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Saint Martin Apartments – Short Let apartments in Paris

Saint Martin Apartments
5-7 Passage Dubail
75010 Paris

Paris – the city of lights, is home to one of Europe’s most recognized monuments and one of the world’s most renowned museums.

When we say City Centre, we mean it!

Situated just off Boulevard de Magenta, we are right in the centre of the city, with Canal Saint-Martin very close by.
Just 20 minutes from Champs-Elysées.

From Charles de Gaulle Airport:
Take the RER B to Gare du Nord, then take Metro line 4 or 5 to Gare de l'Est.

Our apartments are just 4 minutes walking from Gare de l'Est. Take exit Boulevard de Strasbourg to Boulevard de Magenta and Passage Dubail (where we are) is just behind 54 Boulevard Magenta.

It should take 1 hour or less in total.

Exterior of the Saint Martin Apartments


Paris-Orly, Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport with daily flights to and from all the world's major cites, is approximately a 30-45 taxi drive from Saint Martin Apartments. Click the link below for further information.

» Paris-Orly, Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport

Thanks to the extensive Paris Metro system, access to the Saint Martin Apartments by rail is easy, no matter what direction you're coming from. Click the link below for further information.

» Paris Metro

All roads lead to Paris! For detailed travel information, click either of the links below.

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Saint Martin Apartments

The Arc de Triomphe is located on the famed avenue Champs Élysées and in the centre of the world’s largest traffic roundabout, the Arc is a simple, yet daunting monument commissioned by Napoleon.

The iconic Eiffel Tower stands at over 1,000 feet, and contains 2 restaurants, souvenir shop, post office, snack bar and a viewing area, all within its iron structure.

Another must see on a tour of Paris is Notre Dame Cathedral, with its awe inspiring exterior and ornate interior. Pay homage to French author Victor Hugo, and ascend the bell tower for a look at the gargoyles from The Hunchback of Notre Dame.

The Louvre Museum, in its successive architectural metamorphoses, has dominated central Paris since the late 12th century. Built on the city's western edge, the original structure was gradually engulfed as the city grew and is now the biggest and the most popular museum in France.