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67 Boulevard De Sebastopol 75002 Paris

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67 Boulevard De Sebastopol 75002 Paris

Could I get some feedback to whether this address for an apartment rental for 4 nights would be ok. I have seen some posts which speak of st.denis the next street over being "seedy".

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1. Re: 67 Boulevard De Sebastopol 75002 Paris

You should be fine there. The other side of Rue de Turbigo, there is a block or two of Rue St-Denis which is one of the red light districts of Paris. It is a bit tacky, but not in any way dangerous. And a couple of blocks from your address.

Why not have a look around yourself? Go to maps.google.com and put in the apartment address. Then grab the little yellow man at top left and drag him to the location of your apartment. You will get Streetview, and you can "walk" around the area.

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2. Re: 67 Boulevard De Sebastopol 75002 Paris

Boulevard de Sébastopol is part of the busiest north/south axis through the center of Paris, so there is no time, day or night, when it is quiet or unpopulated. If the apartment faces the boulevard, this can be an element to take into consideration.

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