Arrondissement 19, the place to relax
Arrondissement 19 is very quiet and it is not touristic at all. It is a residential area not very close to the city center but well served by transports.
It is the perfect arrondissement for who wants to take a break from the chaos of the big city. You can relax in one of the parks in Paris, parc de la Villette or Buttes-Chaumont, this last one is my favourite.
If you would like to see some historic monument, go to the Saint-Jean-Baptiste de Belleville church. It is a gothic church in rue de Belleville 139. If you want to go there you can take the metro line 11 and get off at Jourdain. I really recommend going to the nineteenth arrondissement to relax tho!
Arrondissement 19 main attraction
The main landmarks of arrondissement 19 surely are Parc des Buttes-Chaumont. It is a huge park wanted by Napoleon III.
It is designed by Haussmann, so you have to pay attention to the whole project when you go there. Thanks to Hausmann, there is a tiny temple, a waterfall, and a rock mountain. There you can find lots of different plant and animal species!
It is in the Quartier du Combat, precisely in rue Botzaris 1. You can go every day from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
I suggest spending a day there, especially if you are staying in Paris for a long time. It is really worth a visit!
You can also choose to eat there since there are 3 restaurants.
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Arrondissement 19, districts and metro stations
Knowing which are the districts of the arrondissement 19 is useful so you know what to expect when you choose the area of your accommodation.
The main ones of arrondissement XIX are Villette, Pont-de-Flandre, Amérique, Combat. They are all very quiet and residential but also a bit far from the city center.
Anyway, there are lots of metro stations that you can refer to. Belleville, Bolivar, Botzaris, Buttes Chaumont. Others are Colonel Fabien, Corentin Cariou, Crimée and Danube.
Plus, you have Haxo, Jaurès, Jourdain, Laumière, Ourcq. Some useful ones are Place des Fetes, Porte de la Villette, Porte de Pantin, Porte des Lilas, Pre-Saing-Gervais and Pyrenees.
Then, Riquet, Stalingrad, and Télégraphe.