Paris Area Guide
Each one has its own attractions, sites, charme and personal flair! Come to Paris and enjoy the beauty of this fantastic city!
The 3rd district houses the famous Musée Picasso with wonderful pictures of the ingenious artist and Musée Carnavalet, the best source if you want to find out more about the history of Paris. The glorious gothic cathedral Notre Dame can be seen in the 4th district, as well as the Centre Pompidou, hosting Paris most famous modern art collection and is therefore one of its main attractions.
Sick of seeing the Eiffel Tower only on postcards? Then you have to visit the 7th district and enjoy the unique view from the top of this Parisian Monument. Apart from the Eiffel tower are other sites to see, such as the Musée de Orsay for devoted art lovers and the Hôtel des Invalides, the tomb of Napoleon Bonaparte.
In the 9th district are even more famous attractions for you to see! Fans of the theatre have to visit the Opera Garnier, which will entertain you with its worldclass performances. This district is also well known as an excellent shopping destination.
The Opera Culture of Paris continues in the 11th district in the Bastille, also known for sparking the French Revolution. It offers a vibrant and youthful nightlife of Paris thanks to all the students and young entrepreneurs living there. The streets are lined with pubs, clubs, bars and restaurants and provide entertainment throughtout the week.
From the top of the Tower of Montparnasse you will have a beautiful view all over the city. This tower is the highest skyscraper in Paris and is embeded between the old houses of the 14th district. There you can also submerge into the Catacombs of Paris which go on for miles.
The well known Moulin Rouge lies inside the 18th district of Paris, as well as the beautiful Sacré Coeur, which is a sight itself but also offers a wonderful view over Paris from its position on Montmartre.
Another possibility to relax is given in the 19th district with Paris largest public park, the Parc des Buttes Chaumont.
And last, but not least, in the 20th district lies the largest cemetery, the Pere Lachaise Cemetery, were the mayority of Paris' famous people are buried.