Despite not being technically in the Latin Quarter, it's worth walking over to see this stunning Gothic masterpiece on Île de la Cité. Although damaged by fire in 2019, restoration work is in progress to revive its grandeur.
René Viviani Square, opposite Saint-Julien-le-Pauvre Church, offers tranquility amid the busy Latin Quarter. Enjoy the 19th-century Fontaine de la Vierge and breathtaking views of Notre Dame Cathedral.
A magnificent Gothic marvel, with a 78-meter octagonal tower, stained glass windows, and vibrant parish life. Enjoy cultural events, choral music, and artistic exhibitions throughout the year in Paris' Latin Quarter.
A leading scientific institution, home to an extensive collection of flora, fauna, and anthropological treasures. It showcases thematic galleries and a magnificent fossil room with dinosaur specimens.
Enjoy sightseeing cruises departing from La Tournelle Port near Notre-Dame Cathedral, offering stunning views of Paris' landmarks. Relax on a boat, listen to live narration, and learn about the city's history.
Formerly a church, now a national mausoleum, honoring notable figures like Voltaire, Marie Curie, and Victor Hugo. Admire its classical and neoclassical architecture!
Enjoy vibrant food market, cozy restaurants, affordable prices, historical landmarks, and authentic French cuisine and street food.
Café de Flore
Experience its iconic art deco ambiance, lively outdoor terrace, and exquisite French cuisine.
Le Caveau de la Huchette
Le Petit Journal Saint-Michel
Le Piano Vache
Shakespeare & Company
A famous bookstore that sells new and used books in English and French.
Café de Flore
A bookstore chain with several branches in the Latin Quarter. Sells new and used books in French and English.
La librairie Compagnie
An independent bookstore specializing in contemporary French and European literature.