Paris is more than just a city; it’s a mosaic of villages and neighborhoods (Montmartre, Pigalle, Saint Germain des Près, Batignolles…), each with its own identity, each different from the others.
The best way to get a feel for Paris is on foot. You’ll soon fall under the spell of their architecture, their appearance and their atmosphere.
From Les3chambres you can get to the main monuments and museums of Paris on foot: 20 minutes from the Louvre , 30 minutes from the Musée d’Orsay, 45 minutes from the Eiffel Tower and only 10 minutes from Montmartre .
The Eiffel Tower was built by Gustave Eiffel for the Universal Exhibition of 1889 which celebrated the first centenary of the French Revolution. Its construction in 2 years, 2 months and 5 days, was a real technical and architectural performance.
Utopia achieved, a technological feat, at the end of the 19th century it was the demonstration of French genius, a highlight of the industrial era. Today symbol of France in the world, showcase of Paris, it welcomes nearly 7 million visitors per year, which makes it the most visited paid monument in the world.
An authentic village in the heart of Paris, only 10 minutes walking distance from your guesthouse Les3chambres.
Discover the incomparable charm of the Montmartre district and its museums, vineyards, windmills, Sacré-Cœur…
With its cobbled streets, stunning Basilica, artists, bistros, Montmartre is full of charm.
Perched on the top of a small hill in the 18th arrondissement, the most famous Parisian district has lost none of its village atmosphere that appealed so much to the artists of the 19th and 20th centuries. A real melting pot of art and inspiration for the cinema, Montmartre still gives as much pleasure to those who stroll around it and figures high on the list for a stay in Paris.
Les Puces of Saint-Ouen attracts visitors from all over the world as well as Parisians in search of bargains, treasures, or just a fascinating way to spend a weekend afternoon.
With over 3,000 vendor boutiques, stalls, and showrooms packed along a maze of lanes and alleys plus cafes, bars, and sidewalk vendors, Les Puces covers close to 20 acres and is the world's largest antiques market.
If you know where to look, you can find everything from museum-quality 17th century furniture and 18th century gilded mirrors to vintage Chanel shoes, from Hermès Birkin bags to Art Deco objects from the 1930s and American leather jackets from the 1960s.