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The 6th arrondissement is one of the most culturally significant hubs in the world. From artists and existentialists to musicians and politicians, the heart of Paris’ Left Bank has played host to some of the greatest intellectuals of all time – most of whom flocked to Saint Germain for elegant socialising at the likes of our beloved Café de Flore.
This artistic reputation has defined the 6th as a popular port of call for Parisians today – old or young, expat or native – but that’s not to say that the original charm is lost. In fact, it’s the opposite. Paris’ 6th arrondissement thrives off its artistic charm, still completely visible in all corners: be it cafés, gardens, galleries or boutiques.
So, herewith, VINGT’s guide to get you started. Just make sure you have a book to hand when you immerse yourself in this intellectual society.Read more
The 6th is famed for its cultural cafés, but sometimes we just want to sit back in the comfort of our own homes with a pre-purchased bottle of wine. If you’re on the… Read more
Composing more than 550 songs which, in a very modern sense, blended wordplay with subversive overtones, Serge Gainsbourg is regarded as the most important figure in French pop music. During his life, he… Read more
Searching for a place to stay in the 6th? With the arrondissement’s history in mind, we suggest booking a room at Hotel La Louisiane. Much like a lot of spots on the Left… Read more
Jazz music is always a good idea – especially in Paris. In the heart of the 6th sits Chez Papa: an authentic, cellar-like space, the walls of which are adored with countless posters… Read more
Someone says the Left Bank, it’s likely that Café de Flore springs to mind. Sure, this place is a hotspot for tourists today, but that’s not to rule it out as an ongoing… Read more
Café de Flore is Saint Germain’s most famed social hub, but its neighbouring spot – Les Deux Magots – carries just as much history (and charm, for that matter). Sat on the corner… Read more
Regardless of it being the capital city of France, Paris doesn’t actually have many green spaces. The few that do exist, however, are dripped in pure decadence, and the most beautiful one of… Read more
Paris, December 28th, 1910. All Parisian high society is here for the most talked-about event of the year: the grand opening of the Lutetia Hotel. This Art Déco building is mind-blowing, with its stone balconies blending… Read more