Get up at the crack of dawn to enjoy the city's most beautiful lights. Leave your studio on
rue de la Grande Chaumière,
and go to Sennelier, one of the last color artisans to supply artists. After a coffee at La Coupole
where you can sketch
the faces of the regulars, you can start your stroll through the large alleys of the Luxembourg garden.
Rest on the
benches, sketchbook in hand to capture the best viewpoints. Then, go to one of the many galleries of
Saint Germain. Or
go in search of a rare book in the Ecume des pages. Gourmets will stroll among the delights of the
shelves of the Grande
Epicerie de Paris, such as Ragueneau.
Built-in the 17th century, the church of Saint-Sulpice is one of the largest churches in Paris.
Inside, one can admire
the nave, the chapel of the Virgin with a statue by Jean-Baptiste Pigalle, masterful paintings
by Eugène Delacroix, and
the great organ by Cavaillé-Coll.
Adresse: place Saint-Sulpice 75006 Paris
écume des pages
The only remaining independent bookshop in the most literary district of Paris. Sometimes
transformed into a film set
for movies (hidden by Haneke, ten percent), it is open from ten to midnight!
Adresse: 174, boulevard Saint Germain, 75006 Paris
Artists buy their colors there. It used to be ground by hand before their eyes in the back room.
They invented the helios red,
the cinnabar greens, or the coral pink. The handmade products require very little machinery and
the recipes find their
balance between tradition and innovation.
Adresse: 3 quai Voltaire, 75007 Paris
5 Delacroix Museum
The Eugène Delacroix museum plunges you into the intimacy of the famous French
painter. A place of unique charm where he
lived the last six years of his life. The museum presents a selection of paintings, watercolors,
preparatory studies of the master, as well as letters and photographs of his entourage.
Adresse : 6 rue de furstemberg, 75006 paris
Grande épicerie de Paris
La Grande épicerie de Paris offers a unique range of quality food products:
spices, wines, luxury products (foie gras,
caviar), olive oils, fresh products (cheese, charcuterie, fish, etc.). 120 craftsmen cook all
the products of the pastry
shop, boulangerie, take-away products and catering on the spot.
Adresse : 38 rue de sèvres, 75007 paris
Jardin du Luxembourg
The most romantic getaway of the Left Bank. The garden is divided into a French and an English
part. In the center is a
large pond where children can play with sailboats. There is also an orchard, an apiary,
greenhouses and a rose garden.
106 statues are scattered throughout the park.
Adresse : rue de médicis,
rue de vaugirard, 75006 Paris
Cosmetics for nostalgic people. Buly offers perfumes and natural beauty treatments. In a 1800s
The musts: Concrète hand ointment or pracaxi oil. To go back in time time with your senses.
Adresse : 6 Rue Bonaparte, 75006 Paris
The restaurants and brasseries of Saint-Germain have played an important role in the history of Paris.
legendary names such as Le Flore and La Coupole.The best pastry chefs and chocolatiers, too. Let us
guide you through
the gastronomic meanderings of the city.
Means "Cheers" in ancient Greek. Welcome to a Greek homey, healthy and exclusively homemade
Traditional dishes from different greek regions are revisited and reinterpreted by
Adresse : 10 rue Guisarde , 75006 Paris
Since 1927, the brasserie La Coupole is one of the symbol of Montparnasse. French cuisine with
must-try dishes such as
choucroutes, beef tartar and seafood platters. Art-deco setting, listed as a historical
Adresse : 102 Bd du Montparnasse, 75014 Paris
A Parisian brunch in a Belle Epoque atmosphere. La Palette is a trendy bar-restaurant where the
Parisians of the Left
Bank and the "arty" youth of the neighbourhood gather. In their time, Cézanne, Picasso and Jim
Morrison have frequented
Adresse : 43 Rue de Seine, 75006 Paris
A restaurant with a very pure décor for lovers of Zen minimalism. Fine Japanese cuisine: sushi,
tempura, soba, sea
urchin and tofu with soy jelly, octopus cooked with red beans.
Adresse : 22 Rue Saint-Benoît, 75006 Paris
Italian gastronomy restaurant that takes care of both the warmth of the welcome and the quality
of the products.
It is a popular place to see and be seen, where many personalities from the world of politics,
culture and arts mingle.
Adresse : 1 rue Saint Sulpice, 75006 Paris
For past and present artists who have taken up residence in the 6th Paris is a party. When
the night is still young, you
can meet fellow artists on the dance floor at Castel or in the neighborhood bars and its lively
Saint-Germain-des-Prés, we find all the colors of the festival.
L’Arlequin tells a different story from usual mainstream cinemas. Opened in 1934, Jacques Tati
took over the cinema and
gave it its current name... Today, the programming, special screenings, debates and exhibitions
maintain its atmosphere
of conviviality and discovery.
Adresse : 76 Rue de Rennes, 75006 Paris
Little temple Bar
An Irish pub, a tribute to Dublin's Temple Bar where the beer flows freely. A place with a
peculiar character! Ideal for
celebrating a festive event.
Adresse : 12 Rue Princesse, 75006 Paris
If you like atypical bars with a retro style, where you can enjoy a platter of French
charcuteries and cheeses with a
bottle of wine, but also dance and sing at the top of your lungs until dawn to 80's music, the
Chai Antoine is the right
place for you!
Adresse : 4 Rue des Canettes, 75006 Paris
The iconic place of the 1960s night, when carefree living was the watchword of youth. Françoise
Sagan sat at the table
with Mick Jagger and Françoise Hardy. Serge Gainsbourg was never far away. Castel has stood
through time and remains
today a reference for lovers of the night.
Adresse : 15 Rue Princesse, 75006 Paris
The Mazet is the typical British pub! Varnished wooden furniture, colourful decoration and a
large bar where regulars
always sit... A meeting place for students at weekends, curious passers-by, English-speaking
tourists and British
Adresse : 61 Rue Saint-André des Arts, 75006 Paris
La cave Saint-Germain
A warm bar with a friendly atmosphere, ideal for watching a game or debating with friends.
It conceals a basement where, at nightfall, the well-behaved child turns into a rascal until the
end of the night.
Adresse : 17 Rue des Canettes, 75006 Paris