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Apparu au début de la Troisième République, en 1885, le café doit son nom à une sculpture de la déesse du printemps Flore, située de l'autre côté du Boulevard Saint-Germain.
This lovely café in Saint Germain-des-Prés opened back in the 1800s and is one of the oldest coffeehouses in Paris. Like many spots in Paris, Café de Flore became famous for housing many of our century’s greatest artists and writers, such as Picasso, Queneau and Bataille. With a white neon sign and…
An institution. Great place to people watch The café was opened in the 1880s, during the Third Republic. The name is taken from a sculpture of Flora, the goddess of flowers and the season of spring in Roman mythology, located on the opposite side of the boulevard. Authors Joris-Karl Huysmans and…
Famous French café. Expect to see older cool French people and hip tourists come here. It’s a place to be seen so the price tag comes with it.
The Café de Flore became a popular hub of famous writers and philosophers. Georges Bataille, Robert Desnos, Léon-Paul Fargue, Raymond Queneau were all regulars, and so was Pablo Picasso. The classic Art Deco interior of all red seating, mahogany and mirrors has changed little since World War II. The…
“Just next to Café de Flore, beautiful view of the Saint-Germain church. Best for a drink with a relaxed atmosphere ”
“A must place for diner with their famous Choucroute (dish from Alsace, East of France). This a one of the best Brasseries of Paris. You might run into famous people”
“Best upscale Department Store in Paris.... the French Bergdorf Goodman.... Fashion, gourmet food... 'Luxe à la française' ”
“Located in St Germain des Pres they serve great snacks and good cocktail in a very lively terrace, great for having a coffee and drink on the terrace and do some people watching. Amongst all the galleries of Odeon- Saint Germain streets, so I definitely recommend taking a stroll after.”
“Majestic park overlooking the Luxembourg Palace. A visit here is most enjoyable at any time of the year. So much to see: the ducks swimming in front of the enormous Medici Fountain, children sending an armada of small boats across the pond, the parade of sculptures of the queens of France, the manicured Palace gardens. Take a seat and enjoy the people-watching! You can also just relax, enjoy a sandwich or read a book (plenty of chairs and benches). To do some jogging this is also a great place! Free entrance.”