Arrondissement 15, the peaceful one
Arrondissement 15 is one of the less considered in Paris because it is not very touristic. I think this is a reason to go there! You can enjoy all the attractions without being in a too crowded place.
For example, you can go to the laboratory of Constant Brancusy, a Romanian writer. Or you can go to the Bourdelle Museum. There, you will find permanent and temporary exhibitions.
Anyway, the landmark that I love the most of the arrondissement XV surely is the Andre Citroen Park.
Arrondissement 15 green landmarks
When you go to arrondissement 15, you can take a walk in one of the parks of this area. The best is Parc André Citroen. It is wide! In addition, if you go there you will be in a futurist artwork. This park is designed by Alain Provost, Gilles Clément, Patrick Berger, Jean-Paul Viguier and François Jodry. They all are landscape architectures.
They have divided the park into different themes. You can walk in the white garden, the black one and in the central one. There are lots of exotic species.
Do you want to know more about the parks in this area? Note down Georges Brassens Park, Saint-Lambert park, Atlantique park, and l’Allée des Cygnes.
Arrondissement 15, metro and districts
Arrondissement 15 is one of the biggest in Paris. That is because in 1860 had been added two more districts to the city.
Now, the fifteenth arrondissement is composed by Saint-Lambert, Necker, Grenelle, and Javel.
If you want to go there by metro, you just have to choose which station is best to get off. Avenue Emile Zola, Balard, Bir-Hakeim, and Boucicault are some of them.
Cambronne, Charles Michels, Commerce, Convention, Dupleix and Duroc could be useful too. Falguière, Félix Faure, Javel-André Citroen, and La Motte-Picquet – Grenelle is in the heart of this area. Lournel, Montparnasse – Bienvenue, Pasteur, and Porte de Versailles are useful if you want to reach the Arrondissement 14 too.
You can get off also at Ségur, Sèvres – Lecourbe, Vaugirard, and Volontaires.
If you feel lost, take a look to the transports page!