• The Latin Quarter

    The Quartier Latin is the heart of student Paris—and has been for more than 800 years. France's oldest university,... Read More
  • The Islands

    At the heart of Paris, linked to the banks of the Seine by a series of bridges, are two small islands: Ile St-Louis... Read More
  • Montmartre

    Montmartre has become almost too charming for its own good. Yes, it feels like a village (if you wander off the... Read More
  • Eastern Paris

    The Bastille used to be the star of this area, and a stop here—at the epicenter of the French Revolution—was obligatory.... Read More
  • The Marais

    From swampy to swanky, the Marais has a fascinating history. Like an aging pop star, the quartier has remade itself... Read More
  • Around the Eiffel Tower

    One of Paris's most upscale neighborhoods, the posh 7e arrondissement (where nearly every block affords a view... Read More
  • Champs-elysees

    Make no mistake: the Champs-Élysées, while ceding some of its elegance in recent times, remains the most famous... Read More
  • Around the Louvre

    The neighborhoods from the très chic Faubourg St-Honoré to trendy Les Halles are a study in contrasts, with the... Read More
  • Les Grands Boulevards

    In Belle Époque Paris, the Grands Boulevards were the place to see and be seen: in the cafés, at the opera, or... Read More
  • St-Germain-des-Pres

    If you had to choose the most classically Parisian neighborhood, this would be it. St-Germain-des-Prés has it all:... Read More
  • Western Paris

    Meet Paris at its most prim and proper. This genteel area is a study in smart urban planning, with classical architecture... Read More
  • Montparnasse

    Once a warren of artists' studios and swinging cafés, much of Montparnasse was leveled in the 1960s to make way... Read More