Fashionable Saint-Germain-des-Prés on Paris’ Left Bank (La Rive Gauche) is a colourful and cultured part of Paris famed for attracting the non-conformist artists of the 19th Century and the non-conformist thinkers and writers of the 20th. Home to an enthusiastically disproportionate ratio of theatres and cinemas, this is the town to discover obscure international films, reacquaint yourself with old American classics in theatres that pre-date Louis XIV or stay up all night at the “Nuits du Champo” for a trio of movies that start at midnight and end with croissants and coffee. Being so close to the Seine, a stroll along the river is a must. Don’t miss the Musée d’Orsay set inside an ornate repurposed train station. Cross over to the Right Bank (Le Rive Droite) via Notre Dame for the Louvre and Montmartre. If you have the time, you really can see the best of the city on foot. If you’re in a rush, no problem - the Metro system makes navigating the city extremely easy.
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