Paris Services by A to Z
The Louvre museum housing the Mona Lisa overlooks the Tuileries Gardens, and the city's most lavish jewellers ring the Place Vendome.
Rue Etienne Marcel and the Place des Victoires are lined with cutting-edge fashion boutiques. A lovely blend of old and new, the 19th-century galerie Vivienne is a covered ...
Orthodox Jews rub shoulders with the gay crowd in the Marais, the city's oldest existing neighborhood.
Where you will find the young crowds hanging out at Place St Michel and on Rue Mouffetard, a lively market street.
The epitome of Left Bank intellectual chic, with luxury shops. Sartre spouted philosophy at both Cafe Les Deux Magots and Cafe Flore next to the St-Germain-des-Pres church.
Stroll the impeccable Champ de Mars, visit Napoleon's tomb at Les Invalides, see the Impressionists at the Musee d'Orsay, or admire marble masterpieces at the Musee Rodin.
High fashion and galleries are on Avenue Montaigne and Rue du Fbg St-Honore, near the Champs-Elysees, while the Place de la Madeleine offers gourmet food shops.
FInd the sumptuous Opera Garnier, and the ever-busy department stores Galeries Lafayette and Printemps compete side-by-side on the Boulevard Haussmann.