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5ème arrondissement

Panthéon - Monge

The 5th arrondissement is an intellectual, academic and tourist center. It’s also one of the liveliest districts in the evening. The Latin Quarter owes its name to its location, on the site of the old Roman town Lutetia of which there remains for example the amphitheater and the Thermes de Cluny, and to its many universities, including the Sorbonne founded in the 13th century by Robert de Sorbon where lessons were given in Latin, once spoken throughout Europe. Square Monge opened in 1859, and integrated the former rue Triperet. It was named after its proximity to rue Monge and the mathematician Gaspard Monge . One of the 5th arrondissement’s three markets is held three times a week there. The Panthéon, in the heart of the Latin Quarter, at the top of Montagne Sainte-Geneviève, sits at the center of place du Panthéon. It’s surrounded by the 5th arrondissement’s city hall, the Sainte-Geneviève Library and the Law Faculty. The monument, which is open to the public, now honors the memory of the men and women having marked France’s history. Rue Soufflot offers a lovely view stretching from the Panthéon to the Luxembourg Gardens. Of interest: Sorbonne; Panthéon; Jardin des Plantes; and Collège de France.

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6ème arrondissement

Saint Germain - Luxembourg

The 6th arrondissement includes four districts: La Monnaie, Odeon, Notre-Dame-des-Champs and Saint-Germain-des-Prés. Tourists flood to Saint-Germain-des-Prés and the Luxembourg Gardens, where you’ll also find the French Senate. At the beginning of the 20th century, the area was popular with intellectuals and philosophers, in particular the Café de Flore and Les Deux Magots. The 17th century buildings in Saint-Germain-des-Prés have lost nothing of their charm, and it’s particularly famous for its luxury stores, gourmet restaurants and intimate alleys. The Luxembourg Gardens, created in 1612, are open to the public and joined to the Senate. They cover 23 hectares of land decorated with flowerbeds and sculptures. Of interest: Institut de France; Luxembourg Palace and Gardens; Théâtre de l’Odéon; Hôtel des Monnaies; Les Deux Magots café; Café de Flore; Pont Neuf; Pont des Arts; École des Beaux-Arts; Le Procope café; and Saint-Sulpice church.

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7ème arrondissement

Champ de Mars - Carré Rive Gauche

The 7th arrondissement is home to several political and administrative buildings, in particular the National Assembly, Les Invalides, the UNESCO Headquarters and Hôtel Matignon. The Eiffel Tower, built initially for the world fair held in Paris in 1889, overlooks the Champ de Mars and its wide tree-lined avenues. The Champ de Mars is a totally open public garden situated between the Eiffel Tower and the Ecole Militaire. It’s one of Paris’ largest parks and attracts huge numbers of Parisians and tourists every year. The Carré Rive Gauche association of antique dealers and art galleries, established in 1977, is located in the heart of the 7th arrondissement, a short distance from the Louvre Museum, on the other side of the Pont du Carrousel bridge. It attracts lots of professional art dealers who like to display treasures and relics from around the world. Each year the district organizes a festival during which the galleries open their doors to exhibit their most exciting finds on a common theme. Of interest: Musée Rodin; Musée du Quai Branly; Musée d’Orsay; Eiffel Tower; Champ de Mars garden; Les Invalides; and the National Assembly.

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15ème arrondissement

Beaugrenelle - Seine Quayside

​The 15th arrondissement is the largest and most populated of Paris. It has a number of large parks including the Parc André Citroën and several museums, such as the Musée de la Poste and the Musée Pasteur. You’ll also find the Parc des Expositions, which is Paris’ largest events venue. This arrondissement is also home to the famous Tour Montparnasse, not far from the Necker district, which for a long time was the tallest skyscraper in France Of interest: Tour Montparnasse; the greenhouses in Parc André Citroën; Japanese Culture House of Paris; Palais des Sports; the Front de Seine skyscrapers; the Beaugrenelle shopping mall; and Musée Bourdelle.

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