An avenue in the 16th arrondissement, Victor Hugo area comprises of Place Charles de and ends at Place Tattegrain. The area is also one of the twelve avenues that starts at the Étoile, being the second longest of the twelve after the avenue des Champs-Élysées. The district was originally named as avenue de Saint-Cloud, which was later renamed as the avenue Victor Hugo in the year 1881. One of the most prestigious avenues in Paris, Victor Hugo district is a quiet and pleasant area located in the vicinity of Paris's iconic sites, the Trocadéro, the Eiffel Tower, and the Champ de Mars. To enjoy a break in the lap of nature, stop at Square Lamartine, where you will find Puits Artésien de Passy, dating back to 1861. Other popular attractions in the 16th arrondissement include Place du Trocadero, Jardin d'Acclimatation and Bois de Boulogne, among others.
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During your extended stay in Paris, choose to stay in attractive Victor Hugo avenue to experience the classic Parisian splendour. The area is popular for its wide tree lined boulevards where bourgeois apartment buildings adorn the streets. When you choose a short-term stay in Victor Hugo, you can experience and see the epitome of the Baron Haussmann’s 19th century architectural marvels in the buildings and apartments in this area. We offer luxury serviced apartments in Victor Hugo that redefines the elegance, charm and the comfort of a Parisian home. If you are looking for good corporate accommodation options in Victor Hugo, book an apartment with us. The area where our apartments are located offers easy access to excellent museums, remarkable restaurants, cafes and parks.
The Victor Hugo avenue is located just a stone’s throw from the iconic Champs-Elysées and the Arc de Triomphe, making it a central location of the 16th arrondissement. If you are looking forward to enjoy the charm and the refinement of a Parisian culture, visit the two unusual museums of this district that is the Musée de la Contrefaçon (giving you an insight into the world of counterfeits) and the Musée Dapper (specializing in African art). If you are looking for forward to a special shopping experience, hit the busiest shopping street of the area- the rue de Passy. The street is home to the shopping centre, Passy Plaza, where you’ll find around 26 shops including big brands such as Gap, H&M, Okaïdi, Lacoste Woman and footwear specialist Repetto.
From Victor Hugo neighbourhood, enjoy easy access to all nearby attractions in the city. Owing to the strategic location of this area, it offers easy access to central Paris and is served by metro stations such as Victor Hugo, Kléber, Foch and Porte Dauphine. Apart from metros, the area is also well-served by various other public transportation options, like buses and the RER commuter train but is it always fun to explore the city on foot as you might walk through secret found places of this beautiful Victor Hugo avenue.