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1st Arr. Louvre

The geographical center of Paris and a haven for tourists. The Louvre, the world's finest museum is located here as well as Le Palais Royal. Walk in the Tuileries Gardens, opposite the Pyramid. Place Vendôme is home to Paris' jewelers Van Cleef & Arpels and Boucheron.

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2nd Arr. Bourse

A great place to sample typical Parisian atmosphere: little passageways and arcades full of shops and small cafés. The Paris Stock Market (the Bourse) is also here. Also west from Rue de Richelieu is the theatre district with over a dozen theatres including L'Opera Garnier. The Bibliothèque Nationale is also located here.

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3rd Arr. Temple

Along with the 4th District this neighborhood makes up the Marais, one of the oldest neighborhoods in Paris. Many 17th century mansions that once housed the noblest families in Paris are still to be seen in this quiet neighborhood. The Picasso Museum is located here.

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4th Arr. Hôtel-de-Ville

A lively neighborhood with a strong alternative lifestyle scene as well as lots of trendy bars, shops, and restaurants. The rue des Rosiers is a centerpiece of Jewish lifestyle in Paris and the Ile St. Louis and the Ile de la Cité are the oldest parts of Paris.

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5th Arr. Panthéon

The 5th District together with the 6th district as known as the famous Latin Quarter, which takes its name from the Sorbonne, the University of Paris, where Latin was the common tongue for all students from the Middle Ages. .

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6th Arr. Luxembourg

Saint-Germain-des-Prés is a charming district on the South bank of the river Seine. In the 19th century, the district became the meeting place of artists (Delacroix, Ingres, Manet) and writers (Racine, Balzac, Georges Sand).

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7th Arr. Palais-Bourbon

The Eiffel Tower is located here. District 7 is generally called "the ministries district", it also hosts some of Paris' most famous monuments: the Invalides (Napoleon's Tomb), the Champ de Mars and L'Ecole Militaire. Between Quai Voltaire and Rue de l'Université, hundreds of antique dealers will welcome you in Carré Rive Gauche.

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8th Arr. Élysée

The centerpiece of this district is the Avenue des Champs-Elysees, which starts at the Arc de Triomphe and ends on the Place de la Concorde, where Louis XVI lost his head during the Revolution (1793).

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9th Arr. Opéra

A varied area residential area popular with the artistic crowd. The famous Opéra Garnier is located here. Most of all, this district is renowned for its department stores on Boulevard Haussmann: Printemps and the Galeries Lafayette. In the north Pigalle which is Paris' red-light district easily recognizable at night by the illuminated red windmill of the Moulin Rouge, one of the first cabarets opened in Paris in 1889.

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10th Arr. Entrepôt

A bustling hub of activity both day and night, Paris’ 10th arrondissement located in the north east is home to two of the city’s six main railway stations. The up-and-coming neighbourhood is usually packed with bohemian cafés and trendy bars.

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11th Arr. Popincourt

A number of impressive landmarks are situated in Paris’ 11th arrondissement including the famed opera house Opéra Bastille. The area is also popular with fashion-savvy travellers looking for trendy, independent boutiques and local restaurants.

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12th Arr. Reuilly

Paris' Marina is here, spreading from the River Seine to the Place de la Bastille and its fabulous Opera Theatre. The Palais Omnisport Paris-Bercy hosts many spectacular events including concerts and sporting events. East of the city is the Bois de Vincennes, a large park with a lake.

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13th Arr. Gobelins

The 13th arrondissement is one of Paris’ more multicultural neighbourhoods filled with classic buildings next to modern high-rises. Located just off the river Seine is the Bibliothèque Nationale François Mitterrand, while many visitors are attracted to the neighbourhood’s array of authentic Chinese and Vietnamese restaurants.

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14th Arr. Observatoire

A Bohemian corner of Paris, the 14th arrondissement is filled with understated eateries and historic bistros. Some of the neighbourhood’s most interesting spots include the Montparnasse Cemetery, where Sartre and other notable people are buried, and the incredible underground tunnels of Catacombes de Paris.

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15th Arr. Vaugirard

The 15th arrondissement is situated on the left bank of the River Seine, and is the home of the tallest skyscraper in Paris as well as the celebrated Musée Bourdelle. On the river is the beautiful Parc André Citroë, which attracts families and tourists from across the world.

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16th Arr. Passy

Some of the world’s most renowned museums and galleries are based in the 16th arrondissement like the famed Fondation Louis Vuitton and contemporary art space Palais de Tokyo. The neighbourhood’s upscale shopping streets, lined with swanky restaurants and luxury stores, are also a destination for many visitors.

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17th Arr. Batignolles-Monceau

This diverse district is made up of many small neighborhoods. Market streets and local crafts are found on every corner. It borders the Arc de Triomphe and is easily accessible to the Champs Elysees.

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18th Arr. Butte-Montmartre

Popular with film-lovers, the 18th arrondissement is where the iconic Moulin Rouge is located. The edgy neighbourhood, once the home of Picasso and Dali, encompasses the former artists’ village Montmartre and the spectacular Sacré-Cœur basilica.

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19th Arr. Buttes-Chaumont

The Parc des Buttes Chaumont. A residential neighborhood with many ethnic restaurants and shops.

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20th Arr. Ménilmontant

Formerly Paris’ industrial hub, the 20th arrondissement is full of street art, low-key bars and trendy art galleries. The neighbourhood is perhaps most famous for the Père Lachaise Cemetery where the likes of Oscar Wilde and Jim Morrison are buried.

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La Defence

Known for being the biggest purpose-built business district in Europe, La Défense is perfect for those that want a taste of metropolitan life. The neighbourhood also hosts a popular open-air museum, which includes work by Joan Miró and Alexander Calder among others.