Furnished apartment rentals in the 15th arrondissement of Paris

Places to Visit in the 15th District

The fifteenth arrondissement is the most populous neighbourhood in Paris. It is also known as Vaugirard and sits on the left bank of the Seine River. The fifteenth district shares the Montparnasse district with the 14th and 6th arrondissement. Despite its size, it has not been explored as other districts in Paris City thus, retaining a quaint and beautiful landscape that appeals to many tourists. Most Parisian families rent apartment in Paris 15 due to its quiet reputation. Estate agents managing apartment rental in Paris 15 explore exciting places to visit in the district.

Visit Des Gateaux & du Pain

This pastry shop and bakery are located a little away from the 15th arrondissement along Rue Mizon and Boulevard Pasteur. The name Des Gateaux & du Pain means cakes and bread as the shop specialises in making bread and pastries. The setting features a simple black décor that echoes the main trade here; making and selling bread and pastries. If you have rented a furnished apartment in Paris 15 near here, you can indulge yourself with specialities like the chorizo loaf, chocolate hazelnut cake or the religieuse au caramel for breakfast.

Parc André Citroën

This modern park oozes contemporary landscape architecture. It comprises six unique gardens and creates a futuristic ambience. You can relax on the grass if you are visiting Paris during the summer months or study the exotic plants and flowers here. Pare Andre Citroen park is known for its large tethered hot air balloon that carries visitors to enjoy stunning panoramic views of the city. The best time to go for a hot air balloon ride is in the morning during weekdays as weekends and summer months get pretty busy.

Buy Vintage Treasure at Puces de Vanves

Your stay in Paris is not complete if you have not embarked on a vintage treasure hunt at the Vanves Flea Market. There are two vintage markets in Paris; one is in the North at Port de Clignancourt and the other in the South at Porte de Vanves. The latter market is not as famous, but local residents and tourists can find vintage jewellery, clothes, paintings, books and furniture here. The market opens on Saturday and Sunday from 7 a.m-2 p.m.

Visit Musée Bourdelle Museum

The museum is hidden in a quiet corner near the busy Montparnasse area. It was once home to the famous French artist and sculptor Antonie Bourdelle but was later converted to a museum. Antonie was a gifted craftsman and Rodin's best student. The museum pays homage to his work as his best pieces are displayed here. You can also visit Antonie's studio and apartment where he spent most of the time. Musee Bourdelle is a great place to spend your afternoon.

A Bird's View of the City from Montparnasse Tower

The tower has 59 storeys, making it the only skyscraper in Paris. From the rooftop, you can enjoy the best view of the Eiffel Tower, Paris City and flat rentals in Paris 15. While here, visit the terrace observatory and enjoy a drink at Ciel de Paris bar and restaurant. Lift tickets are available on the website and are only available during specific time windows. The view gets better during sunset.

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