Neuilly-sur-Seine - adjacent to the city centre of Paris - is the capital's most exclusive residential district and is situated in the heart of the 'golden business triangle' formed by Neuilly-sur-Seine, Levallois-Perret and La Défense. The International Herald Tribune, now known as the International New York Times, is headquartered here.
Neuilly remains a prestigious address and the neighbourhood has had many famous residents such as Sophie Marceau, Anaïs Nin and Édith Piaf, along with artists like Wassily Kandinsky and Niki de Saint Phalle. The late Duke and Duchess of Windsor also lived in the area in the 1950s and 60s.
There are theatres to enjoy, parks to jog in, squares to wander about, historical monuments to visit, a golf practice range, cinema and even a roller skate park. In 1956, the Paris Boys Choir was created in Neuilly and the choir continues to perform here and in many other places worldwide.
- Musical performances