The square is not big, but there are so many people. It is very suitable for taking pictures. The archangel in the center is so conspicuous that it overlooks the fountain below. There is a water outlet on each side and a small pool in the center.
The Saint-Michel fountain is in the center of the Saint-Michel square. This is also a very old fountain in France. It is still very beautiful and attracts many tourists to visit. At the same time, there are many coffee shops around the square.
The San Michel Fountain is at the intersection of the street and has stopped, and it seems that the statues above have lost their vigour, not knowing if it was because of the season. A Mobai car is clamped behind the sculpture, so high distance, the car can "fly up", is really unusual. Tourists in front of the fountain photographs, the feeling of integration, is also strange.
Truly lovely and ornate fountain. Used by tired travelers and locals as a place to sit and rest.
I walked thru this area at the evening and found there were so many restaurants here. I think this area is good to hangout with friends. I should come here again next time
This ornate fountain would be a major attraction if it were anywhere other than Europe. The sound of the running water is a pleasant contrast to a very busy (and touristy) square.
You can't do Paris properly without visiting the area of St Michel, it's name coming from the large fountain in the middle of this district. The fountain itself is beautiful and a common symbol for the French people. It was in the St Michel area that students have protested (granted where haven't Parisians protested) during the CPE riots. This area has some great foreign food, mostly Middle Eastern and Indian. The pricing isn't great but the portions make up for it!