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Moving to Paris? Paris is divided into 20 arrondissements. The numbering system starts in the centre, with #1 (written as le premier or 1e) being home to the Louvre. The districts spiral outwards, growing in size as they do. The 20e (20th) arrondissement is at the city’s eastern edge. The central districts (1e and 2e) and the 9e are mostly commercial and business areas. The low numbers are typically more expensive, with the 8e being particularly chic, and the 7e popular with families. The larger, more residential arrondissements from the 12e to the 20e are often made up of several neighbourhoods, so the tone can change street by street. The 16e and 17e are home to international schools, and the 14e and 15e are quiet and peaceful, compared to the bustling centre. Real estate is also called immo in French. L'agent immo is translated Housing Agent. Your search starts here with