Once the domain of artists, musicians and intellectuals Sant Germain des Pres is a great place to people watch, especially if sitting in one of the typically Parisian street cafes. For a spot of intellectual tourism head to Cafe de Flore or Les Deux Magots the famed hang outs of Hemingway, Proust and Jean Paul Satre.
Cafe de Flore
172 bd. St-Germain
Les Deux Magots
6 Place St-Germain-des-Pres
Serge Gainsbourg’s House
Hermes concept store
17 rue de Sevres
Located in the vast vault like space of a former Art Nouveau swimming pool the Hermes concept store is definitely worth a look. Housing a florist, the full clothing and equestrian lines, a book store, furniture, bikes and of course the accessories, it is Hermes world. But of course if you cant afford anything you can always grab a latte at the first floor cafe.
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