to the eat-in kitchen. Complete with fridge/freezer, microwave, coffee maker and toaster, this kitchenette fills the corner for a useful cooking space. The bathroom is pleasantly modern with chrome faucets, rain shower head with a glass shower door, and WC. Remember to let the steam out from the window when you’re finished.
As a monumental neighborhood, the Latin Quarter is a mix of historic and hip. Some of the earliest established universities and young minds are in the area. Discover the Latin Quarter for your favorite:
University - Sorbonne University (1.5km/1.0mi), one of Europe’s oldest universities and New Sorbonne University – Paris 3 (20m/60ft.) is right next door and focuses on the arts and humanities
Attractions - The Panthéon (1.1km/0.7mi), the final resting place as a mausoleum, Jardin des Plantes (850m/0.5mi), the beautiful botanical gardens, and Rue Mouffetard (450m/0.3mi), one of Paris’s most beloved pedestrian streets
Restaurants - Au P’tit Grec (550m/0.3mi) for crepes from sweet to savory, La Parisienne bakery (850m/0.5mi) for the award winning baguette and other delicious items
Shopping – Don’t miss one of the best street markets in Paris at Rue Mouffetard Market (400m/0.3mi) for the softest brie, fresh fruits and organic items
If this isn’t enough, there is much more of Paris to see! Access the Metro for line 7 at Censier Daubenton (250m/0.2mi) and for line 5, Saint-Marcel (850m/0.5mi).