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Paris Hotel Saint-Germain
How to get there
The best way to the St-Germain district is to start by taking the Pont des Arts which is located at the Louvre. You will pass by the Ile de la Cité, then the Tour St.-Jacques and then the Hotel de Ville. Finally, you will be on the left bank. Directly in front, you'll see the Institut de France (the building with the beautiful Dome). This is the seat of the Académie Française, where a body of writers and scholars meet to preserve the purity of the French language.
However, it is to the northern half of the 6th arrondissement (at Place St. Germain des Prés) that tourists and Parisians alike are mostly attracted. Saint Germain des Près has the money, elegance and sophistication, as well as a mixture of trend-setters in the arts, philosophy and politics.
What to see
Place St-Germain-des-Prés, with such popular places like the Deux Magot café and Café Flore and Brasserie Lipp not far away, each having its own reputation and style.
Not to forget is the Church of Saint Germain des Près. Built back in the 6th century, it was an enormous Benedictine monastery. Inside, it is possible to see the Romanesque lines still clear under the deforming paint of 19th-century frescoes. In the corner of the churchyard by Rue Bonaparte, there's a little Picasso head of a woman dedicated to the memory of the poet Apollinaire.
History and surroundings
The riverside part of the neighborhood is divided lengthways by Rue St-André-des-Arts and the Rue Jacob. It is full of bookstores, art galleries, antique stores, cafés and restaurants. Take a look into the courtyards and side streets. The houses are four to six stories high, 7th and 8th centuries, and painted in infinite gradations of grey, pearl and off-white.
Historical associations are legion. Molière started his career in Rue Mazarine. In Rue Visconti, Racine died, Delacroix painted and Balzac's printing business went bust. In the parallel Rue des Beaux-Arts, Oscar Wilde died, Corot and Ampère, father of amps, lived and crazy poet Gérard de Nerval walked a lobster on a lead.