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1st Arrondissement.

Here you will find the Louvre, Tuilleries Gardens and Rue de Rivoli with it's luxury hotels and shops. Place Vendome has the finest jewellers and Rue St-Honore, one of Paris's most famous shopping streets, full of chic boutiques and  famous designers. Les Halles is now a lively shopping area with pedestrian streets and restaurants.

2nd Arrondissement.

Mainly a business and shopping area. Rue Montorgueil is a pedestrian street lined with cafes, cake and cheese shops. There are many 'passages' in the 2nd district containing many fascinating and specialised shops. These narrow shopping arcades have been restored and display Paris's older character.

3rd Arrondissement.

The Marais was revived in the 1960's and is full of former private 16th and 17th century townhouses, which have now become museums and galleries and public buildings. This is one of the few Paris areas where shops are open on Sundays.

4th Arrondissement.

This area includes a large part of 'Le Marais' and the beautiful Place des Vosges and Pompidou Centre.

It's narrow streets are crammed with Galleries, boutiques ,restaurants, cafes and Bars.

5th Arrondissement.

The 'Latin Quarter'  is a lively area full of cafes, bars, restaurants and cinemas. It is on the Left bank of the Seine and home of the Sorbonne University. Narrow cobbled streets off the large boulevards containing cafes and student bookshops .

6th Arrondissement.

St. Germaine-des-Pres has some of Paris's most celebrated cafes and brasseries, Les Deux Magots, Cafe de Fiore, Brasserie Lipp and Le Procope. Here you will find wonderful antique shops, chic boutiques and shoe shops. The Luxembourg Gardens and excellent restaurants.

7th Arrondissement.

The best know sites are located here. The Eiffel Tower, Les Invalides (Napoleon's Tomb) and the Musee d'Orsay . It encompasses a large part of the left bank.

8th Arrondissement.

The Golden Triangle of Paris, home of world's most famous 'haute couture'  fashion houses. The Champs Elysees and Boulevard Haussmann.  An area with many luxury hotels ,fine restaurants and excellent shopping.

9th Arrondissement.

Wide Boulevards to it's south and the famous stores of Galleries Lafayette's and Printemps. The beautiful Opera Garnier are all here. In the north, it borders the foothills of Montmartre. The many narrow streets harbor small food shops and the occasional fruit and vegetable market.

10th Arrondissement.

Gare du Nord is found here. An area with many North African restaurants and bars.

11th Arrondissement.

'Le quartier de la Bastille' area is becoming increasingly fashionable, offering good value hotels and restaurants. Lively nightlife, often with a latin theme . The western edge borders the Marais.

12th Arrondissement.

Borders the Marais on one side and stretching to the edge of the Bois de Vincennes, a large wooded area of Paris. The Gare de Lyon is here as well as the Bercy Sports Stadium.

13th Arrondissement.

Situated along the Seine, it is mostly a residential district which has recently undergone development.

16th Arrondissement.

A refined and expensive residential district.The famous Trocadero gardens and Palais de Chaillot opposite the Eiffel Tower.

17th Arrondissement.

A refined and elegant residential district with wide avenues radiating out from the Arc de Triumphe.

18th Arrondissement.

Montmartre. A lively area with steep windy streets, small terraces and tiny squares, still maintaining a village atmosphere.Sacre Coeur, Moulin Rouge and Place du Tertre (artists' square). At the bottom of the hill is the night life area  of Paris.


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