Paris districts...
 

Arrondissements

 

When considering where you want to be located within the city of Paris it's about choosing the right district and hotel / accommodation to suit your requirements and budget.. although, anywhere within the city boundaries will give you easy access to its delights due its modern and efficient (most of the time) transport system.

 

For more information click on map or photographs below or links to the right... 

 

 

1.Louvre  2.Bourse
3.Temple  4.Hôtel-de-Ville
5.Panthéon   6.Luxembourg
7.Palais-Bourbon   8.Élysée
 9 .Opéra  10.Enclos-St-Laurent
11.Popincourt 12.Reuilly
13.Gobelins 14.Observatoire
15.Vaugirard 16.Passy
17.Batignolles 18.Butte-Montmartre
19.Buttes-Chaumont 20.Ménilmontant
  
   

Paris is divided into 20 administrative districts called arrondissemants. Beginning at the centre of the city, with the 1st, they then spiral out in a clockwise direction to the 20th. Each of these districts has its own attractions and character. For your holiday in Paris you really don't need to know the arrondissements but it is a good way to divide up the city into manageable tourist destinations and attractions.

 

   1st 'Louvre'

2nd 'Bourse'

3rd 'Temple'

  4th 'Hôtel-de-Ville' 

5th.'Panthéon'

 6th.'Luxembourg'

 7th.'Palais-Bourbon'

8.'Élysée'

 9 .'Opéra'

10.Enclos-St-Laurent

11.Popincourt

12.Reuilly

13.Gobelins

14.Observatoire

15.Vaugirard

16.Passy

17.Batignolles

18.Butte-Montmartre

19.Buttes-Chaumont

20.Ménilmontant

!8th district for Sacre Couer and Montmartre