Spanning the 5th and 6th districts, the Latin Quarter has the Sorbonne at its heart, where Latin was the spoken language until the French Revolution.
The Latin Quarter is the haunt of the world’s young people, who meet up there day and night to party or just to eat.
Visitors are attracted by the Sorbonne and the Saint Severin Church, as well as a pleasant stroll along the Rue de la Huchette, Rue de la Harpe or the Rue Xavier-Privas.
The Saint Michel neighborhood offers them the chance to discover a multitude of restaurants, bistros and cafés open day and night - ideal places to stop off after a visit to the National Medieval Museum in the Hôtel de Cluny.
Passing through the lively Latin Quarter is not to be missed, whether you’re a student or belong to any other generation.
France Hotel Guide offers you a selection of luxury hotels, charming hotels, boutique hotels, as well as budget hotels, where you will feel very welcome.