About this listing
Full equiped flat.
Kitchen with washing machine, dish washer, hoven, micro wave, Nespresso, toaster, etc...
Bed linen and towels provided.
Third floor, no elevator.
3 minutes away from the metro station.
Line 2 and 11. Direct lines to the heart of Paris or to the Champs Élysées
12 minutes from the center = 6 metro stations to Chatelet.
12 minutes from Montmartre...
Belleville is a colorful, multi-ethnic neighborhood and also home to one of the city's two Chinatowns.
A fairly large and popular outdoor market is held there every Tuesday and Friday along the Boulevard de Belleville, where many local Île-de-France farmers sell their produce.
During the 1980s Parisian artists and musicians, attracted by the cheaper rents, the numerous vacant large spaces, as well as the old Paris charm of its smaller streets started moving there. Many artists now live and work in Belleville. Some abandoned factories have been transformed into art squats, where several alternative artists and musicians, such as the band Les Rita Mitsouko began their careers.
The iconic French singer Édith Piaf grew up there and, according to legend, was born under a lamppost on the steps of the Rue de Belleville. A commemorative plaque can be found at number 72. Belleville is prominently featured in the 2007 biographical film of her life, La Vie En Rose.
Within the neighborhood there is the Parc de Belleville, which ascends the western slope of the hill and offers a panoramic view of the Paris skyline, and the nineteenth century romanticism Parc des Buttes Chaumont is only ten minutes away.