Discover wheelchair-accessible luxury hotels in Paris, France
It’s the layers of old and new, privilege and punk, that give Paris its ageless verve. Stroll the café-cultured streets of Saint-Germain-des-Prés if jazz, Giacometti or just a jus de pomme is your thing. For the gastronomique go-tos of those in-the-know, the trendy 11ème arrondissement has some of the city’s most talked-about new bars and restaurants. Get ahead of the curve in Pigalle, the up-and-coming (but still-slightly-sleazy) area to watch. As for the die-hard romantics? They’ll always have Montmartre.