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SuperhostParijs, Île-de-France, Frankrijk
Tiny house aangeboden door Constance
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LE PASSAGE DE LA REINE DE HONGRIE tiny house. How about staying in a historic site dating from the Middle Ages in the center of Paris? Once upon a time there was a tiny house in Paris, cozy and totally equipped. Close to the pedestrian area Les Halles Montorgueil, the famous shopping center Les Halles, Pompidou Center, LOUVRE Museum, MARAIS district, NOTRE-DAME Cathedral so that all visits to cultural and trendy places are possible. walk in a typical Parisian neighborhood connected to airports!

De ruimte
Located at Passage de la reine de Hongrie , one of the oldest passage of Paris, in the center of Paris near Marais . You will be in one of the most beautiful historical neighborhood of Paris. On the front of the building, a sign and a note from the town hall of Paris tells you the history of this emblematic place. This passage "The passage of the Queen of Hungary" was pierced around 1770. Shortly before the French Revolution, a young woman Julie Becheur of great beauty and who lived there, volunteered to hand over to the Queen Marie Antoinette a petition of protest signed by the workers of Les Halles. The queen is having fun with this daring young woman, to whom she resembles her mother, the Queen of Hungary. Back in the passage, the anecdote so seduced the colleagues of Julie Bécheur that the nickname remained him, and the place itself was named as well.

In the heart of historic Paris, "The passage of the Queen of Hungary" is a mini-house that looks like a little cocoon in a place steeped in history. This pleasant and functional mini-house studio is located in the heart of the passage in the center of Paris in a renovated historic building. Heart of Paris, Louvre, Salles, so that all the ballads and visits of cultural and trendy places are possible on foot.

The passage of the Queen of Hungary is located on the ground floor in an inner courtyard.

Ideal for a couple getaway in Paris, it is equipped with a convertible sofa rapido comfort + mattress bultex 140x200cm size and a bunk bed 90x200 cm size (dated of May 2018).

In the kitchen you will find all the comforts (fridge freezer, microwave oven, dishwasher, ceramic hob, extractor hood, coffee maker, toaster, kettle and all dishes ...).


In the bathroom (shower, toilet, double basin sink, body and hair soap, hand soap, washing machine and dryer 2 in 1, hair dryer ...).

For maximum comfort: TV, WIFI, cleaning kit, vacuum cleaner, iron and ironing board and even disposable slippers, tea, coffee, and condiments ...).

Toegang voor gasten
whole housing

Andere dingen waar je op moet letten
To read: The accommodation is consistent with the photos, there are many to prepare your visit and showing you the layout of the elements such as the open or closed sofa bed, the mezzanine, the washer dryer 2 in 1, the lava dishes and many other details. Do not expect more.

The cleaning fee also includes the cleaning fee for all linens by an external provider (sheets, duvet, pillows, towels ...). The supply of all products for your stay (toilet paper, kitchen paper, hand soap, body and hair soap, disposable slippers, coffee pods, tea, and many other things ...).

You are located in the heart of Paris, in a place that is part of the history of Paris, very close to transport.

Most popular places of interest:

Louvre Museum 0.7 km

Notre Dame Cathedral 1.2 km

Opera Garnier 1.4 km

Comédie Caumartin Theater 1.6 km

East Station 1.6 km

Subway Gare de l'Est 1.6 km

Mathurins Theater 1.8 km

Opera Bastille 2.2 km

Sacred Heart 2.6 km

Arc of Triumph 3.9 km

Vergunningsnummer
7510101427938
LE PASSAGE DE LA REINE DE HONGRIE tiny house. How about staying in a historic site dating from the Middle Ages in the center of Paris? Once upon a time there was a tiny house in Paris, cozy and totally equipped. Close to the pedestrian area Les Halles Montorgueil, the famous shopping center Les Halles, Pompidou Center, LOUVRE Museum, MARAIS district, NOTRE-DAME Cathedral so that all visits to cultural and trendy places are possible. walk in a typical Parisian neighborhood connected to airports!

De ruimte
Located at Passage de la reine de Hongrie , one of the oldest passage of Paris, in the center of Paris near Marais . You will be in one of the most beautiful historical neighborhood of Paris. On the front of the building, a sign and a note from the town hall of Paris tells you the history of this emblematic place. This passage "The passage of the Queen of Hungary" was pierced around 1770. Shortly before the French Revolution, a young woman Julie Becheur of great beauty and who lived there, volunteered to hand over to the Queen Marie Antoinette a petition of protest signed by the workers of Les Halles. The queen is having fun with this daring young woman, to whom she resembles her mother, the Queen of Hungary. Back in…

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Parijs, Île-de-France, Frankrijk

The district of Les Halles is one of the oldest in Paris, it dates from the beginning of the Middle Ages.

The district Les Halles / Marais is a very important historical district of the city of Paris which is characterized aesthetically by having more or less escaped the restructuring of the city by Baron Haussmann in the nineteenth century. The soil moisture of the Marais district has prevented large-scale work, which is why the streets and houses of the neighborhood are still tortuous, since they are simply from the Middle Ages. What to do and see in this area! It will take well over a weekend to go around, and almost a lifetime to know all the secrets! Here culture is everywhere! You are spoiled for choice between the Picasso Museum, the Holocaust Memorial, the Carnavalet Museum, the house of Victor Hugo, and the icing on the cake: the Pompidou Center that should not be missed for anything in the world. Trade and shopping level, it's simply paradise. The small delicatessens with products imported from the United States and Asia side by side with the cafes, bars and trendy restaurants and the most hype art galleries of the capital. The Sunday walk in the Marais district is a Parisian tradition. There's nothing like taking an ice cream at Berthillon's on Île Saint Louis, before sinking into the Marais, trying clothes in trendy thrift stores, drinking a bubble tea while looking at the shop windows of the big and big designers. couturiers. The Forum des Halles will delight those who like to spend time in shopping centers, and the UGC cinema Les Halles will delight film lovers with its many rooms, not to mention the Forum des Images which offers retrospectives and very interesting talks on the 7th art. In the Halles and the Marais, life is sweet and stylish; but life is expensive. Real estate prices are frightening because the neighborhood attracts a clientele that has a lot of money. But nothing prevents the walk, and the shops are so many and varied, that everyone can find an address tailored to his needs, his desires, and his wallet.

