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Passy, Muette, Trocadéro (16ème arr. Nord)

Paris 16th District’s North area is very large and divided into several sub-districts. 
At the edge of the Bois de Boulogne, Porte de Passy, Porte de la Muette and Porte Dauphine are residential areas with green surrounding and a nearby access to the ‘Périphérique’ ring road.
 
Porte de Passy leads into ‘La Muette’ and ‘Passy’ areas through the magnificent Ranelagh’s gardens. 
The Passy village is an old logging town which became one of the most popular areas of the 16th District while retaining its old charm (with small picturesque streets, several secrets gardens and hidden private mansions) and by developing 2 high end streets (Rue de l’Annonciation and rue de Passy) full of fashions boutiques and luxury shops.
 
Avenue Victor Hugo, thanks to its strategic location is a chic and quiet street where you can enjoy many welcoming restaurants with terrace, luxury shops, some amazing fresh food shops and fresh markets.
 
Trocadero enjoys gardens overlooking the river Seine while offering stunning views of the Eiffel Tower. Within walking distance are many museums (Musée de l’Homme, Musée des Arts Asiatiques, Musée de la Marine sheltered in the magnificent Palais de Chaillot) and key attractions such as the Paris Aquarium or the pleasurable carrousel.
 
In a nutshell, Paris 16th District’s North area is an ideal neighborhood for families and expatriates (O.E.C.D., International schools) who look for a peaceful and quiet area which remains close to the city center. Luxurious furnished apartments are available and most often located in Haussmann’s architecture style buildings with very high standards.
 
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Village d’Auteuil, Porte de Saint Cloud (16ème arr. Sud), Boulogne-Billancourt

Auteuil, Village d’Auteuil and Porte de Saint-Cloud are located on the South of the 16th district, filled with countryside’s charm and downtown’s benefits.
Boulogne-Billancourt is a charming city located at the border of this area, similar to Auteuil, Village d’Auteuil and Porte de Saint-Cloud.
 
In this area, you will find many well known sporting facilities such as the Parc des Princes or Rolland Garros, and also the famous Bois de Boulogne which is an ideal place especially if you enjoy jogging, walking the dog, wandering with your family walks or simply if you love gardens.
 
At the Village d’Auteuil, you will also discover nice fresh markets and shops offering a very high standard quality in the charming atmosphere of a small town.
Residential, peaceful, safe and close to the ring road access (Périphérique), this neighborhood offers luxurious furnished apartments that perfectly suit families. You will be charmed by the calm and the authenticity of this part of Paris.
 
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Bois de Boulogne : Neuilly-Sur-Seine, Porte Maillot

Chic and glamorous, Western suburbs of Paris attract many expatriates thanks to their strategic location between the business district of La Défense and l’Etoile (Paris).
 
Close to the Bois de Boulogne, Neuilly-sur-Seine is an open city which offers a large variety of shops and gardens such as the children’s favorite 100-year-old Jardin d’Acclimatation.
 
Halfway between Porte Dauphine and Porte Maillot, the recent but already acclaimed and famous Louis Vuitton Foundation is located in the South border of  the Jardin d’Acclimatation (Bois de Boulogne) and will delight lovers of contemporary art.
 
Very looked for and regarded as a posh suburb, delivering the essential benefits and services to a wealthy neighborhood, Neuilly-sur-Seine will also charm you with its architecture, a rich mix of 19th Century buildings, private mansions with gardens and the high standard of its luxury apartments.
 
Porte Maillot, connected to the Arc de Triomphe via the Avenue de la Grande Armée, is mostly a business area, especially around the Palais des Congrès (a National & International trade fairs center but also shopping center, cinema & concert hall) and has a young and dynamic high end working class. 
 
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Parc Monceau, Ternes, Batignolles, Villiers (17ème arr.)

The 17th district of Paris is full of contrasts.
 
On one hand, West of Ternes and Monceau, is the most exclusive part of this district :
- Near the Parc Monceau, beautiful flowered garden, surrounded by private mansions, ideal for relaxation and jogging;
- With the Place des Ternes and its surroundings like the upmarket Poncelet Market and many cafés, breweries and terraces. 
 
Architecture styles consist mainly of large Haussmann buildings with high standards. It remains a quiet, affluent and family prone neighborhood.
 
On the other hand, the Batignolles area is more trendy and full of lovely organic shops and  various restaurants.  Buildings are more recent but still in a very charming old design.
The Batignolles square with its English gardens is very popular and particularly liked by families. The atmosphere is welcoming and friendly.

 
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Sacré-Cœur, Montmartre, Pigalle, Saint-Georges, Rochechouart, Barbès, (9ème et 18ème arr.)

At the border of Paris 9th and the 18th district, the Butte Montmartre is a legendary district from a cultural and gastronomic point of view. 
As a passionate of Art, you will find many independent art galleries, concert halls and art house cinemas (such as Studio 28).
 
French reputable restaurants, picturesque cobbled streets dotted with stairs and old street lamps, and the amazing panoramic view of Paris from the magnificent Basilica of Sacré-Coeur, brings charm and authenticity to this unusual and unique neighborhood.
 
Close to the Butte Montmartre, Pigalle is especially, but not only, a night area where, after enjoying a show at the Moulin Rouge, you could entertain in its trendy bars and underground/electro nightclubs.  
 
This cultural mix is also found in Barbès, the oldest comospolitan area in Paris, multi-ethnic with a diverse architecture (mix of new and old buildings).
 
Lower in this area, Saint-Georges and Notre-Dame-de-Lorette are less touristic but more Parisian. The atmosphere there is relaxed and trendy. Rue des Martyrs, connecting Notre-Dame-de-Lorette to the Sacré-Coeur, is really appreciated from locals and tourists for its restaurants and organic shops in which lies an authentic food experience. You will also be charmed by the luxury furnished apartments tastefully decorated.