On the left bank of the Seine, the 6th district extends between the Seine and three very important arteries, the boulevard du Montparnasse, the boulevard Saint-Michel and the rue des Saints-Pères extended by the street of Sevres. With its cinemas, theaters, bookstores, this chic and elegant quadrilateral is turned to culture. It is also one of the most expensive in the capital.
With its elegant streets with old buildings, nineteenth century for the Boulevard Saint-Germain but a few centuries earlier for those in the area between the Seine and the boulevard, the 6th dispute with his neighbor the 7th the most expensive district square of Paris. It therefore attracts a wealthy population, despite the presence of many university sites, such as the Faculty of Law of Assas Street Assas, and the Faculty of Medicine Street of Saints-Fathers. Residents are inexhaustible on the cultural offer of the sixth. Art galleries, many in the rue de Seine, rue de Lille or rue Verneuil, alongside publishing houses, for example rue Jacob, and art cinemas, rue Guillaume Apollinaire, among others. The choice of theaters is also important with well-known venues such as the Odeon Theater, Place de l'Odeon, and the Vieux Colombier Theater in the street of the same name.
Run by tourists, the 6th arrondissement symbolizes the Parisian way of life, a mixture of cultural life and lightness and an aesthetic skated by the years. And if it is difficult to drive there and find small local shops, the inhabitants would leave for nothing in the world this bubble in the heart of Paris!