This is one neighbourhood of Paris that I regret not spending more time in.
We were there so briefly that I didn’t even take a picture!
arrondissement is one of the oldest and smallest in Paris.
Many business and administration buildings are located here, but it’s also the location of Paris’ most famous museum and the west end of Île de la Cité.
Having an RER station so close made it easy to get there direct from the airport, and to do a day trip to the Palace of Versailles.
A student-dominated neighbourhood, the Latin Quarter has a young, lively atmosphere filled with shops, bistros and cafes.
Much like the Latin Quarter, St-Germain-des-Prés has a long-standing café culture with an intellectual, posh-bohemian vibe.
I hope this guide helps you choose where to stay in Paris!
The Latin Quarter is where we stayed during our 4 day trip to Paris.