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Paris Personality Quiz - arrondissements
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When staying in Paris, it is important to pick a quartier that suits your needs and personality. Luxurious and romantic or lively and hip, Paris comes in all shapes and sizes.
What are you looking for in a neighborhood?
Romantic architecture, central location, calm beauty
Edgy art galleries, quirky cafes, hip bars
Bohemian ambiance, lively nightlife and fun times
Bustling streets, great food, cheery atmosphere
Elegance, Haussmann architecture, refinement
Left Bank or Right Bank?
Art galleries, bars, hip night life- it all depends on the quartier
Either, as long as I'm in a friendly, lively neighborhood
Left Bank! I can just imagine the artists, the writers, Sartre and de Beauvoir in Les Deux Magots
Ah cherie, it's an difficult choice! The islands, right in the middle of the seine are for me, though perhaps I am more inclined towards the Right Bank
Right bank, the heart of Paris, full of elegance and luxury
Paris is a multi-faceted city, what side of Paris do you want to experience?
The classic beauty that is so synonymous with the city
The quirky artistic side, hanging with the bobos (bourgeois bohemians)
The locals' way of life, and foodie hotspots
The bohemian intellectualism, cultured and romantic
The quaint, picturesque city of my dreams
What activities do you want to do on your stay?
Shopping in market streets, sampling cheeses and pastries, having a fun time
Checking out hot bars and bookshops, having exquisite, unusual dinners, seeing the real Paris
Wandering the streets along the Seine, going to quaint museums, being utterly charmed by gorgeous shops and hidden treasures
Relaxing in sunny cafes, getting lost in lovely side-streets, exploring universities and churches
Taking tea at the Ritz, promenade down the chic boulevards, visit museums and stroll through manicured gardens
Which historic area of Paris most appeals to you?
L'ile Saint Louis, 4th arr
Latin Quartier or Saint Germaine de Pres, 5th and 6th arr
Le Haute Marais, 3rd arr
The Opera/Pigalle district, 2nd and 9th arrondissment
The 1st arrondissment, perhaps also the 7th, 8th or 16th
An important feature for your stay is:
Aesthetics and beauty at every turn
Central, charming location, but not overrun with tourists
A non-touristy area, very cool and quite hip
Great local shops, village feel
Atmosphere, pretty streets
What sort of accommodation?
A classic, luxurious hotel, such as the Ritz
A funky, boutique hotel
A short-term rented studio apartment, to live like a local for a while
Somewhere cheap but atmospheric
Hotel or apartment, charming either way
How much research have you done?
I have looked through travel guides, mostly know what I want
Have read some historical literature set in Paris
Blogs, friends' opinions, information sites
I've been onto lots of blogs about Paris, so have got some cool places on my list
Quite a lot, and I know the sorts of things I want to do
What sort of activities would you like to do?
I'll explore a few neighborhoods, visit a few monuments, but am not going to run around trying to do everything, and will not go on a tourist bus!
I'm mostly interested in following my nose, and discovering some hidden gems
I'd love to just wander around with a few places in mind, and see what I discover
I have quite an itinerary, and really want to experience Paris to the fullest
A few lesser-known attractions might be more my thing
Which of these scenarios most appeals to your idea of Paris?
You get back to your studio apartment with some bags of fresh produce from a busy but fun day out. The night's not over though, and you head back out for a drink.
You stride out of your classic Haussmann apartment, down a manicured street and make your way to Chanel, via Angelina.
After a dreamy day out and about, you have a classically French bistro dinner and go for a stroll along the Seine
You leave your hip studio at 7pm, and make your way to an edgy art gallery opening in your neighbourhood, followed by a snack and wine at a trendy bistro au vin.
You leave a historic, world-famous university, your mind buzzing and cut through some charming little ruelles to have some North African pastries and a massage and body scrub in Le Grande Mosquée de Paris
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