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Right Bank (Rive Droite), Paris

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  • It is difficult to characterize the right bank of the Seine from the left bank which, she has always been plugged, student, and bourgeois. The right bank is diversified, depending on where we are. East, with the complex of Bercy, and its beautiful park with its places of attraction like the Arena, which alongside the imposing Ministry of finance, through the District of the Bastille, place for recreation of Paris, Opera, bars, clubs and dancing. More towards the Center, looks at the swamp, with its old streets, its mansions, museums and churches, and the beautiful place of the Vosges district is also a "Hip" said place rather unbridled, with many restaurants, bars and places of meeting every night. Many historical and ancient streets leave from the Seine to penetrate this area where you can still immerse themselves in the historic Paris which was inside the walls of Philippe Auguste in the 12 th century. You can browse the Archives, the Beaubourg Street Street, for access to the Pompidou Center, the temple... which reminds the presence of the Knights of the Temple and their enclosure. Then the Fox Street enters the old quarter and that of St. Denis gives access to the Forum des Halles, which has been renovated with interest! St. Martin Street remember the presence of the Abbey of St. Martin des Champs, which, to the revolution, hosted the CNAM. Along the Seine, there is the Louvre, great Museum with its superb "Pyramid" of metal and glass, then the large gardens of the Tuileries where it is good to walk. The place of the Concorde, with the Obelisk of Luxor and its great thematic fountains is a prestigious place. From there, share what some call the most beautiful avenue in the world (sic) otherwise said the Avenue of Champs Elysées to the Arc of triumph de l'Etoile. Many institutions of the Republic are in this district like the Elysée Palace. Finally more to the West, the District of Passy and the Hill of Chaillot, form an architectural ensemble art Deco very successful. The beautiful garden of Trocadero and its great water jets to admire the Eiffel Tower with a beautiful perspective. Harmony, it is interesting to take Royal Street in direction of the Massive Church of the Madeleine, then continue to the Opera House. In this middle-class neighborhood, there are department stores, spring and the Galeries Lafayette, the Mecca of shopping in Paris. If you move away from the Seine to the North, we encounter more popular neighborhoods, and the famous "Butte Montmartre" with his place du Tertre and the Basilica of the sacred heart, where the view embraces all of Paris. Pigalle, at the foot of the mound, still retains a bit of ambiance to places of pleasures and distractions especially at the weekend. The large Boulevards, which leave from the square of the Republic until the Madeleine, part of which was the limit of the enclosure of Louis XIII, it was transformed into places of recreation with many theatres, restaurants, cafes, etc. This part of Paris is widely served by metro lines.
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  • in their first trip to Paris I lived on the left bank, the second-on the right. And there, and there is live and compare to understand-left for more modern and dynamic, right-a bit more clean and more historical. But really-just walk on the promenade overlooking the right Bank Tower is already in itself a separate pleasure.
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  • The right bank of the Seine has a special charm, there are several buildings more emblematic of Paris, as the Town Hall, the Louvre Museum, the great palace, etc... the gardens of the Tuileries, the square of Concord, etc... A walk to quiet and without pause, from the Saint Louis Island, until the beginning of the Elysees fields, to enjoy Paris and its rivera, not to be missed!
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