The Best Neighbourhoods in Paris (2022)

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Looking up towards the Basilica de Sacre Coeur in Montmartre, Paris © Peter Forsberg / Alamy | © Peter Forsberg / Alamy

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Anna Brooke

31 March 2021

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Negotiate your way around the French capital with Culture Trip’s insider guide to its most fascinating neighbourhoods, from Montmartre to the Latin Quarter and beyond.

Neighbourhoods in Paris are constantly reinventing themselves, as new generations of innovative restaurateurs, art gallerists, mixologists and unique retailers work their way into the diverse fabric of cultures that populate the French capital. The best neighbourhoods in Paris infuse their rich history with new energy, full of the savoir vivre for which Parisians are known.

Charonne

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BEDHAE CHARONNE DISTRICT, PARIS. © John Kellerman / Alamy | © John Kellerman / Alamy

In its tapestry of old industrial buildings and winding residential streets, Charonne has a cool, village-like feel, accentuated by allotment gardens, cobbled passageways and Église Saint-Germain de Charonne, known for its 13th-Century tower and cemetery, one of only two church graveyards left in central Paris. But the area’s also about hip nightlife, starting with Mama Shelter hotel, home to an uber-trendy restaurant and rooftop, and the Flêche d’Or arts and concert venue, set in a former railway station.

Montparnasse

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The famous cafe La Coupole, Paris, France. © Petr Kovalenkov / Alamy | © Petr Kovalenkov / Alamy

Buzzing Montparnasse was once the artistic hub where Picasso and Matisse hung out in cafés and brasseries including La Rotonde and La Coupole, both still going strong in elegant Parisian fashion. The monumental sculptures of Matisse’s teacher, Antoine Bourdelle, are showcased at Musée Bourdelle. But modern Montparnasse is more about shopping than art, with long avenues of chain stores and chic indie boutiques. The city’s best views are to be enjoyed at the top of Tour Montparnasse and its panoramic Ciel de Paris bar-restaurant.

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Latin Quarter

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EPP91X People eating lunch at an oudoor cafe on Rue Mouffetard, Paris, France © Andrew Paul Travel / Alamy | © Andrew Paul Travel / Alamy

With its Seine-side quays and cafes full of Sorbonne students, the Latin Quarter is, no two ways about it, an iconic area. Avoid the tourist-crammed streets around rue de la Harpe, and explore instead the Panthéon, resting place of great French thinkers, and the medieval-themed Musée de Cluny, with its underground Gallo Roman baths. For peace and quiet, you can’t beat the Arènes de Lutèce park set in the vestiges of a Roman amphitheatre, and allow yourself time to explore rue Mouffetard’s street market.

Le Marais

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Gay bars rub shoulders with Renaissance mansions and Jewish dining establishments in the Marais, a warren of narrow streets known for their breathtaking architecture and buzzy vibe. To feed your mind, head to the Musée Picasso and history-themed Musée Carnavalet, both set in former stately homes. There are plenty of art galleries and quaint places to eat under the stone arches of pink-brick Place des Vosges. If you’re a spendthrift, trawl the clothes shops along fashion-forward rue des Francs Bourgeois and rue Vieille du Temple.

La Villette

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P4EN5K MK2 Quai de Seine, cinema, movie theater, Le Bassin de la Villette, La Villette, Paris, France © PE Forsberg / Alamy | © PE Forsberg / Alamy

Successfully turning its back on its former life as an abattoir, La Villette has re-emerged as a coveted park filled with avant-garde architecture – among the highlights are the silver-clad Philharmonie de Paris and the futuristic Cité des Sciences museum complex. In summer, Parc de la Villette’s lawns woo crowds with live concerts and an annual open-air film festival. You can also hire an electric boat from Marin d’Eau Douce and cruise through the park along the Canal de l’Ourcq.

Montmartre

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Montmartre district, cafe in the Rue des Abbesses © GARDEL Bertrand / hemis.fr / Alamy | © GARDEL Bertrand / hemis.fr / Alamy

Montmartre remains a special part of the Parisian landscape, its streets meandering up the legendary slopes in the north of the city. Montmartrois, as the locals are known, are fiercely loyal to their hillside quartier and a rich artistic, independent history has, despite the daily influx of tourists, managed to keep its village ambience. Residents do their shopping at the traiteurs along rue des Abbesses, tuck in for dinner at the hip bistro LouLou Montmartre, known for its views over Paris’s rooftops, or grab an exotic cocktail at Le Très Particulier, perhaps after an opening at the Kadist Art Foundation, a site for head-turning contemporary-art projects.

