Hotel La Belle Juliette

92 rue du Cherche-Midi, 6 Arr, Paris, Ile-de-France, 75006, France
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Montparnasse Area

by orchid1949

Need advise if it is a good area to stay in 15e in Montparnasse on Bd. Vaugirard ?

Thanks

Re: Montparnasse Area

by pfsmalo

I wouldn't say it's a good area to stay but not unsafe. You're right next to Montparnasse main line station and not far from where the Air France shuttle buses from airports stop. A reasonably short walk takes you to the metro. Paris is that small you are no more than 10 mins on the metro from anywhere, Notre Dame, Louvre, Marais etc. except Montmartre, which is the opposite side to where you are.

Re: Montparnasse Area

by Jefie

When I was in Paris I stayed on Blvd. Pasteur, right next to Blvd. Vaugirard. I really enjoyed the area! We walked over to the Eiffel Tower and we also walked to Notre-Dame-de-Paris and the Louvre, and it allowed us to see so much more than just the Parisian highlights. When we were tired we came back by metro. The area is very safe, there are nice little cafes around, especially on Blvd. du Montparnasse. However, if you'd rather stay really close to all the big attractions, you might find that Montparnasse is a bit remote. Hope this helps!

Re: Montparnasse Area

by sirgaw

We stayed for a week in a back street less than 10 minutes walk from Gare Montparnasse and found the area quite OK. From a transport perspective it is very close to everything. Perhaps the only down side was some of the seedy characters around the Gare, but that's to be expected close to main rail stations anywhere. The cafes and restaurants don't seem to be too expensive in the area.

Re: Montparnasse Area

by Maryimelda

I love the area of Montparnasse and have stayed there a number of times. It is so easy to get to just about everything from there. You can walk to the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, the Latin Quartier, St Germain, the Pantheon, Jardin de Luxembourg etc. The Air france Shuttle is right there and best of all is my favourite paris restaurant, Montparnasse 1900 on Blvd. de Montparnasse. There is great shopping as well. See my Paris page for tips.

Re: Montparnasse Area

by orchid1949

Thank you for your kind and useful opinions. I think I will stay in Montparnasse area.

Travel Tips for Paris

Visit out-of-the-way museums,...

by noahsdad

Visit out-of-the-way museums, especially the Gobelins tapestry factory (gorgeous works of art, antique and modern). Also: the Musee Marmottan (though I got the iciest stare there, I don't know why), the Musee Cluny (for the Unicorn Tapestries), the Musee Carnavalet (for the wit & wisdom of Mme de Sevigne), the Rodin Museum, the moving Holocaust memorial behind Notre Dame. See the old Paris: the Arenes de Lutece. See the new Paris: la Mosquee. See a bit of America, thanks to Bartholdi: the smaller Statue of Liberty visible from the bateau mouche. Also, though it is very much on the beaten path, take a side trip to Versailles. Every American I ever met in Europe compared their favorite palace (Schonbrunn, Nymphenburg) and said theirs was 'better than Versailles.' That's because Versailles was first! Don't be fooled by imitators--see where the decadence got started...

1/KEEP IN MIND :
*FOR USA OR...

by UScutie

1/KEEP IN MIND :
*FOR USA OR OTHER COUNTRY not use same type of ELECTRIC CORD as Europe(In US use FLAT CORE and in France and most Europe counties use ROUND CORE ).be prepair to bring ROUND ELECTRIC CORD in order to charge batery for your video-camera or lab top computer ...ect...
2/BRING EXTRA BAGS for whom love France-comestic ,wine and tie..ect..so u can bring back GIFTs stuff that u buy after shooping .
3/Take a boat at night to see PARIS on the river.ABSOLUTELY WORTH YOUR MONEY.Trust me.

7th arrondissement - must see places of interest

by kris-t

Arrondissement 7 - Palais-Bourbon

This upscale arrondissement has major landmarks.
The most famous of these landmarks is the Eiffel Tower.

Other important tourist draws are the Invalides - with its museums and Napoleon's tomb - and two more museums: the Musee d'Orsay and the Rodin Museum. The Palais Bourbon (National Assembly), Ecole Militaire (Military School) and the UNESCO headquarters can also be found in the 7th arrondissement.

If you love art, Paris must be...

by Amaithuna

If you love art, Paris must be like heaven for you. Le Louvre, Centre Pompidou, Musee D'Orsay, Musée Rodin and so much more... i guess besides New York City here are the best, most extensive art exhibitions and museums in the world. This pic I took from the top of the Centre Pompidou.

Fontaine des Innocents

by penumbra

Always a busy little area, this fountain just south from the entrance to Forum des Halles is a great place to take a break and do some people watching or to setup a meeting location. The fountain was created in 1549 and moved to its current location in 1788. All four sides have different sculpture.

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