This is a very important street. It can be said to be a representative of the left bank of Paris. As can be seen from the tall trees and ancient buildings on both sides of the road, this road is also very historical and leads directly to the river.
Saint-Julien, Saint-Sulpice, Saint-Germain-des-Prés, and the street where Saint-Michel Square is located, you can see from the name that this is a super sacred street, an important street on the south bank of the Seine.
If you want to know what the Latin Quarter of Paris is, just take a stroll along Avenue Saint-Germain. The streets and alleys are full of bookstores, bars and fashion shops, and of course the most attractive cafes are.
Paris is very busy streets, shopping and eating are very convenient and fast.
It's very busy on St Germain, and there are many shops on both sides.
Since the 1930s, countless famous people have appeared in this place. It is said that Sartre’s existential philosophy was brewed in the coffee of the Flower God Cafe. He and Beauvoir almost used the Flower God Coffee as their home during World War II. , One is to avoid the German army that occupied Paris, and also to avoid the cold of French winter. After the victory of the second station, it became a meeting point for Picasso and Chagall. The reporter of Jenna Freina was there. Her report in Paris said that here, almost every night, Picasso can be seen sitting at the second coffee table opposite the door and chatting with his Spanish buddies. I don’t know the red mole in the Flora Cafe. Can you still see Picasso's marks on the rat leather chair, but in the souvenir shop next door to the cafe, there are many things about Picasso.