5th Arrondissement Guide
Panthéon: Scholarship in Old-World Paris
Known for its student life, the 5th is named after the Panthéon, a grand neo-Classical church perched at the top of Sainte-Genevià¨ve hill.
Metro: M7 to Jussieu, Monge or Censier/Daubenton; M10 to Cluny/la Sorbonne, Maubert/Mutualité, Cardinal Lemoine or Jussieu
Bus: 27, 87, 86, 24, 21, 47, 87, 84
Sorbonne • Panthéon • Boulevard St-Michel • Cluny Museum • Jardin des Plantes
Shakespeare and Co.: Maneuver around the crammed bookshelves and built-in beds (for ex-pats called tumbleweeds) to experience what has made this bookstore an iconic, eccentric landmark since 1951.
37 Rue de la Bà»cherie • shakespeareandcompany.com
Marché Mouffetard: Along Rue Mouffetard is the "wonderful, narrow crowded market street" described by Hemingway in A Moveable Feast.
116 Rue Mouffetard
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