Montorgueil street (it's hard to say, is not it?) Is a street of the 1st and 2nd arrondissements in Paris. Lined with restaurants, bistros, cafes, bars, bakeries, shops (fishmongers, cheese shops, wines, fruits and vegetables), rue Montorgueil is one of the most famous places in Paris, where Parisians like to have a drink after work . It is surrounded by other pleasant streets: rue Etienne Marcel, rue Tiquetonne, rue Montmartre ... The Rambuteau street also has many shops. It extends from the Saint-Eustache church and the Forum Les Halles to the Pompidou Center and the Marais (Rambuteau street becomes rue des Francs-Bourgeois).

It's a pedestrian zone in the heart of Paris where you will meet all types of Parisian Bo-Bo (for "Bourgeois Bohemian") or hipsters. The district of Montorgueil street is a village-cocoon located in the bustling center of the French capital. Here, the heritage of the city has been preserved.
Rue Montorgueil means "Mount Pride" and takes its name from the hilly area on which the street was built. The historic houses are decorated with elaborate ironwork: numbers 17, 23 and 25. Some buildings also have painted facades.

What to do there?
Shopping First of all, it’s a nice area if you like shopping. Many brands are here competing with the Forum Les Halles (one entrance is Rue Rambuteau, just in front of the metro Les Halles exit, Line 4): it contains the largest indoor and underground shopping mall in centre of Paris.

• Rue Montmartre – Yaya Store, 55: nice choice of “bo-bo” clothes – 58m, 58: perhaps the most specialized shoes store in Paris – Freelance, 54: French shoes store, made in France! Cocorico!
• Rue Montorgueil – I love, 48: fashionable and nice colourful clothes – Leho, 17: cheap and chic is the leitmotiv here!
• Rue Tiquetonne – Espace Kiliwatch, 64: the temple of vintage clothing – Pilone, 56: the best way to decorate your home sweet home with funny items!
• Rue Etienne Marcel Many retail chains: Comptoir des Cotonniers, Naf Naf, Sandro…

Eating

• Rue Montmartre Le Tambour, 41: if you have a huge appetite and if you like traditional French food Il campionissimo, 98: one of the best pizza place in the world
• Rue Montorgueil L’Escargot, 38: founded in 1875 by chef Mignard Jet Lag, 3: sunny terrace and friendly staff La Maison Stohrer, 51: this bakery was established in 1730 and is one of the oldest bakeries in Paris. The “baba au rhum” was created there.
• Rue Tiquetonne Café Etienne Marcel, 64: funky design and incredible carrot juice Le Café, 62: daily fresh and generous menus

What to see there?
• Saint-Eustache Church Located at the beginning of Rue Montmartre/Rue Montorgueil, at the entrance of Forum Les Halles, the church was built between 1532 and 1632. It is considered as a masterpiece of late Gothic architecture. Young Louis XIV received communion there and Mozart also chose the sanctuary for his mother’s funeral. Today, the church is well known for its organ concerts.
• Tower of Fearless Jean Located at 20, Rue Etienne Marcel, just a few steps from the metro exit, the medieval tower is known as La Tour Jean-Sans-Peur. You can climb a spiral staircase to visit some of the original rooms. The tower was erected in the early 15th century by “Fearless Jean”, the Duke of Burgundy.
• Centre Pompidou “Paris Design Attitude – Andrée Putman & Beaubourg”.

How to get there?
Metro: Etienne Marcel (Line 4), Sentier (Line 3), Réaumur Sebastopol (Lines 3 and 4).
The district of Les Halles is one of the oldest in Paris, it dates from the beginning of the Middle Ages.

The district Les Halles / Marais is a very important historical district of the city of Paris…

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Lid sinds mei 2017
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Hello, I am Constance, i'm in my thirties, hyper-active, mother of 2 child, I work and am amateur musician, enjoying life, I love gastronomy, ballads, and also decoration. I love Paris, its history and its monuments. Despite my life at 200 per hour, I always make sure to respond as quickly as possible to requests and questions from my guests on AIRBNB messaging. I also provide a lot of information and a welcome booklet for my guests. I have two modest properties located in Paris in my favorite neighborhoods and whose decoration I thought by putting all my heart. I would love to share it with you. I am always happy to welcome nice and honest guests coming in a good state of mind! The concierge always makes sure to prepare the accommodation perfectly with little touches for my guests. My motto is: "We must always aim for the moon, because even if we fail, we land in the stars" Oscar Wilde. Looking forward to welcoming you soon. Constance
Hello, I am Constance, i'm in my thirties, hyper-active, mother of 2 child, I work and am amateur musician, enjoying life, I love gastronomy, ballads, and also decoration. I love P…
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Despite my life at 200 per hour, I always make sure to respond as quickly as possible to requests and questions from my guests on AIRBNB messaging. I also provide a lot of information and a welcome booklet for my guests.
Discreet, I remain nevertheless at your disposal for all needs.

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