South Pigalle

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Sure, there are some who lament the way former bars à hôtesses have been taken over by trendy new cocktail bars, such as Dirty Dick. Yet South Pigalle – or SoPi, as it is known – is one of the most happening neighbourhoods in Paris. Think gourmet shops around rue des Martyrs and nocturnal goings-on at the hotspot likes of Le Carmen, composer Georges Bizet’s baroque home-turned-club. New bars and restaurants continue to open in this quarter below Montmartre. Spreading northeast along the pleasant, tree-lined avenue Trudaine, it has plenty of outdoor places where you can park yourself, and there is an organic market every Friday afternoon at Place Anvers.

Belleville-Menilmontant

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Belleville Park | © GARDEL Bertrand / hemis.fr / Alamy

This neighbourhood, once called home by Edith Piaf is evolving rapidly as a buzzing nightlife and art scene. Among the bars on rue de Menilmontant are many old favourites, while new art galleries are cementing the emergence of a young art scene. There are charming corners as well, among them Parc de Belleville and its panoramic views, or the area around Place St Marthe, where the laid-back ambience combines a cosmopolitan vibe, with delightful cuisine from Sicilian and Brazilian to vegetarian.

Oberkampf

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Just down the hill from Menilmontant is the neighbourhood of Oberkampf, which reverberates with things to do after dark, including arty cocktail bars and foodie havens such as Pierre Sang’s French-Korean must-try establishment. There are also a number of West African restaurants concentrated in the streets all around, such as the convivial African Kitchen, loved for its authentic Nigerian cuisine.

Canal Saint-Martin

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The neighbourhood surrounding the Canal Saint-Martin is an established centre of cool, clustered around the nearly-200-year-old waterway, which you can stroll. Try ordering Mexican burritos and tacos from El Nopal and grab a spot outside on the canal. If you prefer table service, there are all kinds of excellent bistros to choose from – we like the hugely popular cheese-themed wine cellar La Vache dans les Vignes. For fashionistas there are the shops of rue Beaurepaire and rue de Marseille, and when you’re thirsty, you’re close to classic neighbourhood haunts: lunch spot Chez Prune, say, or quirky Le Comptoir Général.

Haut Marais

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RX105B Paris food market - People having lunch break in eateries at the Marche des Enfants Rouges in the Marais district of Paris, France. | © Soma / Alamy

An understatedly chic section of the ever-popular Marais, the Haut Marais is perhaps one of the most up-and-coming parts of Paris. It is certainly one of the oldest, with many 17th-century stone mansions, among them the Hôtel Salé, housing the Musée Picasso. The area also has the oldest covered market in Paris, the Marché des Enfants Rouges (dating from 1615), a great spot sizzling with a variety of international cuisines and organic foods. Great cocktail bars include the Little Red Door and Candelaria, and Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac numbers among the area’s top art galleries.

Montorgueil

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The historic food stalls of Les Halles may have long since moved out to Rungis – and yet the charming white-cobblestone pedestrian area of rue Montorgueil still brims with shops for foodie fanatics: from fine purveyors of chocolate and cheeses to boulangeries and fishmongers. Here is also the oldest patisserie in Paris, La Maison Stohrer (since 1730). You can pick up a floral bouquet, sip a coffee or aperitif at one of many pleasant terraces in the area and try escargots in a surprising variety of preparations at the long-established restaurant L’Escargot. For a late-night drink, the Experimental Cocktail Club elevates the crafting of tipples to an art form.

Batignolles

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Welcome to an unexpected oasis in a little-known corner of the 17th arrondissement: the Batignolles neighbourhood is a laid-back haven of gastronomic delights and charming boutiques perfect for an afternoon of flânerie, as the French call idle meandering. There’s a village-like feel, and a simple, authentic Paris vibe, far from monuments and museums. Stroll the English-garden-style 19th-century Square des Batignolles (an idyllic small park with a small waterfall and stream), and peruse the shops along rue Legendre. Browse the organic market on Saturday mornings, or grab a seat outside at one of the pleasant bistros – say, Le Tout Petit.

Bastille

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Bastille has great dining venues, along with top-notch cocktails at places like the hidden speakeasy Moonshiner and bar-nightclub Badaboum. Master chef Alain Ducasse has also set up his chocolate factory here on rue de la Roquette, and for a worthwhile cultural night out, L’Opéra Bastille remains a sure bet. There’s great shopping too, notably along rue de Charonne, lined with French-indie-fashion boutiques.

