Paris district de la Bourse is the second in a row according to the administrative division of the city. It’s name was taken from the Paris stock exchange situated here. Building of Stock exchange is former Palais Brongniart made in antique style. Despite the presence of sights all over the 2nd district there are lots of commercial complexes: shopping areas, boutiques, banks.
However, the administrative buildings are quite old: the complex of the Ministry of Finance and the Bank of France, complexes of Richelieu–Louvois and Opéra-Comique. The complexes of Richelieu–Louvois is building of the National Library of France well known for its extensive collection of ancient manuscripts. Here is the biggest in Europe cinema le Grand Rex, few galleries. The tourists may observe boulevards, compact squares.. everything is very conservative and very pleasant.
In short, the second Paris district has something to do. You can walk along the famous boulevard des Capucines, from where sinema became, or go for shopping in shopping district le Sentier.