The unofficial name of the 13th arrondissement is Chinatown. Many immigrants from Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Thailand and China live in this district. Parisian Chinatown is somewhat reminiscent of the Vatican. True, it can not be called a state within a state, but rather a city within a city.
The 12th arrondissement is the eastern Paris. You won't find any key sights here, but it will be very convenient for a tourist to stay in this district.
The 11th arrondissement of Paris is home to thousands of Parisians, not interesting for tourists, but so native. This post will tell you whether you should live in the 11th arrondissement.
Accommodation in Paris can not be called budget, perhaps, you may have already noticed it, but in the 10th arrondissement of Paris you can find inexpensive options, and this is not accidental, because this area is notorious.
The Ninth arrondissement is all about Grand Boulevards, exquisite shopping malls, the grand Opera House, wide streets with sidewalks and sometimes even trees. It's a pleasure to be here!
The 8th arrondissement is, first of all, the most famous avenue in the world called the Champs-Elysees, and thus one of the most beautiful areas of the city, adjoining directly to the historic center.
The 5th arrondissement is one of the oldest districts of the city, beautiful and safe. Its main difference from other districts is that the main educational institutions are concentrated here, which means that there are more students here than tourists.
The 4th arrondissement of Paris is located on the right bank of the Seine and includes the island of Saint-Louis and the eastern part of the island of Cité. Here you will find many charming churches, palaces and streets.
The 3rd arrondissement of Paris is beautiful! It brings together old mansions and museums, romantic narrow streets and the house of Cardinal Richelieu himself. There are no wide boulevards and impressive parks, but you can easily imagine how the main city of France looked 200, 300 or even 600 years ago.
In previous issues we began to tell you about the districts of Paris and today we will continue to talk about this topic. And if the 1st arrondissement is the heart of the capital with the most expensive hotels and boutiques, the 2nd arrondissement is...
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