How Paris is arranged
The oldest part of the French capital, on which there are many attractions of Paris. The first district spread out on the right bank of the Seine, in addition, it includes more and part of the island.
For those interested in shopping shopping in the area you can do in the underground shopping center forum Les Halles or on Rivoli Street with a lot of large stores and small boutiques.
Sightseeing: Elysee Fields, Arch Carriage, Louvre Museum, Tuilery Garden, Saint Chapel, Concorder Square, Conciergeri, Palee Royal, Vandom Square and Vandom Column, Comedy Frances.
2 District: Exchange (Bourse)
The smallest of the districts are located on the right bank of Paris and is known, among other things, also quite expensive real estate. The financial life of the city is concentrated here, the center of the district can conventionally designate the building of the Exchange, where trading are held from the 19th century. In the same area there are headquarters of many banks.
In addition, the Sentier quarter is located here – the wholesale center of fabrics, leather goods and furs.
Attractions: National Library, Paris Stock Exchange.
3 District: Tampl (Temple)
Right-Bank District with an amazing and rich history, the center of which is the Quarter Marhe. Once there were arranged here – and many have been preserved to this day – the magnificent mansions of Paris know, then this area turned out to be abandoned and the flows of emigrants were kicked.
At the end of the 20th century, the 3rd district of Paris was again entered into fashion and became one of the most elite and prestigious urban areas. This is a fairly popular tourist center, where in addition to interesting architecture and vintage beautiful streets there are also famous museums of art and painting.
Attractions: Part of the Quarter Marhe, Picasso Museum, Carnival Museum, Museum of Arts and Crafts, Museum of Hunting and Nature, Museum of Dolls.
4 District: Hotel de Ville (Hotel-de-Ville)
The district on the right bank of the hay includes a lot of interesting and old monuments and squares. For example, it is here, on the area of the hotel de Ville, a few hundred years ago, there were demonstration executions of prisoners, and it was over these squares and the streets who walked the heroes of Alexander Dumas and other no less reln novelists of France.
From here, from the famous Island, the history of Birth of Paris and all of France began. As in any other place, we are often popular, restaurants in the area are often quite expensive and do not always leave unforgettable impressions. In other words – dinner can be expensive and not necessarily delicious.
Sightseeing: Part of the Quarter Marhe, Vogzov Square, City Hall Building on Grevskaya Square, Center for Contemporary Art. George Pompidou, Museum of Magic, St. Louis Island, as well as most of the island of Sita, including the Cathedral of Notre Dame de Paris, Saint-Jacques Tower.
5 District: Pantheon (Pantheon)
The fifth district of Paris on the right bank of the hay is considered one of the oldest and most interesting districts of the city.
This area includes one of the largest tourist streets – Saint-Michel Boulevard. Latin Quarter is also located here with a labyrinth of narrow streets with all sorts of shops (first of all, books), inexpensive student cafes and bistro, pizzerias and restaurants. Among this variety, representatives of many countries and cultures can be found, so, probably, behind the gastronomic experiments, it is here in the fifth district, in the Latin Quarter!
Sights: Lutetsen Arena, Saint-Michel Fountain, Sorbonne University, Pantheon, Latin Quarter.
6 District: Luxembourg (Luxembourg)
This area of the left shore adjoins the Latin Quarter. It is here that the beautiful Luxembourg garden is located with the Palace of the same name, which is now the place of sessions of the French Senate.
In the same sixth district, you can discover a lot of excellent design stores that can be just a find for a real fashionista. There are also a mass of ordinary shops, bookbans and cozy cafes and restaurants to services.
Sights: Luxembourg Garden and Luxembourg Palace, Saint-Germain de Pre, Tsadkina House Museum.
7 District: Paleis-Bourbon (Palais-Bourbon)
This is the famous aristocratic area of Paris with the most expensive apartments and restaurants. It is here, on the left bank of the hay, the symbol of Paris is famous to the world – the famous tower, the creation of Gustava Eiffel engineer.
Sightseeing: Eiffel Tower, Marso Field, Bourbon Palace (National Assembly Building), Museum of Army, Roden Museum, Disabled Cathedral with Tomb Napoleon, Orsay Museum, Bon Marsh Museum.
8 District: Champs Elysee (Elysee)
The Right Bank of the 8th District is unusually attractive for tourists, after all includes an agreement area, L’Etoile Square – Charles de Gaulle, as well as one of the most famous streets of the world – Elysee fields with many shops, boutiques, cafes, cultural institutions, etc.D.
Sights: Triumphal Arch, Small Palace, in which the art museum is located, a large palace with a huge exhibition hall, Church of Madeleine, the Elysée Palace, Stan Lazar, Obelisk on Concord Square, Monscil Park, Alexander III Bridge.
9 District: Opera (Opera)
The Ninth District of Paris – the area on the right bank of the Seine, the center of which is the opera Garnier. This is primarily interested in its architecture created by the design and management of Baron Osman.
Located the 9th district within walking distance from the city center and at the same time there are quite inexpensive prices at prices. Here you can also have a great dinner and find an affordable hotel at the cost of the middle class. Here are the large boulevards, famous for a lot of completely different stores, for every taste and size of the wallet.
