Paris and its districts

With its quaint cafes and small streets, Paris may be the city of love. More importantly, though, it is the city of history and culture.

Latin QuarterMontmartre

The Latin Quarter is the oldest neighborhood in Paris. Today, a mix between modern and medieval architecture, the neighborhood houses plenty of quaint cafes and restaurants. It is also known as the student district of Paris, as it features many prominent schools, most notably the High School Henri IV and the University Sorbonne.

Having only become a Parisian district in 1860, Montmartre has a very unique history and community. With its roots in working class and artistic communities, Montmartre is very lively and open minded. Come stroll through the  winding, colorful streets of Montmartre and enjoy a drink with a birds-eye view of Paris and surrounded by street artists.


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