|Special offers for your holiday in Paris this August|
Paris in August you say? Won't everything be closed? Well not at all. There are many great restaurants, bars, cafes, and boulangeries remaining open this August and on top of that the city is less crowded which means less waiting to visit your favorite monuments. And let's not forget all the great happens that the city has put together for the Summer such as Paris Plage, great concerts, Cinema en Plein Air and much more . . .
If you are still hesitant about visit Paris this August, we're giving you even more reasons to come see us with special savings from 10-15% off your Paris vacation apartment rental as well as some amazing price breaks at our partners at Cook'n With Class (a renowned French cooking school in Montmartre).
So don't hesitate any more check out our availability calendar to see if these dates would work for you and be sure to visit our site to view the special offers on a select few.
Check out what our colleagues have to say about what's up in Paris this August at the links at the bottom of this page
Our August Calendar
Visit our site to send us an inquiry at Feels Like Home in Paris
Be sure to check out our special offers page for great last minute savings
We're not just about great rentals. We're also about wonderful services to help make your Paris holiday a memorable and comfortable one.
What to expect from your Feels Like Home in Paris Rental
Articles on Paris in August
Bonjour Paris let's you know what's open in August
Paris by Mouth, What's Open in Paris (restaurant opening this Summer)
Boulangeries open this August
Prête Moi Paris - Why visit Paris in August
Eventful - Events in Paris this August
Sunday, August 11, 2013
Posted by Yetunde at 10:00
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