The biggest attraction in Paris? The Eiffel Tower! You can see it from anywhere in the city, so if you want a view of this iconic landmark, look up when you're walking around town.
Paris is divided into 20 districts called arrondissements. Each one has its own personality and vibrancy, but some areas are more popular than others:
Quartier Latin: This area has many students who study at nearby colleges and universities such as La Sorbonne or Sciences Po. It's also home to several museums like Musée de Cluny (history), Musée d'Orsay (art), Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle (natural history) and Centre Pompidou (modern art). There are lots of cafes here too! Saint-Germain-des-Prés: Saint Germain des Prés gets its name from its proximity to Saint Germain l’Auxerrois church; however, this neighborhood has become more famous for being an intellectual hub since people like Victor Hugo lived there during his time as mayor between 1831–1848 . It was also home to many writers including Oscar Wilde who wrote The Picture of Dorian Gray while living here with his lover Lord Alfred Douglas who later became his son after marrying him in 1895.
Montmartre: This neighborhood is best known as the home of Sacré-Cœur Basilica; however, it has much more to offer than just a church. The area is also home to a number of artists who have lived here since the 19th century including Picasso and Van Gogh. Cafés: Paris is famous for its coffee shops and cafes because they are everywhere! You can find them in almost every neighborhood in the city, but some areas have more than others such as Quartier Latin with its many students who study at nearby colleges or universities like La Sorbonne or Sciences Po . Restaurants: Paris has over 35,000 restaurants so there's no shortage of places to eat!