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Paris, the cosmopolitan capital of France, is one of the largest agglomerations in Europe, with 2.2 million people living in the dense central city and almost 12 million people living in the metropolitan area.

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Search for hotels in Paris, Montrouge (5 km south), Saint-Ouen (5 km north), Vanves (6 km southwest) and Neuilly-sur-Seine (5 km northwest).

The centre of contemporary Paris and the site of such landmarks as the Louvre and of the Tuileries and …

The 11th Arrondissement is home to two quite different but equally blossoming centres of Parisian nightlife.

The 4th is a good chunk of what used to be medieval Paris, and you'll find a lot left from that time on both islands and in the narrow streets of the lower Marais.

The 17th arrondissement of Paris lies slightly off the beaten path, directly north of the Arc de Triomphe.

The 8th arrondissement of Paris is home to the Champs Elysées, which ends up at the Arc de Triomphe.

The 9th arrondissement of Paris is a diverse, "in between" section of the French capital.

The 5th Arrondissement of Paris is one of the best known of the city's central districts, located on the Left Bank of the river Seine.

Although largely residential, the 14th arrondissement is best known for its northeastern quartier Montparnasse, for the Paris Catacombs and the Parc Montsouris.

The 15th arrondissement of Paris is in the city's southwest on the Left Bank of the Seine.

The 2nd arrondissement of Paris is one of the financial centres of Europe, being home to the Bourse and thus the CAC 40 index you hear about in world financial news.

The 18th arrondissement of Paris is probably best known for the hill of Montmartre which was the centre …

As with Paris itself, the 6th Arrondissement is hard to write about without using superlatives.

This large district occupies most of the West of Paris, extending east-west between the bends …

La Défense is a collection of modern high-rise office and residential buildings built according to an evolving central plan on the western outskirts of Paris, beyond the last Parisian loop of the river Seine.

A quieter part of the ancient Marais neighbourhood which is centred in the 4th, the 3rd is possibly one of the best places to live in Paris.

The 7th arrondissement is perhaps the most expensive area to live in Paris.

The 13th arrondissement of central Paris is primarily a residential and business district in the southeast of Paris, on the Left Bank of the Seine.

The 12th arrondissement of Paris is one of the largest of the city's districts even without the 2,460 acre Bois de Vincennes, which more than doubles its size.

The 19th arrondissement of Paris is in the north of the city, and is a peaceful, green and family-friendly refuge from the otherwise quite stuffy and/or shabby city.

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19 Rue du Pont Neuf, Paris
+33 1 42 33 95 64

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39 Rue Geoffroy-Saint-Hilaire, Paris
+33 1 43 31 18 14

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35 Rue Benjamin Franklin, Paris
+33 1 53 70 17 70

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48 Rue Saint-Antoine, Paris
+33 1 42 78 49 32

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239-241 Rue Saint Honoré, Paris
+33 1 42 44 50 00

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14 Rue Beaujon, Paris
+33 1 53 89 50 50

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10 Place de la Concorde, Paris
+33 1 44 71 15 00

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37 Avenue Hoche, Paris
+33 1 42 99 88 00

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78 Rue de la Verrerie, Paris
+33 1 42 78 14 15

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25 Avenue Montaigne, Paris
+33 1 53 67 66 65

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