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Whether you’re a first-time or frequent visitor to Paris, the history, instantly recognisable architectural icons and the delicious cuisine make the French capital a wonderful place to stay. With a competitively priced self-catering apartment in Trocadero, you have many of the city’s top attractions right on your doorstep. Naturally, a visit to the Eiffel Tower is not to be missed and the monumental Arc de Triomphe is another must-see for visitors. It can be hard to know whether you are paying too much for that dream holiday apartment in the 16th arrondissement, so save yourself money and time by using the Apartum price comparison website: we compare the prices of hundreds of apartments to ensure that you always get the best deal.
With a holiday rental in Trocadero, you can explore Paris at a relaxed pace, taking in all the attractions before returning to the tranquillity and privacy of your self-catering apartment. Whether you are travelling with a group of friends or as a family, you will find that a holiday apartment is more convenient than having the stress of sticking to set meal times at a hotel. Take as long as you like admiring art treasures such as the Venus de Milo in the Louvre museum before returning to the quiet haven of your home from home: here, you have the options of cooking for yourself - the perfect solution for those with special dietary requirements - or sampling the delicious cuisine at one of Trocadero array of restaurants and bistros.
With self-catering accommodation in Trocadero, you can live like the locals and really get to know the hidden corners of this fascinating district. Take an early morning stroll to buy freshly baked bread from the boulangerie before visiting the Palais de Chaillot with its romantic gardens and bronze statues. A boat trip on the river Seine is not only a great way to get around the city, it also gives you the chance to admire many famous landmarks. Holiday apartments in Trocadero are a practical solution for a group of friends: if you have differing interests, you can follow your own itineraries during the day, then meet up in the evening for an aperitif and a meal before heading out to take in a performance at the Theatre National de Chaillot.