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The 6th arrondissement of Paris is one of the liveliest and most expensive in the city. Located in the heart of the Left Bank, it is centered around Boulevard Saint-Germain, stretching north to the banks of the Seine River and south to Montparnasse and the Luxembourg Gardens.

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The 6th arrondissement is home to charming streets lined with buildings dating back to the 16th and 18th centuries, with some from the 19th century around bustling shopping streets and squares such as Rue de Rennes. This area includes the grand Haussmannian-style avenue connecting Saint-Germain-des-Près Church to the Montparnasse Tower, as well as Place Saint-Sulpice, Rue Bonaparte, the Odéon district, and the Vavin district.

Situated in the heart of Paris, the 6th arrondissement provides its residents with all possible amenities, including public transportation, small shops, and even green spaces. The Luxembourg Gardens, a delightful place for a stroll, is located in the 6th arrondissement of Paris.

The Way of Life

With its elegant streets lined with old buildings, dating back to the 19th century for Boulevard Saint-Germain and even earlier for those in the area between the Seine River and the boulevard, the 6th competes with its neighbor, the 7th, for the title of the most expensive district in Paris. The choice of theaters is also substantial, including highly esteemed venues like the Odéon Theatre on Place de l’Odéon and the Théâtre du Vieux Colombier on the street of the same name.

Popular among tourists, the 6th arrondissement epitomizes the Parisian way of life—a blend of cultural richness and lightness, with an aesthetic that has been refined over the years. Although it may be difficult to navigate by car and find small local shops, the residents wouldn’t trade this bubble in the heart of Paris for anything in the world!