What is the name of the 1st arrondissement in Paris?
|1st arrondissement of Paris|
Where do the rich live in 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
Where should first time visitors stay in Paris?
The best area to stay in Paris for the first time is the 7th arrondissement, where the Eiffel Tower is located. This is the best place to stay if you want to be super close to the main attraction in Paris, while also having countless choices for restaurants, bars and charming cafes.
The 1st arrondissement is known for its wonderful shopping streets lined with fine restaurants and cafés. Stroll along the charming streets surrounding the St-Eustache Church and Les Halles on a sunny day and you'll find the outside terraces full!
Population of Paris in 2019, by arrondissement* (in 1,000s)
|Characteristic||Number of inhabitants in thousand|
|1st arrondissement (Louvre)||16,338|
|2nd arrondissement (Bourse)||20,410|
|3rd arrondissement (Temple)||35,469|
|4th arrondissement (Hôtel-de-Ville)||27,795|
Do Not Stay Near These Metro Stations
This is not to say that some parts of the area aren't nice, but some are pretty bad and would make most visitors terribly nervous. Here they are: Stalingrad, Jaurès, Barbès, Place de Clichy, La Villette, Gare du Nord, République, Goute d'Or, Danube, Place des Fêtes.