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Best place to eat traditional french food. It’s a very touristic neighborhood but not expensive.
One of the most historical and colorful areas of Paris. During the Middle Ages, the Sorbonne University attracted scholars from all over Europe who learned and spoke Latin, explaining the quarter's name. There are still many higher education institutions in this historic academic quarter, including…
Make sure you go to one of the countless bookstores of this student area, or at least to the famous Shakespeare and Company. You should also walk around the Jardin du Luxembourg (Park) and, very close to it, see the University La Sorbonne and visit the huge Panthéon, a former church where…
Also known as the 5th arrondissement, the quaint Latin Quarter is home to the Sorbonne University and student-filled cafes. It's also famed for its bookshops, including the landmark Shakespeare & Company.
Start with visiting ther Panthéon and his famous Foucault pendulum, then take the Descartes street and immerge yourself in the old Paris. Let yourself be surprised by the Contrescape place and go down the Mouffetard street until the 15th century Saint-Médard church.
Lots of nice bars open until 1am with the typical Paris atmosphere and nice old town streets. Prices are average
Everything about the Paris you've dreamt of: book shop, the banks of the Seine, Antics shop, cafés, theaters and the Luxembourg garden!