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Saint-Germain-des-Prés has an artistic allure and storied literary history – Oscar Wilde lived at what is now the very hip L’Hotel, and classic locales, such as Café de Flore and Deux Magots, were existential hangouts for the likes of Sartre, de Beauvoir and Camus. Those famous existentialists may be long gone, but the perennially cool café culture remains. Top art gallery Kamel Mennour has raised the neighbourhood’s contemporary art profile, and heady concoctions are yours for the sipping at the Prescription Cocktail Club.

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FAQs

What is the trendiest neighborhood in Paris? ›

Saint-Germain-des-Prés (6th arrondissement)

Now it's one of the most expensive and trendy neighborhoods in Paris. These days, the neighborhood is home to celebrities, high-priced art galleries, designer shops, and fancy restaurants.

What is the coolest neighborhood in Paris? ›

The coolest arrondissement in Paris is Le Marais, where a mix of hipsters and wealthy artists live. Which arrondissement has the most hipsters? The 10th arrondissement of Paris, including the Canal Saint Martin neighborhood is home to the most hipsters.

What is the richest arrondissement in Paris? ›

The 7th arrondissement, the city's wealthiest, has an average household income more than three times that of the 19th, the city's poorest.

What is the safest area to stay in Paris? ›

A Look at the Top 9 Safest Areas to Stay in Paris
  • The Latin Quarter.
  • Champs Elysées.
  • Le Marais.
  • St Germain.
  • Châtelet.
  • Montmartre.
  • So-Pi.
  • Canal Saint-Martin.
6 Feb 2022

Where is the best location to stay in Paris? ›

If the French capital is synonymous with the Eiffel Tower for you, the best area to stay in Paris is the 7th arrondissement. This upscale neighborhood is not only on the footsteps of the landmark itself, but also home to beautiful streets, historic architecture, and great restaurants.

Where is the posh part of Paris? ›

The 16th arrondissement is commonly thought to be one of the richest parts of Paris (see Auteuil-Neuilly-Passy), and features some of the most expensive real estate in France including the famous Auteuil "villas", heirs to 19th century high society country houses, they are exclusive gated communities with huge houses ...

What is the hipster area of Paris? ›

Saint Germain: In the 6th arrondissement, Saint Germain (also known as Saint Germain des Prés) is king. With high-end shopping, eateries, and iconic cafés, Saint Germain is hip and modern, while also retaining its quintessential Parisian charm.

What is the cheapest arrondissement in Paris? ›

Prices in the 19th arrondissement are the least expensive in Paris, at around €6,700/m2. Buyers are profiting from the continuing gentrification of the socially diverse 20th arrondissement, especially around Place Gambetta, where prices are €7,000-€8,000/m2.

Where do artists live in Paris? ›

Montmartre is full of charm!

Perched on the top of a small hill in the 18th arrondissement, the most famous Parisian district has lost none of its village atmosphere that appealed so much to the artists of the 19th and 20th centuries.

What is the heart of Paris? ›

Sacré-Cœur, Paris
Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Montmartre
The Basilica of Sacré-Cœur de Montmartre, as seen from the base of the butte Montmartre
Religion
AffiliationRoman Catholic
ProvinceArchdiocese of Paris
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Is Paris bigger than London? ›

London covers an area of 600 square miles, while Paris is squeezed into 40 square miles.

Is Paris a nice place to live? ›

Paris is a spectacular city, and a wonderful place to move to as an expat. You can expect to be blown away by the City of Lights' countless wonders and overflowing cultural attractions, from the art and architecture to the food and fashion. It's one of the best cities in the world – and you should have a home to match.

Where do billionaires live in France? ›

The Cap d'Antibes, a peninsula that juts out into the Mediterranean east of Cannes, and the nearby so-called Bay of Billionaires form an enclave that first gained its exclusive reputation decades ago as a hot spot for rock stars and royals, bankers and barons of industry.

What is the most expensive street in Paris? ›

8th arrondissement: Avenue Montaigne

This avenue, the Mecca of Parisian luxury, is simply the most expensive avenue in Paris.

Where do celebrities shop in Paris? ›

Today the famous Le Bon Marché, BHV, Galeries Lafayette and Printemps are known throughout the world and make Paris famous. Similar to luxury stores, they represent the capital's prestige and host millions of curious tourists to let them discover their architectural beauty each year.

Is Uber safe in Paris? ›

Is Uber Safe in Paris? Yes. Uber is a safe transportation option in Paris.

