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Paris, variously known as the City of Lights, the City of Love, and the City of Romance, is the world capital of fashion and fine dining. In Paris apartments for rent are always in high demand, with thousands of people moving to the French capital each year. Made specifically for expats, travellers and global nomads, Nestpick will help you find the best bargains on rooms for rent in Paris, as well as furnished flats for rent whatever your budget. 

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Moving to Paris and finding an accommodation

The capital of France is equally appealing to students and professionals interested in fields as diverse as the arts, design, film, architecture and engineering. The city lies on the River Seine and is divided into 20 districts or arrondissements which are either on the Right or Left bank of the river. Many neighbourhoods, like the Marais or Canal Saint-Martin, have unique characteristics that enhance their appeal, but every arrondissement has its own magic. In general, Paris apartments for long term rent near the Champs-Elysees, the Louvre, the Eiffel Tower and l'Arc de Triomphe are more expensive. You can expect to pay 3,000 for a 1-bedroom apartment in the 1st or 8th arrondissements. Meanwhile, a comparable property in Bercy might cost closer to 1,500 per month. Wherever you choose to stay, an excellent public transport system, comprised of the Metro, buses and the Seine river boats known as 'le batobus', makes it easy to get around. Whether you are looking for student accommodation in Paris or furnished apartments, Nestpick has the perfect spot for you. Here is our guide to the city ...


Le Marais

Straddling the 3rd and 4th arrondissements, le Marais is one of the city's most vibrant and exciting districts. Its energy attracts singles, couples and the LBGT community who are enchanted by the narrow streets, which can be traced back to medieval times. Fortunately these were left untouched by the former Emperor Napoléon, when he decided to remodel the city, giving it the characteristic wide boulevards found elsewhere. Le Marais is marked by boutique stores, galleries and museums, and is also considered to be “the Jewish Quarter” of Paris.


Bercy / Nation

The impressive Ministry of Economy and Finance building situated in Bercy / Nation is often simply called 'Bercy'. The district “Bercy” is of one of the oldest neighbourhoods in the city and is located in the 12th arrondissements. If you are searching apartments for rent in Paris, then Bercy is ideal for families who would like to live in an attractive area and features “Le Parc Bercy”, le “Chateau de Bercy”, and the Frank-Gehry-designed Cinémathèque Française.


Canal Saint-Martin

The sought-after 10th arrondissement neighbourhood of Canal Saint-Martin lies nestled between Republique and Gare du Nord - perfect for students and professionals who want easy access to the UK via the Eurostar. The canal with its quaint iron footbridges is a haven for locals and musicians during the summer. Whilst not as expensive as more central districts, furnished apartments near Quai de Jemmapes and Quai de Valmy can be pricey.


Montmartre

The highest part of the city, the Butte de Montmartre is defined by the dazzling white Basilica de Sacré-Cœur. It’s also home to the famous Moulin Rouge and the only vineyard in the city. Luckily, despite its various attractions, rooms for rent in Montmartre are surprisingly affordable and it's worth investigating further.


Nestpick

If you are looking for a furnished apartment, then look no further than Nestpick: we specialise in apartments for rent for medium and long term stays. If you are looking for a room to rent in a shared house, a studio apartment or something larger then we have plenty of options for you. Most of our rentals have all bills included, are newly renovated and contain all the modern amenities you would expect: a fully equipped kitchen, washing machine and wifi. Many of our properties also have their own unique features such as a balcony, bike parking or excellent transport connections. Make sure to check the deposit and fees with your individual landlord, as each contract is different.





Tips on Finding the Most Suitable Student Housing in Paris

Finding cheap accommodation in Paris can seem an impossible feature, like in most metropoles of the world. Students must be thoughtful of the property type, proximity to University and other amenities. Choosing the right location can be hard.

Paris’ districts are thriving with sub-cultures and multiculturalism. Look at Bastille for winding alleyways, old nooks and traditional Parisian Promenades. The vibrant neighbourhood of “Beaubourg and Les Halles” is both immensely popular with locals and visitors.

To find an accommodation that fulfills your requirements could be relatively easy. Here are some tips on finding the most suitable one, so that you don't face any problems whilst you study in Paris.


