Latin Quarter in Paris
The Latin quarter is made up of Paris's 5th and 6th arrondissements. Its name originates from the fact that it is (and has been for centuries) the university quarter, Latin being the language of scholars. In the area you'll see the prestigious university of la Sorbonne and many other important colleges which explain why the streets and terrace cafés are always full of students.
As you go down boulevard Saint-Michel you will pass by busy shops before finding yourself at the impressive Fontaine Saint Michel. This fountain was an idea conceived by Baron Haussmann, and it was designed to hide a rather unattractive building facade. The fountain itself depicts the Archangel Michael fighting against the Devil.
Today it is a popular meeting spot for young people, and the area is good for dining out or enjoying an aperitif at one of the many cafes with outside seating.
Latin Quarter in Parisspecial selection of our hotels
Timhotel Paris Gare de Lyon
In a very quiet street, few steps from the Gare de Lyon Station.
The Gare de Lyon links to Paris all the major cities of the southeast of France. At 10 minutes on foot, the gare d'Austerlitz irrigates the southwest and Spain. And right next to it, the gare of Bercy serves the Burgundy region, Italy and the...
In front of the famous street of Crémieux
Timhotel Odessa Montparnasse
Great location in the lively district of Montparnasse
Timhotel Odessa Montparnasse is located on the Odessa street in the Montparnasse district of the 14th arrondissement of Paris. A street where Breton creperies compete, and where business and art of living are one!
In the heart of theaters, shops and restaurants
Timhotel Tour Montparnasse
An exclusive address in the lively theaters district of Montparnasse
An emblematic district of Paris, Montparnasse happily combines communication, business and art of living. A symbol of the Parisian art of living, this mythical place offers shops, shows and restaurants. On Rue de la Gaîté, the...
Art Deco building close to the Montparnasse Tower