Paris is 20 administrative districts, each with its own life. And it's not about the list of local attractions, history or standard of living. The main thing is their special spirit.
Thus, the outskirts of Rivoli still breathe royal-imperial luxury, on the paving of the left bank of the Seine - traces of May 68 (and under the cobblestones of the sidewalk - the beach), and the road to the "Red Mill", Moulin Rouge, in the manner of cabaret lined with the atmosphere of frivolous half-life.
Paris doesn't struggle with cliches. Roasted chestnuts do sell at the Eiffel Tower. It's just that Paris is so much more than all those clichés. And when you get to the French capital, get to know the city in its entirety, as it should, comme il faut.