Life in this western Paris is second to none. Located on the edge of Paris, this district is a vast quiet and peaceful bourgeois parcel whose outlines are reminiscent of those of a village. A stone's throw from the Bois de Boulogne is one of the most famous places in the area: Roland Garros. Tennis fans will be able to hit a few balls before giving way to the champions in May. Large tables, such as the Relai d'Auteuil or its high density of antique shops offer the population of many alibis to go out and enjoy the neighborhood. One of the other major advantages of this village is the extreme accessibility with many buses and metro available.