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Jardin des Plantes Quarter
The Jardin des Plantes Quarter is an area which contains the Jardin des Plantes and the Musée National D'histoire Naturelle.

Montmatre - A hill in Paris
Montmartre is a hill located in the north of Paris and is actually known as the highest point of the city.

Poetry in Montparnasse
Montparnasse, originally called Mount Parnassus, is a neighborhood in Paris where people used to gather to read and recite poetry. It started gaining popularity among artists at the beginning of the 20th century.

The elegant Chaillot Quarter
Chaillot Quarter originally was a village which was not counted as a Paris neighborhood until the 1800's. From that time on, Chaillot Quarter became a very important part of Paris and one of the most visited ones.

The Latin Quarter and the Sorbonne University
The Latin Quarter is the name given to the Paris' area which surrounds the Sorbonne University. This way, this Quarter has been famous since the Sorbonne’s origins.

The neighborhood of St. Germain des Prés
St. Germain des Prés is a Paris neighborhood located at the southern shore of the Seine. This neighborhood comprehends several blocks which contain important buildings and avenues, such as for example Boulevard St. Germain and the east area of boulevard St Michel.

The Paris Underground
The Paris underground or subway is locally known as metro, term which has derivate from the expression "Chemin de Fer M tropolitain" or "Metropolitain".

What to visit in Opera Quarter
There are several interesting places to visit while being in Opera Quarter and its surroundings. Some of the main places visitors who are within this area should not miss are the Palais Royal, Hermes, the Place Vendome, the Opera Garnier, and the Sainte Marie Madelaine among others.

Luxembourg Quarter and art
The area of Luxembourg Quarter is located at south of the Latin Quarter and is a place where many amazing artists have been and even created art work pieces as well.

Museums and art in Paris
Paris is known as the city of arts due to the strong relationship it has and has had with artists and the creation of art works since the time it was born.

The Champs Elysées
The Champs Elysées is one of the most famous areas of not only France but Europe and the entire world as well. This area can be visited through the Champs Elysées Avenue, which goes from the Arc of Triumph to the Place de la Concorde.

The gardens of La Villete
La Villete is an area full of plants, trees and life, ideal for those who enjoy green spaces and gardens. This place contains several amazing gardens, all of them highly cared and beautiful, and created by recognized landscape designers, architects and artists.

The Musée Du Louvre through time
The Musée du Louvre has been a museum for more than two centuries, and contains group of artworks and pieces of art impossible to equalize.

The Paris district of Le Marais
Le Marais is one of the most famous neighborhoods of Paris, and it owes an important amount of its fame to its nightlife and the energy which can be always felt while being in it.

The Tuileries Quarter
The Tuileries Quarter area is famous by the Jardin des Tuileries or the Touileries Gardens where many attractions and entertainment related activities can be enjoyed by visitors of all ages.