Which arrondissement in Paris is the safest? ›

Top 7 Safest Places to Live In Paris
  • Le Marais (4e Arrondissement) is Affordable and Safe. ...
  • Latin Quarter (5e Arrondissement) is a Walkable Neighborhood. ...
  • Saint-Germain-des-Prés (6e Arrondissement) Has Great Parks. ...
  • Tour Eiffel (7e Arrondissement) is Safe and Family-Friendly.

Is it safe at night in Paris? ›

You are wondering if Paris is really dangerous at night or not? The city of Paris is no more dangerous than any other touristic city. But of course, you have to be on your guard in the street and on public transport, especially at night, in the same way as in all big cities. Attacks exist but they are extremely rare.

What is the best month to visit Paris? ›

You'll experience crowds from May to September, but encounter the most people in July (followed closely by June and August). We'd recommend visiting between October and April if your main objective is to avoid crowds. For the warmest temperatures, October and April are the best times to visit Paris sans crowds.

Where should I stay in Paris alone? ›

Best Hotels In Paris For Solo Travelers
  • Hotel Lumen Paris Louvre. Photo Credit: Hotel Lumen Paris Louvre Photo Credit: Hotel Lumen Paris Louvre Photo Credit: Hotel Lumen Paris Louvre. ...
  • Hotel Europe Saint-Séverin. ...
  • Hotel Caron de Beaumarchais. ...
  • Hotel de Londres Eiffel Paris. ...
  • Hotel Astoria Opera. ...
  • Hotel Lorette. ...
  • Hotel Panache.
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Where is the center of Paris? ›

Point Zero is a bronze plaque set in the cobblestones in Place du Parvis in front of Notre Dame Cathedral. It marks the center of Paris and the point from which all distances in France are measured from.

What is the richest part of France? ›

What are France's wealthiest regions? Unsurprisingly, the greater Paris region of Ile-de-France is the richest in the country, even though the gap between richest and poorest is more striking than elsewhere.

Can I spend a month in Paris? ›

Visa situation: You can live in Paris for up to three months on a tourist visa without having to do any paperwork and 14 countries have a Working Holiday Visa agreement with France, usually if you are under 30.

Where is Emily in Paris filmed? ›

Emily visits Camille's family home in an effort to recruit her family's champagne business as a new client for Savoir. She spends a beautiful weekend at a French Château in the Beaujolais wine region of France. The actual filming location is Château de Sonnay, however we'd recommend the Contiki Château.

What district is Marais in Paris? ›

The Marais covers most of the 3rd arrondissement and half of the 4th. It stretches northwards from the right bank of the Seine, across the wide and elegant rue Saint-Antoine and rue de Rivoli and into the narrower streets that lead to Arts et Métiers and République.

How much money do you need to live in Paris? ›

Summary about cost of living in Paris, France: Family of four estimated monthly costs are 3,415$ (3,409€) without rent. A single person estimated monthly costs are 953$ (951€) without rent. Paris is 29.85% less expensive than New York (without rent).

How can I save money living in Paris? ›

Tips for how to save money in Paris
  1. #1 Take advantage of all the Free Activities on Offer.
  2. #2 Order Tap Water at restaurants.
  3. #3 Use Public Transportation.
  4. #4 Purchase a Carnet of Metro Tickets.
  5. #6 Consider having a picnic (or two)
  6. #7 Explore Offbeat districts (don't just stay in the touristy areas)
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How much does a house cost in Paris? ›

Median home price in Paris: $1,150 per square foot

Last year, the average home price was $650,555 according to CBRE's Global Living Report.

Do you tip in Paris? ›

You won't need to calculate a tip. As opposed to the U.S., where most waiters make their living from tips, servers in Paris are paid a living wage. And since service is already included in the price, no one is expecting you to tack on an additional 15 to 25 percent at the end of the meal.

Why is Montmartre really famous? ›

Montmartre is famous for its artistic heritage. It has a distinctive village atmosphere characterised by steep, winding, cobbled streets. The white Sacré Coeur church crowns its highest point. The area in front of the church offers extensive views of Paris.

What is downtown Paris called? ›

In French, we have a Latin expression for "downtown Paris" : Paris intra-muros, which means within the City.

What is the highest point in Paris called? ›

Highest point in Paris - Basilique du Sacre-Coeur de Montmartre.

What does J Heart Paris mean? ›

-------------------------------------------------- In French when you say j'aime Paris, you can translate I like Paris or I love Paris, but when you say j'adore Paris, it's with all my senses, with my brain, my heart, my tripes !

Who is richer UK or France? ›

France stands at $2.7 trillion, the UK at $2.2 trillion, Italy at $2.1 trillion. If you count Russia as part of Europe, it slots into the table between us and the Italians.

