These neighbouhoods are in the 16th arrondissement which is divided into three areas. A large part consists of the Bois de Boulogne, a huge park in which there are stadiums, museums and a horse track. The northern part extends up to the Charles de Gaulle Etoile and is wealthier with its avenues, beautiful buildings, parks and expensive life-style. It is quieter than the centre of the city. In the southern part there are the modern high-rise buildings that face the Seine. Here there are more supermarkets than grocery shops and life is not expensive. At night it is better to go north to the Champs Elyses if you are in search of entertainment. Pay-parking areas and good metro connections make getting around easy and inexpensive.