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The Best Reasons to Move To Paris' Grenelle Neighborhood

December 20, 2021
2021-12-20
It's pretty easy to think that you already know what Paris is all about but there's a big chance you don't know all of it. As much as the city is featured in movies, TV series, documentaries, news programs, and the like, actually going there will give you more insight than anything else. Take the Grenelle district for instance. Did you even know it existed before then? That it's actually located near one of, if not the most famous tourist attraction in the city? Or that it's also quite the shopper's dream area? Well, this post will tell you more about the Grenelle district!
The Best Reasons to Move To Paris' Grenelle Neighborhood


A Stone's Throw Away from The Eiffel Tower

Arguably the main reason why the Grenelle district will fascinate people is that it's actually located near the Eiffel Tower. It's not walking distance to it—though if you prefer to walk for miles and miles, it's still possible—its close proximity, considering that Paris is a huge city overall, makes it quite the in-demand neighborhood. And if you think this little tidbit won't benefit residents of the city, think again. Living near the Eiffel Tower won't just get you a great view of the iconic landmark, but it will also give your visitors from other countries something to do.
The Best Reasons to Move To Paris' Grenelle Neighborhood
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Some Few Good Tourist Attractions

Though don't think that just because the Eiffel Tower is near the Grenelle neighborhood, doesn't mean it's the only attraction worth your while. Or rather, worth your visitors' while. Also near the iconic monument—making it near this district as well—is the Champ de Mars park, one of the most beautiful in Paris, Always filled with families on a picnic or playing together, it's a spot worth taking your visitors too when you have free time. As well as Pont de Grenelle, located along the River Seine, which bears the replica of the equally iconic Statue of Liberty in New York City.
The Best Reasons to Move To Paris' Grenelle Neighborhood
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Easy To Commute Around

As a new resident of Paris, there's a good and bad side to living in the Grenelle neighborhood. The former is that it's not the most peaceful area in the city. Though if you planned on moving to Paris, you should have known that you were gambling on not living a quiet lifestyle here. But the latter, on the other hand, is since it is a pretty lively district, this often means that public transport is alive and well here. You'll have no trouble hailing a taxi in this neighborhood, with or without the help of a transportation app!
The Best Reasons to Move To Paris' Grenelle Neighborhood
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Tasty Corner of Paris

As already mentioned, the Grenelle district is one busy area in Paris. And a big part of the reason why is because there are many great culinary options here. From a relaxing café in for breakfast to a nice business lunch in a fancy restaurant, there are lots to choose from if you chose to dine out. La Cantine du Troquet Dupleix is particularly noteworthy, what with its mouthwatering menu of meaty dishes. Le Suffren, on the other hand, is as classic a brasserie as the rest of them. Very much worth your while!
The Best Reasons to Move To Paris' Grenelle Neighborhood
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So Many Places to Shop

Now, let's talk about shopping! Admit it! Part of the reason why you wanted you didn't mind getting relocated to Paris is that you're a big shopper right? Well, whether you are or not, you can still purchase a lot of great stuff near your home if you chose the Grenelle neighborhood. After all, Rue Beaugrenelle is located here! A beautiful street lined with all sorts of shops, boutiques, and the like, it's the type of area where, no matter how often you return here, you'll find something new to buy that's worth your extra Euros and more!
The Best Reasons to Move To Paris' Grenelle Neighborhood
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Swim Whenever You Want

You probably never would have thought that one of the things you can do in Paris is swim, right? The famous bodies of water here are beautiful, yes, but they're not exactly the type where you can splash around. Fortunately, if you've always felt that you're. a fish out of water—literally or figuratively, take your pick!—there's Piscine Keller. One of the most prominent community pools in the city, it's where you can swim to your heart's content in your free time. You can even pretend you're practicing for the Olympics in their biggest pools and such!
The Best Reasons to Move To Paris' Grenelle Neighborhood
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Never underestimate Paris, most especially if you plan on living here! You might be surprised that there are places here like the Grenelle district, a neighborhood that might just fit your lifestyle in more ways than you can count on one hand!

You may not know this yet but even the Grenolles neighborhood in Paris has its own fair share of luxury rentals. Go for one now!




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