Must See Districts in Paris Featured

Enjoy the trendy, design focused and historical hubs of Paris, for the trip of your dreams. 

Explore Paris like a local by touring these world renowned streets, art galleries, and pastry shops. There is an overwhelming amount of things to discover in Paris. From their world-class museums, to their unique shops and delicious bakeries, every time you leave there is a new list full of things to return back for. LUXOS has created a fool-proof guide in navigating a chic getaway to Paris. 

Shopping: The Rue du Faubourg 

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The Rue du Faubourg is one of the most fashionable streets in the world. Almost every luxury brand and international chain can be found hugging this street. Additionally, this street also houses the Élysée Palace, the official resident of the president, and many elegant mansions to ambassadors. From jewelry to prestigious art galleries, there is something for everyone interested in fashion culture.

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Entertainment: Bastille


Bastille is an exciting district for those looking for a good time. The theater life and jazz clubs, continue to have a strong presence here. Begin the night in the rue de Lappe or Rue de la Roquette for an extensive drink selection. For those who can’t decide on where to take the night, La Mecanique Ondulatoire, is a rocker hot spot with 3 levels of activity.

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Art: Montmartre

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This unique village is known for it’s artisanal shops and lively plazas. Visitors may have their portrait painted or visit one of the many art galleries. The iconic Basilica of Sacre-Coeur is located on the hilltop of this bustling neighbourhood. Inspired by Romano-Byzantine features this church has one of a kind views of Paris.

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Historical: Le Marais

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Nestled in the heart of Paris, Marais captures the classic and modern looks of the city. Known as “Old Paris”, one can find many buildings with historical importance. The Hôtel de Saint-Aignan houses the Museum of Jewish Art and History. Notable attractions include the Musee Picasso, the house of Nicolas Flamel and the trendy Cafe Charlot. Not to mention the boom of trendy boutiques and eateries on every corner.  

For more ideas on how to Do, Dine and Spend in Paris and beyond, visit our  Destinations pages.