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6th Arrondissement apartments

Paris Saint Germain Area Apartments in the 6th Arrondissement

If you want to enjoy an exhilarating Paris experience amidst the capital’s chic and fashionable, then look no further than the prestigious neighbourhood of Saint Germain des Pres. Benefitting from a hospitable ambience, a scenic aesthetic and an endless array of cafes, bars, restaurants and stores, the district is simply adored by residents and visitors alike. We provide a fantastic range of accommodation within this exclusive quarter, ensuring an unforgettable stay in the City of Light. Below you will find our most popular Saint Germain apartments and a link to all apartments within the 6th arrondissement.

Most Popular Saint Germain Apartments

Saint Germain Tips

For accessing Saint Germain from Charles de Gaulle (CDG) Airport, please follow these instructions:

  • Take the RER B train from the airport towards Massy-Palaiseau and get off at Saint-Michel Notre-Dame. Trains depart every 10 to 15 minutes and the journey should take less than 40 minutes. Jump on the metro line 4 at Sant Michel and exit at Saint Germain des Pres, which takes just 2 minutes. The total travel time is approximately 40 minutes.

For accessing Saint Germain from Orly Airport, please follow these instructions:

  • From Orly Sud Station, take the metro and get off at the last stop of Antony, which takes less than 10 minutes. From here, board the RER B train in the direction of Charles de Gaulle Airport and exit at Denfert-Rochereau. This should add another 12 minutes to your journey. Finally, take metro line 4 to Saint Germain des Pres. The total travel time is approximately 30 minutes.

For accessing Saint Germain from Gare du Nord Train Station, please follow these instructions:

  • Take metro line 4 from the station towards Mairie de Montrouge, exiting at Saint Germain des Pres. The total travel time is approximately 15 minutes.

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Saint Germain Parking

The nearest parking facilities are as follows:

  • Parking Saint Germain des Pres, 171 Boulevard Saint Germain, 500m from Saint Sulpice Church
  • Parking Ecole de Medecine, 21 Rue Ecole de Medecine, 280m from the Cluny Museum
  • Parking Mazarine, 27 Rue Mazarine, 500m from the Eglise Saint Germain des Pres
  • Parking Saint Sulpice, Place Saint Sulpice, 0m from Saint Sulpice Church
  • Parking du Marche Saint Germain, 1 Rue Lobineau, 300m from the Luxembourg Gardens

For more information regarding parking options within the area, please check Google maps.

Saint Germain Tips for Food

Whilst staying in one of our Saint Germain apartments, take advantage of the self-catering options and stock up your cupboards at one of the following food stores. Alternatively, let someone else do the work and sample some of the neighbourhood’s culinary gems, with the following selection providing a great range of tasty cuisine.

Saint Germain Food Stores:

  • Carrefour Express, 114 Boulevard Saint Germain
  • G20, 71 Rue de Rennes
  • Carrefour Market, 79 Rue de Seine
  • Monoprix, 50 Rue de Rennes

Saint Germain Restaurant Tips:

  • Bateau le Calife, Amarre Port de Saints-Peres. Unique dining experience upon the water
  • Pouic-Pouic, 9 Rue Lobineau. Atmospheric French bistro with delectable cuisine
  • Little Breizh, 11 Rue Gregoire de Tours. Cosy and quaint creperie
  • La Cuisine de Philippe, 25 Rue Servandoni. Delightful local gem renowned for its soufflés
  • 13 A Baker’s Dozen, 16 Rue des Saints Peres. Homemade American brunch in a friendly setting

Saint Germain Tips for Drinks

  • Café Les Deux Magots, 6 Place Saint-Germain des Pres. Arguably Paris’s most famous café
  • Chez Georges, 11 Rue des Canettes. Incredibly welcoming and lively bar adored by the locals
  • Café Laurent, 33 Rue Dauphine. Sophisticated jazz lounge steeped in history
  • Prescription Cocktail Club, 23 Rue Mazarine. Creative concoctions in an intimate environment
  • Le Rostand, 9 Place Edmond Rostand. Casual café overlooking the Luxembourg Gardens

Saint Germain

Centrally positioned on the left bank of the Seine, the famous Saint Germain and the surrounding 6th arrondissement has long been associated with French intellectualism, once existing as a favourite haunt of artists, writers and philosophers, including such esteemed greats as Jean Paul Sartre and Samuel Beckett. The area’s origins date back much further to the founding of the Abbey of Saint Germain des Pres as early as the 6th century, built to symbolise the neighbourhood’s pivotal religious presence. Continuing to play a part in the capital’s political and cultural prowess over the ensuing years, the district remains an influential and beloved environment certain to impress all that walk its atmospheric avenues.

The Bohemian days of decades past have been replaced somewhat with an air of exclusivity, supplying Paris’s elite with countless sophisticated art galleries, bars and restaurants. However, Saint Germain’s incessant charm remains intact, providing both a convenient and attractive base from which to explore the sights.

Saint Germain Highlights

Simply meandering through the area’s picturesque avenues is one of Saint Germain’s greatest highlights, granting a fascinating insight into quintessential Paris life. Plenty of tourist attractions naturally saturate the vicinity, with the first recommended port of call being the quarter’s eponymous abbey. Regarded as the oldest church in the city, the Eglise Saint Germain des Pres showcases a breathtaking diversity of architectural styles to reflect its incredible history. Other cultural hotspots within the 6th arrondissement include the popular Saint Sulpice Church, the majestic Palais du Luxembourg and Mundolingua. The latter is a must for language enthusiasts, offering a wonderfully interactive experience in a friendly setting.

The district’s southern boundaries grant a home to the magnificent Luxembourg Gardens, an idyllic sanctuary beautifully maintained and instantly welcoming. Featuring cascading fountains, romantic picnic spots, a picturesque orchard, a scattering of statues and sculptures, and an adorable puppet theatre, this spacious park makes the perfect refuge from the clamour of the metropolis.

An area worth while exploring from one of our Saint Germain apartments!

Saint Germain Must Sees

  • Jardin du Luxembourg, a picturesque retreat in the heart of the city
  • Abbey Saint Germain des Pres, step back in time through Paris’s incredible history
  • Mundolingua, a must for fans of linguistics
  • Musee Zadkine, the capital’s most intimate museum
  • Eglise Saint Sulpice, exquisite Delacroix murals and a serene ambience

All of these fascinating attractions and many more can be reached with ease from our Saint Germain apartments.

Jardin du Luxembourg. Paris, France.