These village-like districts each have a specific atmosphere, their own identity forged by local communities, history, the customs of local residents, or new development projects. Coexisting within the same arrondissement are crowded spots, residential areas, trendy districts and very ‘popular’ places, famous parks and secret green spaces, internationally renowned museums and unusual places to visit.
Paris is indeed a city with a historic centre and major attractions, but above all, it is an ensemble of districts all with exciting things to discover and outskirts that are undergoing major development.
Here is a snapshot of the spirit and diversity that each arrondissement conveys, and especially of each of the separate parts of which they are made up!
|Press file Paris districts and suburbs 2019|