The 16th arrondissement is to Paris what the Upper East Side is to New York - a very affluent, chic and well-known section of one of the most exciting cities in the world. This stylish Parisian apartment located between Place Victor Hugo and the Trocadéro is a harmonious mix of classic and contemporary, combining antique furniture and modern art while complimenting the original features of the stunning Parisian architecture. Paris has all but exhausted the superlatives and probably has more familiar landmarks than any other city in the world but after taking in the treasures of the museums, galleries and designer boutiques idle away a few hours in the intricate backstreets for some local colour.
Paris is renowned for its cuisine whether dining at a cosy neighbourhood bistro or a triple-Michelin-starred temple of gastronomy or packing the perfect picnic from the enticing patisseries, boulangeries (bakeries), fromageries (cheese shops) and crowded, colourful street markets. A chocolate crawl in Saint-Germain-Des-Prés entails visiting no fewer than 15 world-class chocolatiers, each with its own signature style and specialties.
Romantic strolls along the Seine and love declarations against the backdrop of the Eiffel Tower.