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The section of Paris south of the River Seine.
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed June 29, 2013

Having downloaded the Trip Advisor City Guides app onto the iPhone before going away to Paris for 3 days, we used the 'The Left Bank & The Latin Quarter' route which had been suggested as it had quite a few sights and stops which interested...More

17  Thank alexasholidays
Most Helpful Critical Review
Reviewed January 16, 2014

The Left Bank is a historical reference to the area, mostly around the Latin Quarter, South of the Seine River. This was a thriving hot spot for artists, philosophers and writers of a bygone era. Today, the name refers more generally to a wider stretch...More

9  Thank BradJill
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Reviewed 2 days ago

This is not what the same as in the 70s, of course, but the area is still a must-see, especially the gardens.

Thank mouzer22
Reviewed 1 week ago

Reminds me of the years I lived in Paris, nearby. Plenty of restaurants, bars, shops, markets, a living area. Not to miss.

Thank carlosmp
Reviewed 1 week ago

As shoppers, we headed to Le Rive Gauche primarily to check out Le Bon Marche department store. We had read that this is one area of the city that is not visited that often by tourists. I concur. It was a pleasure to be able...More

Thank elmettehead
Reviewed 1 week ago

I crossed from Notre Dame and walked through the little park, René Viviani. I exited past the Church of St. Julien le Pauvre and walked around some of the really interesting back streets of probably the most well known areas of Paris, Rive Gauche -...More

1  Thank scouse1941
Reviewed 1 week ago

I visited this lovely place in the evening it was really cool place to hang out there caves and restaurants around it's also was starting place for the for the river cruise there are a lot of historical attractions and ancient buildings around you can...More

Thank Ashwathram r
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The left bank is where one can experience the true life in Paris. Filled with wonderful restaurants, shops of every type imaginable and of course churchs to be visited and admired.

Thank ugyved
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I loved walking through this is area on my way back to my hotel. The streets are very quaint, and each store is more interesting than the next. Don't miss it.

Thank Cynthia S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The Left Bank is almost half the city, and you should not miss it as there are so many important historical sites there as well as great cafes and restaurants.

Thank Thomas V
Reviewed October 2, 2018

In a 1-week holiday we went to walk round the left bank three times! There is so much to enjoy, such as the Sorbonne, the Pantheon, the Jardin de Luxembourg, the streets, the restaurants, the ambience. We are ready to go back!

Thank Graham J
Reviewed September 30, 2018

The 5th and 6th arr, are, for me, the best part of Paris. They have good food and a variety of terrific attractions.

Thank berkeleybobw
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Quartier Latin
The Latin Quarter bursts with intellectual life,
architectural splendour and ongoing merriment. The
small streets are filled with classical buildings,
student bars and lively eateries while the squares are
dominated by historic monuments. The area is defined
by the 800-year-old Sorbonne University, where Latin
once prevailed, and is famous for the Pantheon which
celebrates the great men and women of France. During
...More
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The Rodin museum is about 100m from station Varenne on metro line 13. Close to Hotel Des Invalides (musee de l'armee)
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