A village feel

Formelly called Petit-Montrouge, the Alésia area is located in the 14th arrondissement of Paris and was named after rue d’Alésia. This area looks like a village and spreads from Montparnasse to Porte de Châtillon.
Alésia stands out from most Paris districts due to many individual houses with backyards. It used to be part of the city called Montrouge which was incorporated to Paris in the 19th century. The paved streets and small buildings are the real charm of this residential area. Many colourful doors and buildings full of flowers can be seen in rue des Thermopyles for example.
There are a lot of prêt-à-porter outlets on rue d’Alésia where discounts are very interesting all year through. The area offers also a nice fruit and vegetable market twice a week.
The Catacombs are the main touristic site of the 14th arrondissement. Initially stone quarries the Catacombs became an ossuary in the 18th century. It contain the remains of about 6 million Parisians and is about 1.5km long and 20 metres deep. The entrance located on Place Denfert Rochereau. This site is very popular amongst visitors.




Public transport
Metro line 4

The advantages of the area
- Quiet
- Résidential
- Ideal for business people and families

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