Sightseeing: Opera Garnier and Library Museum of Opera Garnier, Department Stores Gallery Lafayette and Printemps, Concert Hall "Olympia", Museum of wax figures Greven, House Museum of Gustava Moro, Museum of Perfume Fragonar, Romantic Life Museum.
10 District: Anklo-Saint-Laurent (Enclos-St-Laurent)
Right-Bank District, where is the East Station and Saint-Martin Channel. Of course, in the area there are shops and cafes, but still we offer with great care to relate to evening walks in this part of Paris, which has a not too good reputation due to the "Red Lantern" district.
Attractions: North and Eastern Stations, Canal Saint-Martin.
11 District: Popancourt (Popincourt)
The center of this area on the right bank of Paris can be noted the Bastille Square. Recently, this district is very popular with young people.
There are many nightclubs, discos, bars, restaurants and cafes, many of which work around the clock. In this part of Paris, the revival reigns in the afternoon, and at night, bikers and informals of the French capital come here. As you know, there are gay parades and different manifestations, and on July 14, this area becomes the center of all Parisian events in the National Day of Bastille Day,.To.It is here that young people, students and tourists flock.
Sights: Smoking Museum, Edith Piaf Museum.
12 District: Ryui (REUILLY)
On the right bank of the Seine is the 12th district, stretching from the building of the Opera, located on the Bastille Square, to the Ventsiensky Forest on the border of Paris at Perphirika Boulevard.
Traditionally, all sorts of artisans settled in this part of the city, so here you will meet not luxurious shops, but small benches with a variety of goods and souvenir shops.
Attractions: Bastille Square and Bastille Opera Building, Vensene Forest, Vensenese Zoo, Berchi Park.
13 District: Gobelins
The Left Bank district of the French capital is the traditional habitat of many emigrants. It is here that the Parisian "China-Town" is located, where Chinese restaurants with inexpensive and delicious food are located on every corner, the cheapest legs with souvenirs, home and clothing goods.
In the Thirteenth County of Paris, not only the Chinese, but also the Japanese, Filipinos, Thais, inhabitants of Vietnam and many other nationalities. Someone there is not even signs and menus in French, everything is written by hieroglyphs.
Real estate here cheap, like accommodation in hotels, but comfort and location may not be quite comfortable.
Sights: Chain Town, Austerlitz Railway Station, Tapestry Manufactory Building.
14 District: Observatory (OBServatoire)
The center of this district on the left bank of Paris we will consider the Monparnasss Quarter, the once focus of artistic life. And now since that time, many legendary cafes have been preserved (for example, "La Rotonde", "Closerie de Lilas" and T.D.) where it was often possible to meet some bohemian personality. Also in this area, many bars, discos and cafes, where jazz play or just a pleasant live music.
There are beautiful parks and gardens where you can relax or just have a good time. There are many shopping centers, and even whole streets with small discount-shops, which will also help brighten up the leisure of the traveler.
Attractions: Catacombs, Station, Monsuri Park.
15 District: Vougirard (VaugiRard)
Probably the most populated left bank. Here is the chief skyscraper of the French capital – the Montparnasss tower, on the top of which is located the observation deck.
In the same area of Paris, you can visit the Aquabulvar entertainment center, as well as the Huge Exhibition Center "Porte De Versaille".
Attractions: Part of Montparnasse District and Montparnasse Tower, Burdela Museum, Center Aquabulvar, Porte De Versaille Exhibition Center.
16 District: Passy (Passy)
This area on the right bank of the hay is considered the most bourgeois district of Paris. He’s heart is a Passy Street, where they are respectable shops and expensive restaurants.
There are many museums in the area, there are also embassies of a number of countries, including Russia.
Attractions: Museum of Humanity, Balzac House Museum, Bakkar Museum, Fake Museum, Trocadero.
17 District: Batignolles-Monceau (Batignolles-Monceau)
A little less respectable, but also a calm area of Paris on the right bank. There is also a number of embassies, as well as the Palace of Congress. Here is very pleasant, calm park – Monceau.
Attractions: Square and Clichum Boulevard.
18 District: Montmartre (Butte-Montmartre)
Here, on the right bank of the Seine, the most romantic district of Paris – Montmartre is located.
On the one hand, this right-bank district retained its artistic traditions – on the area of Tern, many artists sell their paintings. On the other hand, here are the "Red Lights" quarters, focused on Pigal Street.
Sightseeing: Basilica Sacre Cour, Moulin Rouge, Erotic Museum.
19 District: Bute Schomon (Buttes-Chaumont)
Once this right-bank district used unkind glory, but now he is quite landscaped. Currently, Parisian Rest Places are located here – the town of Science and Technology La Villette, where there is a panoramic cinema and several museums, as well as the Park Bid Schomon.
Attractions: BYu Scharomon Park, La Willet Park.
20 District: Menilmontant (Menilmontant)
A slightly troubled right-bank district, where immigrants have long been settled. Here is the second largest "Chin-Town" of Paris.
To cultural "Attractions" This district can be attributed only to the Cemetery of Per Lashez, on which the graves of many cultural and art workers are located.