On the left bank of the Seine, in the southwest of Paris, the fifteenth arrondissement is particularly characterized by its many parks and patches of greenery, natural or artificial, that make it a better place to live ... and walk around. André Citroën Park, with its modern architecture, but also the Jardin Atlantique, suspended over the railway tracks from the Montparnasse train station and Georges Brassens, where the antiquarian book trade takes place, provide play areas for children as well as lawns and benches reserved for relaxation. In parallel, we meet in Paris 15, except green corners, constituting surprising walks routes, such as Swan Alley, an artificial island created on the Seine in the early fourteenth century. For pedestrians and decorated with a miniature replica of the Statue of Liberty, it extends over one kilometer, to the foot of the Eiffel Tower. Similarly, the small Belt, an old railway track that once ran around the capital, is a source of unusual places, some of which have been turned into public gardens. In addition to its green spaces, the 15th arrondissement is home to the famous Pasteur museum, offering a scientific career in the footsteps of the great scientist and the visit of the crypt where he is buried with his wife. As for the Bourdelle museum that will delight sculpture enthusiasts. Finally, the Beaugrenelle shopping center fifteenth district, its 45,000 m2 dedicated to business and leisure, is the dream of every lover of shopping! Ideally located near the Eiffel Tower, the Luxembourg Gardens and other places of interest within Paris, the 15th district of Paris is served and connected to the rest of the city by many subway and bus.
Indeed, Paris 70015 is also characterized by its proximity to the important points of the capital, as the Montparnasse train station, Unesco, Invalides, Boulevard Garibaldi and Trocadero. Enclosed in a structure of offices and homes and decorated with a hanging garden, Montparnasse railway station, located between the 14th and the 15th arrondissement, is one of the main stations in Paris, who is serving both the western central France that Spain and Portugal. The Unesco headquarters in the 7th arrondissement, at three subway stations fifteenth; located in a former hotel and welcoming the United Nations, it is open to public visits, which can admire, besides its stunning architecture with three branches, paintings and sculptures by famous artists. A little further away, near the Champ de Mars, the Invalides hotel has a military cemetery and a museum of the Army, in memory of disabled soldiers of Louis XIV, for whom it was built. Boulevard Garibaldi crosses the district from east to west, between the Boulevard de Grenelle and the esplanade Jacques Chaban-Delmas. There are many restaurants offering cuisines from around the world, including Italian and Asian. Finally, the Trocadero is located on the other side of the Seine, about twenty minutes by subway. You can admire the Palais de Chaillot and strolling in the gardens, overlooking the Eiffel Tower, but also visit the Museum of Man, the Cité de l'Architecture et du Patrimoine or the Aquarium of Paris, built under the hill.