don't forget to check out the outer districts, where the real people live, work, play, eat, and sleep. I found the immigrant neighborhood of Belleville especially vibrant and colorful, the face of France's future.
Fondest memory: Running around Paris in the middle of the night with crazy Parisian boys right as the sun comes up
The parisian districts : 20
If you have an address and you don't know in wich district it is, don't worry. Look at the zip code. They are like this in Paris: 75001,75002, etc...
75 is the number of Paris and 001, 002, 003, etc.. is the district number.
Paris is in the middle of a big metropol. Don't forget that the official Paris limit is the part inside the ring ('périphérique' in french)
places of interest:
Arc de Triomphe du Carrousel
Fondest memory: Pont Neuf
Pont des Arts
Favorite thing: Each arrondissement have its own city hall - this is the one right across the Pantheon - the Mairie of the 5th arrondissement.
Eiffel tower, boat trip on Seine, museums, night life, modern art exhibitions and fashion shows, museum of parfumes.
Fondest memory: Living in small appartment on Victor Hugo Boulevard some days.
This is the map of all the districts that I discribe in my travelogues. These places are really interesting.
In 10 years, I think that I'll finish my Paris page!!