Paris Travel Planner   Saint-Germain in Paris, France
A church and a boulevard mark the heart of Paris's Latin Quarter.

 

 

 

In Paris, Saint-Germain usually refers to the neighborhood around the Église de Saint-Germain-des-Prés and along the boulevard Saint-Germain in the Latin Quarter on the Left Bank of the River Seine, in the 5e and 6e arrondissements.

The long boulevard Saint-Germain extends almost from the Champ-de-Mars by the Eiffel Tower to the Pont de Sully leading to the Île Saint-Louis (map).

Saint-Germain is part of the Latin Quarter, the student district in central Paris. It's also the home to a number of famous historic cafés, including Les Deux Magots and the Café de Flore.

Boulevard St-Germain, Paris, France


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