15th Arrondissement, Paris, France

15th Arrondissement, Paris, France

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Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 6,272 vacation rentals near 15th Arrondissement. From 5,371 apartments to 384 studios, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable holiday or a weekend with your family and friends. The best places to stay near 15th Arrondissement are on HomeAway.

Bohemian life in the 14th arrondissement

In a city not short on bohemian neighborhoods, the 14th arrondissement might even top the bill. If you're after spooky adventures in ancient catacombs before evenings of cafe hopping down boulevards topped with Haussmannian blocks, sculpture-studded parks where students picnic and places where earthy bistros bustle with local patrons, 14th arrondissement vacation rentals could just be the perfect choice. There are certainly plenty on the menu, ranging from quiet stays in elegant 18th-century homes to swish design apartments with walking access to the rowdy nightlife.

Whizzing around the 14th arrondissement

Grab your bike and hit the boulevards of the 14th arrondissement and you could while away whole days hopping between cozy French cafes and bakeries. Other travelers will set their sights on guided tours of the area's haunting historic sites. Others will enjoy a trip to the soaring lookouts of the massive Tour Montparnasse – there are to-die-for panoramas from the 56th floor. Foodies will also feel right at home in 14th arrondissement vacation rentals – everything from Argentinian steakhouses to organic veggie kitchens await here.

Going underground in the 14th arrondissement

If there's just one attraction that really draws crowds to the 14th arrondissement, it's the Catacombs of Paris. Raising goosebumps on the skin and the hairs on the back of necks since the early 1800s, they were hatched as a plan to stop the cemeteries of the city from overflowing. Today, they wiggle their way underground with stacks of skulls and femurs that seem to go on forever. You can take guided tours through the maze-like tunnels below the streets, to see one seriously colossal tomb that's said to hold the remains of more than 6,000,000 people.

14th arrondissement: A year-round base in Paris

If you're looking to enjoy all the al fresco cafes and wine bars that spill into the streets when the sun is shining, it might be better to organize your trip to the 14th arrondissement for the summer months. In fact, most people come for the warm, bright days between June and August, filling the boulevards with life of all sorts. Other times of year are also great for seeking out 14th arrondissement vacation rentals – there are perennial attractions to enjoy in the area and the surrounding metropolis no matter the month.

Rustic France beckons in the 14th arrondissement

With those high Haussmannian apartment blocks looming on all sides, you might think there's no escape to nature from the 14th arrondissement. Not so. This area is really close to the woods that dress the rising hills on the south-western side of the capital. You can get there in no time by driving for the pretty Meudon Forest, a reserve of high oak trees and ponds with hiking trails all around. Go further and you'll enter the gorgeous Vallee de Chevreuse. That's rustic France at its best, awash with Chateaux and farms and rolling fields.