Champs Elysées, Monceau, Trocadero, Passy


The West of Paris extends from the Champs-Elysées to Parc Monceau, via the Trocadero and Bois de Boulogne… Don’t forget the Avenue Montaigne and the "Golden Triangle" shopping area.

  

 8 - Champs-Elysées 

17 - Porte Maillot, Palais des Congrès

16 - Auteuil, Passy 


 

 


Tour Eiffel, Invalides, Saint Germain des Prés, Quartier Latin.

 

The left bank of the center of the city includes the Eiffel Tower, Invalides, St Germain des Prés and the Latin Quarter. 

 

5 - Latin Quarter  

6 -  Saint Germain des Prés

7 - Eiffel Tower & Invalides  

 

 


Montmartre, Opéra , Galerie Lafayette, Canal St Martin

 

The North of Paris extends from the Sacré Coeur and Pigalle through to Opéra and the famous Galeries Lafayette and Printemps department stores. Canal Saint Martin and the two train stations gare du Nord and gare de l’est are located in this area.

 

  9 - Opéra 

10 - République 

18 - Montmartre 


 


Porte de Versailles, Montparnasse


The south of the city stretches from Convention in the west to the chinese district. In the middle, you will find Montparnasse train station and Parc des expositions.

 

 14 - Montparnasse

15 - Porte de Versailles, Parc des Expositions

 

 

 


Charonne, Père Lachaise, Nation, Bercy 


The east of Paris includes the Buttes Chaumont, the famous cemetery Père Lachaise and Nation. Moving through the trendy area of Charonne to Bercy and gare de Lyon train station.



11 - Bastille

12 & 20 - Bercy, Gare de Lyon





Opéra et Place Vendôme, St Honoré, Le Marais, Châtelet les Halles 

 


The right bank of the center of the city consists of the Marais, Pompidou Center, Les Halles, Rue Saint Honoré, place Vendôme and the Montorgueil area.

 

1 & 2 - Louvre St Honoré, Châtelet les Halles, Place Vendôme 

3 & 4 - Le Marais & Beaubourg

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