Running north to south through the heart of Neuilly, a town that touches Paris's western edges, is the Boulevard du Château. Although difficult to track down today, the chateau this road refers to once occupied 170 hectares of land and dominated the river beneath. After wandering aimlessly around the somewhat sterilised streets of the town, I eventually find the remains of the building, not on the Boulevard or Rue du Château, but on the corner of the Boulevard de la Saussaye and the Boulevard d'Argenson.
A Paris Revolution
A specially designed trail around Paris – and a new book detailing the route - aims to get more people out into the suburbs. Here I talk to its creators about the walk and about the importance of discovering a city's suburbs.
What happened to the Pathé Victor Hugo? Bringing an art deco masterpiece in from the cold...
Map Hacking and Murder at the Villa des Ternes
The gates may be locked, but there's no keeping me out when there are mysteries to uncover!
Pigalle: the battle is lost but who won the war?
The Pigalle district of Paris is clearly changing, but is it for the better? Who are the winners and who are the losers?