The arrondissements are Paris' administrative districts. The city has 20 arrondissements numbered 1st to 20th. Each arrondissement has its own city hall in addition to Paris City Hall. The postal zip code combines the city number (75) with the arrondissement number. For example, 75004 is the 4th arrondissement. Check street map of arrondissements with top sights. More Paris maps and Grand Paris map. Most attractions on the map below are linked to an information page.
A historical and monumental district with the Louvre, Tuileries Gardens, Rue de la Paix, La Conciergerie, Sainte Chapelle, Arts Decoratifs Museum, Place de la Concorde, Ile de la Cite district. Gradually becomes the heart of the city with Les Halles Shopping Mall project.
This old district boasts the remarquable covered Paris Shopping Arcades, their tiny shops and restaurants.
This district is an extension northwards of the fashionable Le Marais. Paris Technology Museum is a former abbey.
This district boasts two key attractions: Notre Dame Cathedral and Le Marais with Centre Pompidou, Hotel de Ville, Place des Vosges, Picasso Museum Paris, Paris History Museum, BHV Paris department store. Two beautiful islands on the Seine River: Ile de la Cite and Ile Saint Louis.
The well known Quartier Latin where the Sorbonne University settled in the 12th century. Many sights including Le Pantheon, Paris Natural History Museum, Paris Mosque, Rue Mouffetard market, Saint Etienne du Mont Paris church, Paris Middle Ages Museum + Roman Therms.
The core of the famous left bank Paris with Saint Germain des Pres, Luxembourg Gardens, Saint Sulpice church, Rue de Buci market, Rue de Sevres fashion stores, Bon Marche Paris department store, Raspail Bio Market.
The chic and residential 18th century district, home to key attractions including Eiffel Tower, Rodin Museum, Les Invalides with Napoleon's tomb, Orsay Museum, Quai Branly Museum, Our lady of the miraculous medal chapel.
This arrondissement around the romantic Canal Saint Martin in now very fashionable.
Young and affluential parisians plebiscit this old working class district which was badly hit during the November 13th 2015 terrorist attacks
High-rises and Chinatown around Avenue d'Italie. French National Library on the Seine river banks.
Residential no tourist district around Parc Monceau
Multiethnic district with Pere Lachaise Cemetery.