nice walk, good restaurants, stores and bars. difference cultures the quarter is one of my especial places
About Latin Quarter
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If you like tourist theater. I.e., manufactured reality, then you will love the Latin Quarter. In what once was the bohemian center of Paris you now find endless gift shops and (not very good) greek restaurants. Oh yes, you will also find Americans, Germans, Brits,...More
Lovely part of Paris, narrow streets, becomes very crowded at night even during week days, lots of souvenir shops, restaurants of many part of the world. I enjoyed it.
A lovely place, that you cannot miss out going to if you are in Paris. You will find tiny restaurants along the street, where you have to try their cheese fondue. I tried a couple of restaurants and they all serve delicious mouthwatering cheese fondue....More
Cheapest souvenirs in Paris. But if you see something you like, check the other stores first because it may be cheaper next door. Wait and buy your key chains here and not from the vendors hustling around the Eiffel tower. And when you finish go...More
I had lived in this neighborhood and it still retains its charm, even more so on a cloudy winter's late afternoon. For example a cheese monger was chatting with another customer but he saw me and, unbidden, handed me a slice of the cheese on...More
The whole area is full of buildings with fine french architecture plus the Sorbonne, Pantheon and Luxembourg Gardens to see as well. Also has a host of restaurants to try!!
The Latin Quarter is a great place to explore winding city streets with quaint shops and cafes. Unless you are fond of reveling crowds at night, you might want to choose lodging elsewhere in the city.
Imagine walking around the village in New York, I find the latin quarter to be similar though with even better and more quaint streets, better cafe's and a vibe that is a mix of relaxed and boho with french sophistication thrown in.
If you are looking for a fun spot for dinner, definately stop here! You can get decent meals from the many small restaurants, and pop through souvenir shops and get some perfect macarons!