Paris Student Housing Available:

Shared houses/flats, apartments or University Halls are amongst the options for student accommodation in Paris. For those who enjoy a co-living lifestyle, a flatshare could be the best fit for you, unless you are in need of true privacy. Your own student apartment in Paris would provide you great privacy. Another option offering some privacy would be a student room in a hall next to your university.

All three types of student housing in Paris, may require a minimum deposit of one month’s rent and one month’s rent upfront. Agencies or landlords may ask for a reference or guarantor (usually a parent) and proof of enrollment at your University.


Shared Home:

A shared student home in Paris is an ideal living arrangement for the majority of students. You will be living with other students or young professionals. Meaning you will most likely meet new people from across the globe, possibly connect and form an international student accommodation. A shared student residence in Paris will come with a kitchen and bathroom. Some shared houses can include extra amenities, including a lounge or, with some luck, a garden. Generally all shared houses will come furnished and will be advertised different if not. Most likely you will not have to worry about the financial stress of furnishing a home.


Apartments:

If you are considering getting your own student apartment in Paris, be aware that this is definitely the most costly alternative. Getting your own apartment is a great option for friends who are willing to split the cost. Furnished apartments in Paris are generally the most popular ones in the student world.


Student Halls:

Rent a room in halls for a hands-on student approach. This is a great for making life long friends. A furnished student room will typically consist of a bed, desk and shared bathroom/kitchen area. Some student rooms will offer extras including en-suites, shared kitchen and a social area (usually at an additional price).


Universities in Paris:


Paris Institute of Political Studies:

The Paris Institute of Political Studies, which is better known as ‘Sciences Po’, has its campuses located in the 6th and 7th districts, with its main campus on rue Saint-Guillaume.



Paris-Sorbonne University:

The Paris-Sorbonne University has twelve campuses across Paris. The central campus is in the Latin Quarter.


Pierre and Marie Curie University:

The Pierre and Marie Curie University’s Jussieu campus is in central Paris, just off the River Seine. The Faculty of Science is similarly in the heart of the Latin Quarter.


Paris Dauphine University:

The University is in the west of Paris and it is located next to the famous Porte Dauphine. It also has metro connections in and out of the city.


University of Paris-Sud:

Distributed among several campuses in south of the city the University of Paris-Sud in the southern suburbs of Paris including Orsay, Cachan, Châtenay-Malabry, Sceaux and Kremlin-Bicêtre campuses.


Panthéon-Assas University:

Panthéon-Assas boasts nineteen campuses across Paris. Most of the university campuses are located in the Latin Quarter and its main campus is on Place du Panthéon. Located in the neighbourhood Montparnasse, there are lot’s of things to do. For a unique central view over Paris (including the Eiffel Tower), you can visit the Montparnasse tower.


Paris Descartes University:

Descartes University has ten campuses in Paris, which are mostly located in the inner city and in the Latin Quarter. A couple of campus are not to be found in the center, but in the outskirts, such as Malakoff and Montrouge.


Paris Diderot University:

Paris Diderot University is also known as Paris 7. The university moved to a new campus in the 13th arrondissement. This in the Paris Rive Gauche neighbourhood, a new neighbourhood located on the River Seine.


Paris-Est Créteil Val-de-Marne University:

Paris-Est Créteil Val-de-Marne University is also known as Paris 12, it has seven departments and four institutes. These are situated in Val-de-Marne, in south east Paris and in the 14th arrondissement typically known for artists. These are situated in Creteil, a city in the the South East of Paris.


Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne:

Panthéon-Sorbonne University is also known as Paris 1, it occupies part of the Sorbonne and with that another 25 buildings across Paris. These include the famous Centre Pierre Mendès France and the Maison des Sciences Économiques.


Transport in Paris:

The metro system is the best transit around Paris. It is both fast and very easy. The metro has 16 lines in total. Those are distinct in number and colours. When moving to Paris it is advised to study and understand the Metro map. This will help to adequately assess proximity to University, which will save you both time and stress.


Check out our guide for living in Paris as a student.

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