Tour de France: Paris by Arrondissement

20 arrondissements and 19 guest bloggers later the ‘Tour’ de France, Paris edition has come to a close – for now. All my guest bloggers did such an awesome job sharing their neighborhoods, I wanted to put them all in one easy to find place, and create a giant resource, whether you’re looking for some weekend inspiration or a new Paris read. Mille mercis to everyone for their great work! Bon week-end à tous!

The last 2 digits of Parisian zip codes refer to the arrondissement or district. There are 20 total. The arrondissement appears at the top of street signs, making it quite easy to find your way around the city. Click on the zipcodes below. Happy exploring!

75001 – by Melissa, an American expat working in France and author of Prête-moi Paris.

75002 – by Velib fanatic Emma Bentley who is making good use of her studies in order to live in France.

75003 – by Kasia Dietz who is designing fabulous bags when not off exploring Europe.

75004 – by Franco-American photographer Kali Vermès of Grow Little, who creates beautiful plant worlds.

75005 – by Italian filmmaker Elena Rossini.

75006 – by Jenny Sundel who decided 33 would be her ‘Jesus Year‘ and moved to Paris.

75007 – by SF creative couple Jordan and Paul Ferney who moved their family to Paris for the year for a new adventure.

75008 – by Sharon Graber, aka Scout Paris.

75009 – by yours truly, Prêt à Voyager, a look at the neighborhood I call home.

75010 – by Brit Adam Roberts, author of Invisible Paris, an insider’s look at the city, the architecture and happenings.

75011 – by Lost in Cheeseland‘s Lindsey Tramuta, an American expat who knows this city like the back of her hands.

75012 – by French textile/product designer, Sarah Caniot of Ma Mamie Hippie.

75013 – by Elena Rossini, filmmaker, feminist, founder of No Country for Young Women and creator of The Illusionists.

75014 – by photobooth obsessed urban explorer Meg Gagnard of De Quelle Planète Est-tu?

75015 – by cocktail crazed Forest of 52 Martinis.

75016 – by Jane who runs La Cuisine Paris cooking school.

75017 – by Cat of Sugar Daze, who brings cupcake joy to all expats in France.

75018 – by Brit Kim Laidlaw Adrey, hot spot scout and author of I Heart Paris [update: now known as Unlock Paris].

75019 – by Paris by Mouth‘s founding editor & food tour guide, Meg Zimbeck.

75020 – by American expat writer Sion of Paris (Im)Perfect who shares the real side of this city.

Quick reference:
, 75002, 75003,75004, 75005, 75006, 75007, 75008, 75009, 75010, 75011, 75012, 75013, 75014, 75015, 75016, 75017, 75018, 75019, 75020


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