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With its ornate 19th century buildings, large avenues, prestigious schools, museums and various parks, the arrondissement has long been known as one of French high society's favorite places of residence. The 16th arrondissement hosts several large...more
The area we visited in the 16th Arrondissement had the best views of the Eiffel Tower, that is not situated in the Seine. As we ventured further along though, there wasn’t much to do and the people there weren’t too friendly. We don’t have time...More
The park is named for an Irish peer and is the site of the Chateau de la Muette. The present chateau is the home of the offices of the OECD, but the two previous ones were hunting lodges for Henry IV and then the home...More
Long avenues and large 19th century buildings are common in this district. Many sporting stadium are located here; Roland Garros, PSG's home ground, and Stade Jean Bouin(rugby). One of Paris's largest parks, bois de boulogne, is found in this area as well.
May be because of too many wealthy people live in 16th Arrondissement, other people don't want to disturb their expensive peace. I think may be wealthy people who live in this area don't know how to enjoy life as full as us, as a tourist:)...More
One of Paris' poshest areas is full of massive apartment buildings the look like fortresses. But it also has some cute village-like areas, some good views of the River. High-end restaurants and tea salons. Pretty parks.
We stayed in a Chateaux in the 16th Arrondissement and got crazy lost on our first day. So glad we did! It was off the tourist path and very residential. We saw schools with children in the school yard and fabulous residential buildings. I'm ready...More
(Sorry for what I'm sure is horribly-mangled French in that title.)
The 16th is off the tourist trail, thank goodness, but has lots of beautiful sights that are worth checking out.
First on my list is the Musée Marmottan, devoted mostly to Claude Monet, and...More
I live in this residential neighborhood and I love it ! Here is a Parisian neighborhood as everyone can imagine, thinking about Paris : peacefull, quiet, beautifull architecture, calm, green, hedonist, etc. It's perfect if you want to discover Paris while walking and taking time...More
Due to the unusual borders of the 16th Arrondissement you'll find major attractions (Blois d B, Trocadero, Arc de Triomphe, Marmotan) and the affluent housing areas to the NW. Tourists at the attractions for sure, but not many in the bulk of this stately area....More