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The Latin Quarter

The Latin Quarter

Cafes and jazz clubs of the Saint-Germain district became famous thanks to their writers, musicians and artists. At the end of the 19th century, Verlaine, Rimbaud and MallarmÈ made the reputation of the cafés ´ Les Deux Magots ª and ´ Le Café Flore ª. In 1925 they became the meeting point of surrealist artists but also of Picasso, Saint-ExupÈry or Hemingway. In the 50's , Jean Paul Sartre and Simone de Beauvoir wrote there every day.

Go for a walk along the boulevard and leave yourself to the romance of this area where ideas always bubble up.

The left bank contains many of the Paris monuments, museums and gardens, ranging from the brand-new Institut du Monde Arabe to the Middle Age Cluny Museum, or the Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle in the Jardin des Plantes.


St Germain des Pres & Odeon

How to get there

From hotel Etoile Park take the bus 92 at Charles de Gaulle until Bosquet Rapp and bus 63 until St Germain des Pres in approx 25 minutes.

Hotels near The Latin Quarter

Hotel Design Sorbonne Paris
Hotel les Dames du Pantheon Paris
Hotel Grands Hommes Paris Pantheon
Hotel Residence Henri IV Paris
Hotel Baume Paris
Hotel La belle Juliette St Germain Paris

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