Bohemian neighborhood by default, to live in St. Germain is going for a trendy place most praised by Parisians.
The district has the aura of literary cafes (Café Flore, Le Procope, Les 2 Magots), very popular in the last century among intellectuals and artists such as Picasso or Sartre.
You must also visit the art galleries, and no need to mention the lively flea market at Place Saint Sulpice.
Worn out by the dynamic city rhythm? Take a relaxing break in the Luxembourg Palace gardens built for Marie de Medicis in the early 17th century.
St. Germain: a taste of very Parisian lifestyle!