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The 9th arrondissement contains many places of cultural, historical, and architectural interest, including the Palais Garnier, home to the Paris Opera, Boulevard Haussmann and its large department stores of Galeries Lafayette and Printemps. Along...more
One of my favorite sections in Paris, home to lots of theaters and the lovely homes where theater stars lived in the 19th Century. Also home to great restaurants and good places to stroll. My favorite is the area around Square St. George.
The 9th was the first neighborhood we were introduced to during our first visit to Paris 20 years ago. Loved it of course and we always come back, so I did so in July as well, but regrettably did not have enough time to enjoy...More
Most often on trips, I am anxious to find all the top things to do because I love exploring. However, we had a free night and so we just strolled around. It was peaceful and quiet, except for Galeries Lafayette, of course. Although it was...More
The area around the Opera House is one of the most congested in the city. The Galleries Lafayette is an amazing shopping center but it can tend to be claustrophobic. The whole area is well worth visiting with lots of great shopping, cafes, etc. Even...More
This Arrondissement is one of our favorites. The hotels, Opera, Galeries Lafayette, Printemps, restaurants etc. It is beautiful and lovely to stay and experience. Transportation to and from the area is simple and direct.
This is a beautiful district of Paris, where shopaholics would have the time of their lives.
For the rest of us, though, it's possible to enjoy this district by strolling through its beautiful and classic buildings.
because its the center of Paris, a melting pot: at the same time popular, hipster, business, conventional, tourist,trendy, typical, residential young, old, poor, rich, cool, old fashioned, jewish, muslim, catholic...
I think this is Paris in all its colors
Probably the busiest of arrondisements, it has the Opera House (Palais Garnier) and all surrounding areas, up to boulevard Haussmann and the 2 big department t stores, Galeries Lafayette and Printemps. The square in front of the Opera House has there metro lines criss crossing,...More
The neighborhood around Opéra and Bourse is a belle époque paradise of grand boulevards, refined arcades, and mass-market art-nouveau entertainment. Here, modern day workers continue to take advantage of the legacy that nobility and finance left in the 19th century. Brightly-lit brasseries, theaters, and cinemas sit side by side with French bistros predominating in one area and Japanese restaurants in
another. The area is most famous for the Palais Garnier opera house and glamorous department stores.
This is a very nice and upscale area of Paris. It feels quite safe and while it was our first time in Paris, when we go back, we will definitely stay in this area again. There are many nice places to shop, although they can... More
This is a very nice and upscale area of Paris. It feels quite safe and while it was our first time in Paris, when we go back, we will definitely stay in this area again. There are many nice places to shop, although they can be expensive. At night, this place feels as safe as the day. BTW, the local Starbucks there is absolutely lovely looking inside.
you can walk of course, but you will take 45 minutes. The best would be to take the nearby metro (line 9 station Trocadero) wich is direct visit the tower and then come back walking, which is a very nice walk along the... More
you can walk of course, but you will take 45 minutes. The best would be to take the nearby metro (line 9 station Trocadero) wich is direct visit the tower and then come back walking, which is a very nice walk along the river Seine
Your are, you will see, is the very central, ideal for tourists