all I have pleasure to make you discover Paris city where I live since mes18 years.
Is he still need to present? A highly touristy area, but which still remains one of the most charming of the capital. Special mention for the Abbesses area, typically Parisian, and even more views of Paris.
See: the Sacre Coeur, Abbesses, beards, the Place du Tertre.
One of the oldest district of the capital, it is also one of the trendiest neighborhoods, with a host of restaurants, cafes, bars, shops, add to that several museums.
See: the Picasso Museum, Place des Vosges, the Carnavalet Museum, the Red children's market...
The Latin quarter.
Mythical area of Paris, in the 5th arrondissement, the setting is outstanding around the Sorbonne, along the street of schools and in the friendly and lively street Mouffetard.
See: the Sorbonne, the Pantheon, the street Mouffetard, the Jardin des plantes, the Lutèce arenas...
Saint-Germain - Odéon.
In the heart of Paris, the Saint-André des Arts at Odeon square, up to the Luxembourg Garden, a dive in the chic and trendy Paris.
See: the Luxembourg Garden, Palace of the Luxembourg - Senate, the Odeon theater, new bridge, bridge of the Arts, Café de Flore, Café of two Magots...
Two not the lively of Oberkampf, the channel enjoys a quiet atmosphere, for a decoration very romantic...
The Chinatown in the 13th arrondissement.
With a little imagination you will forget maybe you are in Paris, the urban landscape that is offered to you and the people around will carry you in one of these gigantic Asian metropolises.
Belleville and Ménilmontant.
For their popular, cosmopolitan and artistic atmosphere. Horse on the 19th and the 20th century these two neighborhoods discover strolling, enjoy the Park of Buttes Chaumont, walk down the street of Belle-city, take a look at the street Doyenez, completely graffee, step back to the beautiful city park...
To Ménilmontant, passage forced to Père Lachaise and to the cited Aubry, a small treasure carefully hidden, attached to the wall is a tiny Parisian neighborhood of the cemetery, or meet craftsmen and small houses with garden.
The place of the Bastille is the regular venue of different event, she is also very popular for its many cafes, restaurants, cinemas and nightclubs. (mainly located in the Lappé Street).
See: the column of July - the Opera Bastille, behind
The mound at the quail.
Quaint little neighborhood located in the 13th arrondissement of Paris, built on a high Hill of 62 m which overhung the river Bièvre until that this be made underground in the early twentieth century. One of the peculiarities of this area is the lack of large building, this fact is explained by the presence of limestone under the Hill quarry, thus preventing the construction of buildings, heavy and giving to the mound at the quail the charm of a small town in central Paris.
The Indian district of Paris.
The Indian neighborhood in Paris is next to the underground chapel in the North of the capital, not far from the gare du Nord. It is called Indian neighborhood, but in fact it also hosts people from Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh. You can find clothing stores, Indian restaurants and stores videos and CDs of Bollywood films, as well as grocery stores with everything you need to prepare an Indian meal.
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