luxurious hotels and some of the best shopping

your time in the Paris..

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Cosmopolitan Parisian Townhouses

Paris is one of the most beautiful parts of this famous country, including the Champs-Elysées, Arc de Triomphe, the Grand Palais, Place de la Concorde and the Avenue Montaigne.

Here you will find ancient monuments, luxurious hotels and some of the best shopping including the world's most exclusive haute-couture, fashion shops, antique shops, art gallerys restaurants and more.

You will also find and home of haute couture brands Valentino, Christian Dior and Chanel. Paris is "the stop over" for all artists, be it the holiday snap or the abstract artist, you will always find a new topic to discover.

17th arrondissement

Found on the right bank of the river Seine including the Palais des Congrès, Place de Clichy and Parc de Monceau is more off the beaten track, but still worth more than a look with the chic bars and restaurants with "Parisians" buzzing about their daily business giving you plenty to see and do.

So a bit outside the main and still growing Paris tourist trade, but well in to the daily life with beautiful avenues and parks hidden amongst the prestigious cosmopolitan Parisian townhouses intermixed with the local markets and shopping scattered through this neighborhood. Here you will find some of the best restaurants of the region including Michel Rostang and Guy Savoy (near the Metro Charles de Gaulle Etoile), a pleasure just with the name..!

10th arrondissement

The 10 th arrondissement which is found in northeastern Paris has a full multicultural atmosphere, a neighbourhood of musician's and artist's hangouts mixed with students living in revamped apartments all convenient for the largest train stations of Paris, the Gare de l'Est and the Gare du Nord.

Here you will find restaurants from the small, cozy eating house to the biggest and best kitchen any Paris establishment has to offer, cafes and bars on all corners, especially around the Canal St. Martin and the Place de la République, where you will find a sit down with a "cafe au lait" is great for a break after aimless exploring through the streets of this "living" arrondisement.

Looking for some shopping idea's? The 10th still retains some of its old charm, but don' panic there are lots of bustling streets filled with clothing and sports shops and more, while a trip to the St-Quentin market will help if it's fresh fruit and vegtables.

18th arrondissement

Montmartre - Sacré-Cœur