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Montmartre has captivated artists and tourists alike since the heady days of the Belle Epoque: the best way to experience this atmospheric district of Paris for yourself is with an affordable self-catering apartment in Montmartre. Whether you are searching for a luxurious holiday let or keeping a tight rein on the budget with a cheap holiday apartment, save time and money by booking with Apartum: we compare all the prices to ensure you always get the best deal. Perched high on its hilltop, the district of Montmartre has a Bohemian ambience that seduces the visitor with its joie de vivre. With churches, secluded squares, art galleries, traditional bakeries and street musicians, there is so much to discover in Montmartre.
With a holiday rental in Montmartre, you can explore all the attractions at your own pace. Towering above the city on the Butte Montmartre is one of the district's most famous landmarks, the church of Sacré-Coeur, sometimes known as the Wedding Cake thanks to its stack of ornate white domes. Climb to the dome of the Basilica where you will be rewarded by a stunning vista of the city spread below. After a day exploring the meandering lanes and squares of the old town, you can return to the privacy and peace of your home away from home. A holiday rental is not only better value than a hotel but offers complete flexibility: no more stressing about set hotel mealtimes, you can enjoy a home-cooked meal with the family at a time that suits you.
When you opt for a holiday apartment in Montmartre, you can live as the locals, do, shopping for fresh bread at the boulangerie every morning, buying fresh ingredients at a street market or just watching the world go by while you sip a drink at a pavement cafe. You can take your time and get to know the district’s hidden gems, such as Carré Roland Dorgelès, a peaceful square where artists such as Toulouse-Lautrec, Modigliani and Picasso found inspiration. Self-catering accommodation in Montmartre is perfect for groups of friends with different interests: you can follow separate itineraries during the day before meeting up in the evening for a meal or drinks before heading out to take in a show at the Moulin Rouge.