Neuilly-sur-Seine is an upscale suburb directly adjacent to Paris, situated between the Arc de Triomphe and the iconic Arche de la Défense and right beside the vast Bois de Boulogne. Neuilly thus offers a perfect setting for a relaxed approach to the French capital: a métro line takes you into the centre of Paris within 20 minutes, and if you want a break from the hustle and bustle you can stay in the area and enjoy a coffee at a terrace or go for a stroll along the wooded avenues of the Bois de Boulogne. Neuilly-sur-Seine also offers a surprising amount of local culture and has a wide range of activities for all ages on offer.
Renting holiday accommodation in Neuilly-sur-Seine
Neuilly-sur-Seine is often called the “richest city in France” due to its high density in bourgeois accommodation. However you don't need to be rich to book a holiday rental here and experience life on the outskirts of one of the most fascinating cities Europe has to offer. Self-catering apartments in Neuilly-sur-Seine offer proximity to the posh Champs Elysées without the corresponding price tag. They also allow you to avoid the notoriously tiny hotel rooms in Paris, which is particularly convenient if you are travelling with children.
Where to stay in Neuilly-sur-Seine
Have a look at the user-friendly website of HouseTrip.com to explore a wide range of Neuilly-sur-Seine apartments and rentals. Whether you want to book a stylish loft with all modern amenities and direct views over the Seine river, or whether you prefer a cosy, typically Parisian apartment on the second floor of a period building, you will definitely find what you want. With self-catering accommodation you can experience a city completely differently, away from the tourist hot spots and at your own leisure. Get some truly fresh croissants from the corner bakery in the morning and take your time savouring your home-made cup of tea before getting ready for yet another exciting day in Paris!
Neuilly-sur-Seine with the family
Of course even if you are staying in Neuilly-sur-Seine you will want to take the trip into Paris on the 1 metro line and visit sights such as the Eiffel Tower, the Ile de la Cité with Notre Dame and the beautiful Sainte Chapelle, or the Louvre. You can also rent one of the Vélib' bikes that are so popular among Parisians to get a better feel for the city. If you want a refreshing break why not take the kids to the impressive public pool at the Centre Aquatique in Neuilly which has both inside and outside swimming pools. In the evening, catch a show at the Théâtre des Sablons, where you will find music and dance as well as theatre on offer.