Where to sleep in
Quartier Latin & Île de la Cité
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Our picks

Young and Happy hostel
Cheap and well located hostel.

Oops Hostel
This designer hostel is known to be one of the best in Paris, all rooms have their own bathroom.

Where to eat in
Quartier Latin & Île de la Cité
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Our picks

Le Procope
The oldest café in Paris.

Laperouse
Where Emile Zola, Alexandre Dumas and Victor Hugo used to eat.

Au P'tit Grec
Hailed as the best crepes in Paris.

Cosi
If you need a quick sandwich this is the place to go for delicious ones!

Rue de la Huchette
This small street full of fondue, greek and crepe restaurants may look like a tourist trap, but if you are on a budget you can get a decent meal for a reasonable price there.
Where to go for a drink in
Quartier Latin & Île de la Cité
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Our picks

Le Cavern
Both a bar and a club with DJs playing regularly.

Little Bastards
Fun little cocktail bar with good music.

Le Tiger
A bar that specialises in gins.
Where to go shopping in
Quartier Latin & Île de la Cité
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Our picks

Gibert Joseph
The largest bookstore in Paris.

Shakespeare and Company
Large selection of English books.

Mouffetard market
You can get fresh food, delicious pastries and even sift through some old second-hand stuff at this market.

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