Apartments in the famous districts of Paris

Paris 9 101 Apartments
Paris 9 101 Apartments
Paris 9 101 Apartments
Paris 9 101 Apartments
Paris 9 101 Apartments
Paris 9 101 Apartments
Paris 9 101 Apartments
Paris 9 101 Apartments
Paris 9 101 Apartments

9th

9th Arrondissement

The southern edge of the 9th, with its wide Haussmannian boulevards, is home to the headquarters of large banks and corporations, as well as the flagship branches of the Galeries Lafayette and Printemps department stores. There are grand and spacious apartments to be ...

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Paris 2 89 Apartments
Paris 2 89 Apartments
Paris 2 89 Apartments

2nd

2nd Arrondissement

Named for the Paris stock market (“la Bourse”), which is still to be found in the same location it has occupied since the early nineteenth century, the 2nd is the city’s central business district and the smallest of all the arrondissements. There are some lovely ...

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Paris 5 79 Apartments
Paris 5 79 Apartments
Paris 5 79 Apartments
Paris 5 79 Apartments
Paris 5 79 Apartments
Paris 5 79 Apartments
Paris 5 79 Apartments
Paris 5 79 Apartments
Paris 5 79 Apartments

5th

5th Arrondissement

The 5th is home to Paris’s greatest university, the Sorbonne, and is at the heart of the Latin Quarter. The area has been gentrified in recent years but the students keep it lively and the art-house cinemas, ethnic restaurants, and vintage clothes shops, as well as ...

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Paris 3 78 Apartments
Paris 3 78 Apartments
Paris 3 78 Apartments
Paris 3 78 Apartments
Paris 3 78 Apartments

3rd

3rd Arrondissement

The 3rd arrondissement contains the quieter and arguably more pleasing section of the Marais neighbourhood (the bustling part of the Marais is in the 4th) and retains a strong flavour of its medieval origins. That old-world charm is reflected in apartments that have ...

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Paris 10 53 Apartments
Paris 10 53 Apartments
Paris 10 53 Apartments

10th Arrondissement

The newly revamped Place de la République is at the intersection of three arrondissements: the 3rd, the 10th and the 11th. Head north and you reach the Gare du Nord. Occupying the square kilometre between the station and the Grands Boulevards is the trendy ...

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Paris 14 51 Apartments
Paris 14 51 Apartments
Paris 14 51 Apartments
Paris 14 51 Apartments
Paris 14 51 Apartments

14th Arrondissement

The 14th takes in most of the district known as Montparnasse and views of the area are dominated by the unlovely Tour Montparnasse (itself located in the 15th), one of central Paris’s only skyscrapers. Once a haven for artists in flight from the escalating rents in ...

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Paris 12 35 Apartments
Paris 12 35 Apartments
Paris 12 35 Apartments
Paris 12 35 Apartments
Paris 12 35 Apartments
Paris 12 35 Apartments

12th Arrondissement

The 12th has come up in the world ever since the arrival in the area of two of Paris’s foremost cultural attractions, bringing hip bars and restaurants in their wake. The first is the Cinémathèque Française, housed in a building designed by Frank Gehry, in the ...

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Paris 13 21 Apartments
Paris 13 21 Apartments

13th Arrondissement

The Gobelins neighbourhood in the west of the arrondissement retains a medieval feel and just south of the Place d’Italie is the village-like Butte-aux-Cailles, with cobbled streets, pretty squares and plenty of traditional bistros. Beyond that is Paris’s large ...

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Paris 20 19 Apartments
Paris 20 19 Apartments

20th Arrondissement

The neighbourhoods of Ménilmontant and Belleville are still largely working class districts that, since the middle of the 19th century, have welcomed wave after wave of immigrants. That history is reflected in a vast array of multi-ethnic restaurants, cafés and food ...

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Paris 19 12 Apartments
Paris 19 12 Apartments

19th Arrondissement

The once run-down 19th has become increasingly smart in recent years and is popular with families looking to climb the first rung on the Parisian property ladder and with students and young professionals looking for lower rents. The large, informal Parc des ...

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