Séjours & Affaires Paris-Ivry
Located near the bank of the river Seine, the budget accommodation of Paris-Ivry in Paris is just the spot for you to rest your head after a busy day exploring the sites of the city. This Paris-Ivry serviced apartment complex enjoys a privileged location on the prestigious Southeastern side of the French capital city. The area surrounding the complex of Paris-Ivry is well served by public transportation, with the metro, RER trains and bus lines all close by this Paris accommodation. The Séjours & Affaires Paris-Ivry residence has a range of conveniences on site, including free wired Internet access, a meeting room with audio-visual equipment, an Internet point, laundry facilities, and a multilingual staff.
This trendy, friendly and dynamic residence is situated in the beautiful commune of Ivry-sur-Seine in the Southeastern side of the city. Paris Chinatown like the complex of Paris-Ivry is also situated in the 13th arrondissment. This is a splendid and interesting area to explore as many Chinese and Asian immigrates have settled in this area. Holidaymakers will come across many Asian markets, stores and restaurants in this when visiting the district. Ivry-sur-Seine is also famous for many notable events or people that are associated with the area. For example it is the last place that someone was put to death by firing squad in France and is also famous as the place where James Joyce's daughter received psychiatric treatment in the commune hospital.
There are plenty of things to do and see in the area, like the old windmill near the 13th arrondissment and Port a L'anglais bridge that crosses the river Seine. A visit to these sites may present the prefect photographic opportunity during your stay at the Séjours & Affaires Paris-Ivry complex.
Love letter from Paris! The usee deLa Poste or the Post Museum of France may not be everyone's idea of a good day out but the museum has a very unique and interesting ways of displaying its exhibit, which are guaranteed to entertain even the most skeptical of visitors to this exhibition. Opened in 1946 the museum looks into the long history of the French postal service. The Musee de la Poste also uses a series of displays, pictures and artifacts to guide visitors through the process of how a letter gets from one destination to another.
Bringing out your inner artist! A fun and imaginative way to see the “city of lights” is to sign up to a travel report sketchbook work shop. This unique class offers holidaymakers and residence of the city the opportunity to explore the ins and outs of Paris while documenting the experience through a combination of words and drawings. This is a fun and new way of exploring the city, while also developing or improving your existing Artistic skills. The workshops are held in both English and French so there is no excuse on missing out on this unique and fun filled experience.
The “City of Lights”! The best way to see the “city of lights” is to explore the city by night. Experience the magical atmosphere of the city at its best, while strolling through the streets and viewing its many illuminations. There are many night tours of the famous attractions on offer but it is also possible to explore the city by yourself at your own pace while soaking up the ambiance of the beautiful and romantic city.
Séjours & Affaires Paris-Ivry
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