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What is the best area to stay in paris?

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What is the best area to stay in paris?

Im traveling SOLO so looking for convinience and a good price!

1. Re: What is the best area to stay in paris?

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2. Re: What is the best area to stay in paris?

There is no "best" area to stay: everyone has their own favourite. The sights are spread out all over Paris, so nowhere is convenient to all of them. There are cafes and restaurants everywhere, and there are few places that are more than 200 yards from a metro station or bus stop.

"Good price" is very vague. How much do you want to spend per night, in euros?

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3. Re: What is the best area to stay in paris?

This question is like asking someone to choose their favorite child!

"Best" - for what? Location, nightlife, museums, views of Eiffel Tower?

Help us help you...

This is also your second post, asking for the same advice. Go back and read the earlier responses, please.

Edited: 21 February 2014, 08:24
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4. Re: What is the best area to stay in paris?

OK, I have the same question. Not afraid to walk or take the train. Want to feel safe at night. Reasonably priced restaurants and cafes. Clean and safe are more important than how close it is to an attraction.

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5. Re: What is the best area to stay in paris?

Vynnp, I see this is your first post. Welcome to TA.

In order to answer your question, we need to know how many euros per night you want to spend and when are you traveling?

In general, the more info you provide, the better the replies will be.

Edited: 10 March 2014, 22:10
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6. Re: What is the best area to stay in paris?

Please read post 3. Then read post 5. Then re-post under your own thread. I'm sure you'll then get answers.

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7. Re: What is the best area to stay in paris?

Planning a trip to Paris for 4 nights in October for 4 reasonably fit adults. Like the look of Montmartre but looks a bit far from centre. Any ideas greatly appreciated.

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8. Re: What is the best area to stay in paris?

I think Montmartre is the answer :) It's not too far from the center and it has 2 metro stations Anvers (line 2) and Abbesses (line 12)

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9. Re: What is the best area to stay in paris?

it is better not to revive old threads but to post your own

jetcat, Montmartre is hilly and not in centre, but it is a charming area and if you stay near a metro station getting about won't be a problem

vynnp, the Latin Quarter is a pleasant central area that would fit description

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