Which are the safest areas in Paris?
Which are the safest areas in Paris? Here are some pieces of advice.
When planning a long or a short stay abroad it may be difficult choosing which area to live in if you don’t know much about its safety. This is the same for Paris. It is not possible to claim that everywhere is safe. That is why we collect all the necessary information on some districts of Paris. For example, it is recommended to avoid booking a place that is too close to some stations. Luckily, Paris is big enough to have so many areas where it’s safe to book short rentals accommodation. The following districts are some of the bests to choose if you are concerned about safety.
3 safest areas to live in Paris
The following districts are some of the bests to choose if you are concerned about safety.
Canal Saint Martin
If you’re single and looking for a place to stay that’s friendly and hip, this is definitely one of the bests. Canal Saint-Martin is in the northeast area of Paris. It is developed around its navigable canal. The district today is very trendy and full of original restaurants such as Chez Prune, elegant bars such as Le Comptoir Général, and exclusive boutiques along rue Beaurepaire and rue de Marseille.
If you love history, art, and literature, it will not be difficult to find the perfect Paris arrondissement for you. Be inspired by the charming area of Saint-Germain-des-Prés! Famous literary icons such as Oscar Wilde and Albert Camus once lived here. Today, Saint-Germain-des-Près is known for its cafés, publishing houses, bookshops, and traditional apartments.
Montmartre is the typical Parisian district. Behind this apparent image of a quiet village, the area hides a dynamic and original nightlife. Besides the Sacre Coeur cathedral, you can find ultra-modern cocktail bars such as La Renaissance and restaurants such as La Taverne de Montmartre on rue Gabrielle.
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