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Furnished vacation apartments in Paris.

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Furnished vacation apartments in Paris.

Paris Arrondissements

Paris is divided into 20 Arrondissements, or areas. Some of the most famous areas are the 1st arrondissement with the Louvre, the 6th arrondissement with St Germain des Prés, and the 7th arrondissement with the Eiffel Tower. If you do not know in which area you wish to stay, just look at our map, and click on the monument closest to which you wish to stay.

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You can find below a concise overview of the 20 arrondissements and their most important sights and attractions.

Arrondissement 1 - Louvre

The least populated of the 20 arrondissements in Paris is at the geographical center of Paris. Louvre Museum, Royal Palace, Tuileries Gardens, Forum des Halles, Vendôme Square Île de la Cité, Sainte-Chapelle Conciergerie.

Arrondissement 2 - Bourse

Primarily a business district, with the Palais de la Bourse - the former stock exchange - as its most notable landmark. Historic National Library. Historic shopping arcades.

Arrondissement 3 - Temple

Historic Marais district. The Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers (National Conservatory of Arts and Crafts), the Picasso Museum and the Carnavalet Museum

Arrondissement 4 - Hôtel-de-Ville

The 4th arrondissement contains the southern part of the medieval Marais district as well as the Île St-Louis and the eastern part of Île de la Cité, the oldest part of Paris. Notre-Dame Cathedral. Place des Vosges. City hall. Tour St-JacquesCentre Pompidou.

Arrondissement 5 - Panthéon

The Latin Quarter, with the renowned Sorbonne University, is situated in this arrondissement. The Boulevard St-Michel. Panthéon. Val-de-Grâce church. St-Etienne-du-Mont church. Cluny MuseumArènes de Lutèce. Jardin des Plantes.

Arrondissement 6 - Luxembourg

One of the world's greatest parks, the Jardin du Luxembourg, makes this arrondissement popular with locals and visitors alike. Odéon Theatre. Saint Sulpice church. 11th century Saint-Germain des Prés, the oldest abbey church in Paris.

Arrondissement 7 - Palais-Bourbon

Government institutions and major landmarks dominate this upscale arrondissement. Eiffel Tower. The Invalides - with its museums and Napoleon's tomb. Musée d'OrsayMusée Rodin. Musée du Quay Branly.The Palais Bourbon (National Assembly), École Militaire (Military School) and the UNESCO headquarters can also be found in the 7th arrondissement.

Arrondissement 8 - Élysée

The Champs-Élysées - probably the world's most famous boulevard - cuts through this arrondissement from the Place de la Concorde to the Arc de Triomphe. Grand Palais and Petit Palais, The Élysée, the presidential Palace. Madeleine. Monceau Park.

Arrondissement 9 - Opéra

Pigalle does attract its share of tourists thanks to the nearby Moulin Rouge (18th arr). Opéra Garnier. Galeries Lafayette. Sainte-Trinité church.

Arrondissement 10 - Enclos-St-Laurent

Two of Paris's main railway stations - the Gare de l'Est and Gare du Nord - can be found here. Canal Saint-Martin Saint-Vincent-de-Paul church.

Arrondissement 11 - Popincourt

A very low profile arrondissement, mostly residential. The Oberkampf distric.  Cirque d'Hiver (winter circus). St. Ambroise church.

Arrondissement 12 - Reuilly

The large Bastille Opera can be found in this mostly residential area, as well as the Bercy Stadium and the nearby modern Bercy Park. Vincennes park on the east.

Arrondissement 13 - Gobelins

A largely residential neighborhood with the modern National Library as its most significant landmark. Chinatown.

Arrondissement 14 - Observatoire

A lively arrondissement, especially around the Montparnasse Boulevard, where the Tour Maine Montparnasse (located in the adjacent 15th arrondissement) dominates the skyline. Montparnasse Cemetery. The catacombs. Denfert-Rochereau square. The observatory of Paris.

Arrondissement 15 - Vaugirard

This is the largest of the 20 arrondissements in Paris, both in size and population. Tour Maine Montparnasse. Parc André Citroën.

Arrondissement 16 - Passy

Even if the 7th arrondissement may be even more exclusive, the 16th arrondissement has the reputation of being the richest, and only the better-off are able to pay the high rents here. Boulogne park. Palais de Chaillot. Eiffel Tower. Palais de Chaillot.The Musée Guimet.

Arrondissement 17 - Batignolles-Monceau

This is a diverse arrondissement, bordering the grand boulevards in the south and the lowly Pigalle neighborhood in the north. Palais des Congrès.

Arrondissement 18 - Butte-Montmartre

Montmartre, the once bohemian and still village-like district is often inundated with tourists. Sacré-Coeur Basilica. Place du Tertre. Moulin Rouge.

Arrondissement 19 - Buttes-Chaumont

One of Paris's most interesting parks, the Parc des Buttes-Chaumont, is in the middle of this large arrondissement. Parc de la Villette.

Arrondissement 20 - Ménilmontant

This mostly residential, cosmopolitan arrondissement has no real attractions but it still gets its fair share of tourists thanks to the Cimetière du Père-Lachaise.