Which is more beautiful Paris or London? ›

Paris has been voted the most beautiful city in the world in a new ranking. Travel website Flight Network compiled the list of 50 cities by surveying more than 1,000 travel writers and agencies around the world. The French capital came top, followed by New York in second place and London in third.

Which city is richer London or Paris? ›

London is ranked second with $2.7 billion in private wealth.
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Richest City in the World.
CityCountryGDP
LondonUnited Kingdom$731.2 billion
ParisFrance$669.2 billion
OsakaJapan$654.8 billion
ChicagoUnited States$524.6 billion
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Where do most Americans live in Paris? ›

You can probably guess where most American expats choose to settle in France. That's right: the City of Light. Île de France, the region around Paris, is officially home to about 15,500 Americans (so around exactly half of all Americans in France), making it the clear top choice.

Is Paris expensive to live? ›

Paris is a notoriously expensive city to live in. The cost of living is a lot higher than most other European cities. All of Europe is known to have high tax percentages. You will find that even utilities and gas are expensive in this city.

Where is the best place to live in France? ›

Here are some of the best places to live in France for expats:
  • Brittany. Situated in the northwest of France, Brittany is an expat haven. ...
  • Midi-Pyrénées. Midi-Pyrénées, the former administrative region in France, is home to a huge expat community. ...
  • Poitou-Charentes. ...
  • Paris. ...
  • Lyon. ...
  • Marseille. ...
  • Annecy. ...
  • Lourmarin.
18 Oct 2021

How much does a house in Paris cost? ›

Median home price in Paris: $1,150 per square foot

Last year, the average home price was $650,555 according to CBRE's Global Living Report.

Where do foreigners live in Paris? ›

Paris' 6th arrondissement is definitely the winner for expats who dream of living or staying in the majestic Saint-Germain-des-Près neighborhood. This area of Paris is a real hub for intellectuals and artists looking for inspiration.

What is dating like in Paris? ›

Dates are usually more than just “Netflix and Chill”. Most of the time, a guy will propose you to “prendre un verre, meaning grab a drink, and you'll meet at a bar or café. If it's going well, you may even end the date with a nice stroll through the streets, talking and getting to know one another.

What is good salary in Paris? ›

In general, 60,000€ gross is considered a good salary in Paris – that translates to about 40,000€ after taxes annually or 3,200€ monthly. It's far more than the average income of French workers, which is just over 40,000 per year. This is also enough to live decently – not frugally, but not extravagantly either.

What is good salary France? ›

According to recent figures from the French National Institute of Statistics and Economic Studies (INSEE), the average salary in France in 2022 is €2,340 net per month, or €39,300 gross income per year. This has risen slightly from an average of €2,238 per month in 2016.

Is Paris cheaper than New York? ›

New York is 113.0% more expensive than Paris. New York housing costs are 330.3% more expensive than Paris housing costs. Health related expenses are 13.4% more in New York.

Where do rich people live in France? ›

Unsurprisingly, the greater Paris region of Ile-de-France is the richest in the country, even though the gap between richest and poorest is more striking than elsewhere.

Where do most foreigners live in France? ›

France has always been a firm favourite among the expat crowd seeking to make the big move overseas.
...
Here are some of the top places for expats to set up a new life in France:
  1. Toulouse, Haute-Garonne. ...
  2. Bordeaux, Aquitane. ...
  3. Rennes, Brittany. ...
  4. Nice, Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur. ...
  5. Limoges, Haute-Vienne.
18 Sept 2021

Where do most English live in France? ›

British residents are especially concentrated in a vast area that stretches from Haute-Vienne to Gers, encompassing Charente and Dordogne. For example, 43% of British residents who have settled in France live in Nouvelle-Aquitaine or in Occitanie (39,200 and 24,900 people, respectively).

What is Paris average income? ›

Average Salary In Paris

As of 2019, the average net salary in Paris is of 2169 euros per month. That is the highest average salary for all of France. More information on this is available here(in French).

How much is a bottle of water in Paris? ›

Groceries
ProductAverage PricePrice Range
Onion (500g ≃ 1 lb)€1.00€0.68 - €1.59
Water (1.5 liter bottle)€0.75€0.50 - €1.00
Bottle of wine (mid-range)€6.75€5.00 - €8.00
Domestic beer (0.5 liter bottle)€1.84€1.30 - €2.00
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How much money do you need to live comfortably in France? ›

French people tend to be more civically engaged, meaning they truly care about what happens in their country. Numbeo estimates that a family of four needs around €3,000 per month excluding rent, while a single person's average monthly costs are about €800 before rent.

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