Furnished apartment rentals in the 3th arrondissement of Paris

A Neighbourhood Guide to the 3rd Arrondissement of Paris

The 3rd arrondissement is one of the smallest arrondissements in Paris. It is located on the right bank of the River Seine and is within walking distance of the bustling and vibrant 4th arrondissement. The district is famous for its eclectic mix of top cafés and restaurants, pleasant market squares, bustling commercial areas, leafy parks, spectacular museums, and quiet residential streets.

If you’re looking for things to see and do in the third district, this guide is for you. It provides some of the best things you can do in Paris ’s third arrondissement. It also explores the different accommodation options available in the district.

Top Things to Do in the 3rd Arrondissement of Paris 1.

  • Carnavalet Museum

The Carnavalet Museum is both an architectural beauty and a trove of some of Paris’s most noted antiquities. It is housed in two neighbouring buildings – the hôtel Carnavalet and hôtel Le Peletier de Saint-Fargeau.

The museum contains more than 600,000 exhibits that document the history of Paris from its origins to modern day. The exhibits include a wide array of artworks, old street signs, scale models of ancient monuments and portraits of prominent Parisians.

  • Marché des Enfants Rouges

This medieval market is one of the city’s hidden gems and a must-visit during your stay in Paris. It is the oldest market in the city (established in 1628) and is located at 39 rue de Bretagne. The market stalls mainly sell food products including meat, vegetables, cheese, fish and spices. In addition to the food items, some stalls also sell a variety of classic French dishes and a range of Italian, Moroccan, Lebanese and Japanese food.

  • Musée National Picasso

The Musée Picasso boasts one of the most comprehensive collections of Picasso's work – over 1,700 drawings, 250 paintings, and about 300 sculptures. It also houses the artist’s personal repository including manuscripts, personal papers, photographic archive, and correspondence.

This museum is great for anyone who’s interested in learning more about Picasso’s varied and fascinating work.

  • Musée des Arts et Métiers

The Museum of Arts and Crafts is one of the world's oldest technical and industrial museums. It is divided into seven sections with each covering different aspects of the city’s infrastructure and scientific innovations. The museum has more than 15,000 drawings and 80,000 objects in its collection.

Metro/RER Stops

The most commonly used metro stops in the third district are République, Arts et Métiers, and Chemin Vert, Filles du Calvaire.

Where to Stay When Visiting Paris

The third district is loved by both Parisians and visitors as it is quieter than the boisterous 4th arrondissement. Consequently, finding a high-quality affordable apartment rental in Paris 3 can be difficult.

Winston & Léon agency provides a platform where you can easily find luxury accomodation for rent in Paris 3. Whether you’re looking for a place to spend the night or the entire holiday, the agency will assist you in your search . We then put together an agent to better  accommodate your needs and expectations . Simplified booking procedures is  the major and original advantage of  Winston & Léon agency.

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