The Latin Quarter is home to architecture, the university, museums like the Cluny and many, many restaurants. It is a wonderful place to take a stroll or enjoy a drink an outdoor cafe.
Dating from the 14 C, Pont St-Michel is connecting Ile de la Cite with Quartier Latin, opened through Place St-Michel, a popular meeting place for students, with its fountain by Davioud.
The Latin Quarter is lively and has lots to look at. Tons of souvenir shops, affordable restaurants (although most have bad reps), English-language bookstores, etc.
People in Paris are very friendly in general, but especially so in the Latin quarter, the district which borders on the Sorbonne. Be sure to try the cassi ice cream from one of the vendors!
This narrow, in some parts pedestrianized, street is a treat to walk. Packed with shops and outdoor food vendors, it is a great place to grab a picnic lunch and stroll down to Montparnasse.
LATIN QUARTIER. Fantastic area full of life, restaurants and cafés. It is very nice to walk around here.