The 19th district of Paris is located at the northeast end of the city. It is bordered to the north by the town of Aubervilliers, on the east by the municipalities of Pantin des Lilas and Pré-Saint-Gervais, south by the 20th district and on the west by the 10th and 18th arrondissements.
Apart from Pere Lachaise and parks Buttes-Chaumont and La Villette, here is perhaps one of the least known faces of Paris, including the Parisians themselves. Probably because the 19th and 20th arrondissements have changed over the past two decades, and they drag behind them a lot of misconceptions. Lacking grandiose monument or architectural masterpiece, offering planning without unity, the ancient villages of the North East of the capital are not less attractive because even truly "inhabited". Amid a mixed population, we like to discover here an unusual city, a vibrant city also remains busy late into the night with a myriad of bars to the desired decoration.