Furnished apartment rental in Porte Dauphine neighborhood

Located in the 16th arrondissement of Paris, in the northwest corner. It includes the northern part of the Bois de Boulogne with the Parc de Bagatelle, its heritage garden and its emerging museum, the ATP Museum (Arts et Traditions Populaires), and the Dauphine and Armenonville pavilions, both of which are quite famous venues for receptions.  

 his area is quite quiet and urban and allows you to visit Parisian tourist spots on foot. The district is served by the RER C at Avenue-Henri-Martin, Avenue-Foch and Neuilly-Porte-Maillot-Palais des  Congrès stations where it crosses the RER A. Its magnificent buildings celebrate the quintessence of the Haussmannian style and respond to the magnificent expanse of greenery that is Avenue Foch.  

It is a choice of standing. Impressive is the list of people who decide to put down their suitcases here: Debussy and Pagnol who lived on the Avenue Foch square or Piaf and Avenue Claudel Lannes;  

It thus includes the gates of La Muette, Dauphine, Neuilly and Maillot, linked by the avenues Lannes and de l'Amiral-Bruix, and on the edge of the Bois by the avenues Louis Berthou and du Maréchal Fayolle. It ends at a point to the south-east on the Place du Trocadero. Its eastern limit is given by the combination of Malakoff and Raymond Poincaré avenues; it is limited to the southeast by Henri Martin and Georges Mandel avenues. It is crossed by the wide avenues Foch and Victor Hugo, the rue de la Pompe and the rue de Longchamp.  

Avenue Foch, the widest avenue in Paris (10 m), links Place de l'Étoile and Porte Dauphine (Place du Maréchal de Lattrede Tassigny). 


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