Vaugirard

Breakfast is as simple as buying a croissant at the bakery beneath your apartment.

Brightly painted doors and tidy boucheries create a classic Parisian ambiance in Vaugirard. Walking through this everyday neighborhood’s park spaces and stone plazas makes you feel right at home, if home were a centuries-old rustic paradise. Except for its main boulevards that tout bars and brasseries, Vaugirard is quiet, residential, and removed—a perfect combination when you’re looking for a serene respite amidst the clamor of Paris.

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On the Map

Vaugirard is within XV Arrondissement and bordered by Alésia, Porte de Versailles, Invalides - Ecole Militaire, Montparnasse, XIV Arrondissement, Commerce - Dupleix, and VII Arrondissement

Charles de Gaulle airport: About an hour by Subway
Orly airport: About 45 min by Subway (about 35 min by taxi)
Châtelet-les-Halles: About 20 min by Subway
Eiffel Tower: About 20 min by Subway

  • Public transit is Easy
  • Having a car is Possible

Classic Residential Paris, Right Next to the Eiffel Tower

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Vaugirard is an ideal neighborhood for families who want easy access to the rest of the city without the commotion of an urban downtown.

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Vaugirard Invites You to Relax

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With so many bookstores in the neighborhood, grabbing a novel and heading to the park is almost a prerequisite of a visit to Vaugirard.

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Relax under the watchful gaze of the Eiffel Tower.

Simply Parisian: Bistros, Wine, and Butchers

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Care to share a bottle of wine?

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Oui, indeed.

Photography

Airbnb works with local photographers to capture the spirit of neighborhoods all around the world. The photography on this page includes work by:

Rachael Woodson

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Rachael Woodson is an American photographer based in Paris. She studied photography at the School of Visual Arts in NYC and ENSBA in Paris. Her work explores realms of psychology and family. She also photographs for clients including Airbnb, Rolling Stone, and Nylon. Rachael had an amazing time photographing the diverse neighborhoods and people of Paris for this project.