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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 the day students rush from classes to the library and intellectuals people watch from the terraced cafés. As night time falls the surrounding establishments fill up and the merriment really begins. The liveliest parts are around Rue Mouffetard, lined with crêperies and international street food eateries, and Place de la Contrescarpe characterised by terraced brasseries, this neighbourhood provides real nourishment for the mind, belly, and soul.
Churches & Cathedrals, Points of Interest & Landmarks
"EXCELLENT GOTHIC CHURCH"
reviewed 6 days ago by Dennis P
This is a beautiful small church just opposite the Louvre
.Soaring ceilings and stained glass windows make it a very relaxing and reverent place. Mass was being said when we visited so we did not have the freedom to roam and take it all in.
"A must see, takes only a couple of hours but well wother it."
reviewed 6 days ago by Seattle-wa-jim
this little building, next to an ancient roman bath, is a must. it has a room with beautiful, huge tapestries of the unicorn series. each tapestry is beautifully done and impressive. adjacent to the building is a great little park where we ate a quick lunch. the outside of the museum has great windows with a collection of wonderful gargoyles.
Points of Interest & Landmarks, Architectural Buildings
"On our way back to the hotel from Notre Dame, we found the Pantheon"
reviewed 2 days ago by trojans
On a recent trip to Paris, my husband and I were making our way back to our hotel in the 6th arrondissement when we came upon Paris's Pantheon.
I've visited Paris twice prior and never visited the Pantheon.
It is expansive and exquisite like so many other structures in Paris---once a church but now more of a resting place for...
"Lovely jardins off the Seine, not far from Notre-Dame Cathedral."
reviewed 1 week ago by David S
The entrance at the gardens is free of charge. There are also other activities, museums or the zoo where there´s no free admission. Just a walk across the gardins is worth it. This is located not far from Notre-Dame Cathedral.
This museum has an amazing setpiece of stuffed animals, mostly mammals. It also has some huge bone sculptures of whales. The exhibits are pretty extensive but unfortunately only 10% or less are in English. I do understand its to cater to a more local crowd but there are many tourists who visit!
This place was such a treat! It's beautiful inside, very quirky and quaint. Everyone working there was so friendly and welcoming. The food was gorgeous!!! Lamb shoulder just melted, and the desserts (we went for chocolate fondant and poached pears) were out of this world! We were visited on a Fri and were really disappointed they close over the weekend...
$$ - $$$ • Italian, Pizza, Mediterranean, European
"As good a pizza as I've had anywhere"
reviewed 1 week ago by Mark K
We all had different pizzas, they were all very tasty. Crisp (but not hard) base, delicious topping, cheese not too stringy, and if anything, the whole thing was a bit too big. Absolutely lovely.
We didn't have starters, so managed to fit in some desert. Panna cotta was perfect, cannoli not quite as good but respectable. Some decent wine and...
Of course following the Trip advisor near by restaurants I was attracted by the pictures of the food and the excellent rating. And I was not mistaken!
Menu is short and they offer daily specials. The set menu of starter, main course and dessert is 30€.
I decided to take starter, dessert and glass of red wine wich costed me...
A delightful little Greek restaurant: warm ambiance, great décor. Everyone is very friendly and the food is very good. I had the calamar salade (excellent light olive oil), my spouse the crevettes. We both had lamb but I got the better version: la recette de ma grand-mère. That's not to say my spouse didn't enjoy his roast lamb but that...
This is a great hotel in a fabulous location. The accommodations were excellent e.g. comfortable bed, nice size deluxe room, beautiful & highly functional bathroom, wonderful breakfast, and outstanding staff responsive to all of our needs!. We used the Hamman (steam room) one evening and it was lovely. This hotel is between two metro stops and two blocks walking from...
"We didn't realize that the name was The White Rabbit from Alice in Wonderland"
reviewed 4 days ago by Travelinfool100547
We arrived to realize that it wan't just a great spot to stay, it was actually a themed hotel. It was so nice, the decor was such it made you "feel" like you were in Wonderland. The staff was so helpful and our accommodations were really comfortable. I would highly recommend this hotel to anyone wishing to be in the...
The hotel that makes you feel like your one of the family. Perfect location for all the hot spots in Paris. The hotel restaurant is so Europe it petite and perfect for a yummy breakfast. The staff is second to none on hospitality and service for your every need
We stayed for two nights before travelling onto Versailles for the Ryder Cup. The hotel is fantastic and just as previous reviews have described. Absolutely spotlessly clean with a wonderful modern Paris feel. We stayed in a room on the top floor with two small balcony’s. The rooms are very well planned with clever use of mirrors to add to...
My wife and I, along with our two adult children, stayed here for 3 nights. We chose the hotel for its location, good reviews, and availability of a "family" room, even though the cost was a bit above our price range. The concierge was friendly and helpful. The room--although it felt "cozy" even for a family room--showed the work of...