4th Arrondissement, Paris, France

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4th Arrondissement, Paris, France

4th Arrondissement vacation rentals

Immerse yourself in Paris in the 4th arrondissement

It's quite possible that the 4th arrondissement is the part of Paris you've been dreaming of. Gothic cathedrals shoot to the sky with the filigreed tops of Notre Dame. Imposing Neo-Renaissance facades hide behind fluttering French flags as the Seine drifts on. The old home of Victor Hugo heralds the luminaries that once resided here. Totemic galleries like the Georges Pompidou gild the leafy squares. The tree-lined lanes of Le Marais throb with local Parisian life. If you want to be truly immersed in the City of Lights, 4th arrondissement vacation rentals are always a fantastic choice.

Street strolling in the 4th arrondissement

Simply strolling the streets of the 4th arrondissement is bound to reveal some of the greatest treasures of Paris. Rich Renaissance palaces decorate the boulevards close to the Seine, grand churches pop up on countless corners, and there are memorials and monuments aplenty. You might do well to get a private tour guide to help you unravel the wealth of heritage and history here, especially across between the iconic buildings of the Ile de la Cite. After dark, let Le Marais balance the culture out with its jazz bars and smoky Parisian coffee haunts.

Parisian icons in the 4th arrondissement

The 4th arrondissement vacation rentals are the place to be if it's Paris's iconic sights you're after. Those staying on the Ile de la Cite will be a short stroll from the Gothic faces of world-famous Notre-Dame Cathedral. Those on the banks of the Seine will be able to walk to the museum rooms of the Pompidou Centre for glimpses of cutting-edge architecture and mind-boggling Cubism, Surrealism, Futurism _ the "isms" go on. The Musee de la Magie is one of the kids, offering a journey into the world of conjuring and illusion.

There are 4 Seasons of fun in the 4th arrondissement

Don't be put off by the prospect of cold winters and rainy falls in the 4th arrondissement _ there are enough cool cafes and indoor museums to keep you going all the way from September to March. That said, for sightseeing through the streets and gawping up at Notre-Dame Cathedral from the leafy squares, summer is certainly the best time to seek out those 4th arrondissement vacation rentals. Spring can be a little cheaper, and often means mild, dry, fresh days.

Riverside life in the 4th arrondissement

The 4th arrondissement is one of the oldest in all of Paris. The Ile de la Cite and the Ile Saint-Louis _ apart from being host to some of the capital's most iconic landmarks _ are the only two remaining natural islands to pepper the courses of the Seine River. Talking of the Seine, it's that great, snaking waterway that really defines the district, giving way to tree-dotted walks on its banks, and some pretty urban parks awash with benches, flower beds, and picnic spots.