Paris/6th arrondissement

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As with Paris itself, the 6th Arrondissement is hard to write about without using superlatives. There's a bit of everything here, from the busy sidewalks of Paris' main art Gallery scene to the expansive green spaces and under-tree cafés of the Jardin du Luxembourg, from the impossible elegance and charm of the rue Bonaparte to the bohemian allure of the Latin Quarter, from the huddle of 'steak/frites' joints around Place St. Michel to some of the finest restaurants in the world - the 6th has it all. Unsurprisingly, visitors find it one of the most romantic and appealing areas of Paris, but so do the Parisians themselves and for many years now the 6ème (as it is known in French) has been home to artists, writers, designers, intellectuals and the chicest of the chic. Unmissable though it may be, however, the charm of the 6th is such that you may risk not seeing much else of Paris!