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Living in The Trocadéro Area of Paris

September 25, 2020
Many people know of Trocadéro as this great big spot in Paris that overlooks the Eiffel Tower. You've probably seen many people post snapshots of the iconic landmark on Instagram from this vantage point. As well as spotted the place in movies and TV series. But what a lot of people might not know is that Trocadéro is actually also a district and a fine one at that! Beyond the many tourist spots it encompasses, the area is actually one of the best places to move into if you're getting relocated to the French capital. How so? Well, these good points might convince you!

Living in The Trocadéro Area of Paris

 

A Parisian Suburb

Very rarely will you hear (or read) the words 'Paris' and 'suburb' within the same sentence. The French capital is such a bustling metropolis that it's far from the quiet lifestyle you'd expect in ordinary suburbs. But the Trocadéro has long been considered one of the "suburbs of Paris," in that it's an incredibly residential place amidst a very busy capital city. Luxury apartments and residential townhouses reign supreme here, each more suitable for a home than the next. Not to mention the community, at large, is very wealthy and conservative. Expect a high-standard and high-quality lifestyle to be common here! 

Living in The Trocadéro Area of Paris

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Markets for Days

In the suburbs, what should you expect in terms of retail? Garage sales! And in what's referred to as the "suburbs of Paris," Trocadéro, expect to find a lot of markets that give off the same feel. This part of Paris has many vide greniers and brocantes, types of flea market run by residents. They all seem like garage sales but done the Parisian way. But don't expect worn-out items to be offered here! They only see old but high-quality stuff in such places. Every time there's one in the area, you can shop for some new knick-knacks to put into your new home.  

Living in The Trocadéro Area of Paris

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Great Shopping

Though if you can afford better stuff, what's stopping you from going on a shopping spree in the upscale stores in this area? If your place needs some sprucing up, Diptyque offers quality home decor that will really pack on the impact. It's been a now establishment since the 1960s so you know that it's a trustworthy boutique. The same goes for Arthus-Bertrand when it comes to jewelry. Picking out something special for yourself or a certain someone? The sparkling pieces this store offers will do just fine! And if you're craving for some chocolate, stop by Patrick Roger and taste their gourmet sweets. It's the perfect way to end a shopping spree! 

Living in The Trocadéro Area of Paris

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Retreats for Relaxation

At times you'd just want to retreat for some relaxation, right? It's only natural, most especially when you're living in such a busy city like Paris. fortunately, if you live in the Trocadéro, there are some places you can go to to get some peaceful "me time!" The Palais de Chaillot, for instance, is a beautiful classical structure that gives you a perfect elevated view of the Eiffel Tower. While it can get busy at times, you can still find a spot all your own in this vast space. While the Jardin du Trocadéro provides some much-needed botanical bliss amidst this urban landscape. 

Living in The Trocadéro Area of Paris

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Sumptuous Series of Foodie Hotspots

Finally, no Parisian neighborhood is complete without a series of delectable foodie hotspots. They're part of what makes Paris such a great city to live in—you get to taste all sorts of excellent food! One you ought to try as often as you can in this area is Lac-Hong, a sumptuous Vietnamese restaurant. It's the most delicious unkept secret among the residents in this district. And if you want the quintessential cafe experience, on the other hand, Café Carette not only serves great coffee and tasty French treats, but it also gives you a stunning view of the Eiffel Tower. You won't mind returning here every once and a while! 

Living in The Trocadéro Area of Paris

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Here in Paris, there are loads of suitable neighborhoods to choose from as your new home. Trocadéro is definitely one of them. It's a peaceful and upscale district that can ensure you get to live a comfortable life amidst a very busy capital city! 




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