This district concentrates the vestiges of its cultural history. With the sumptuous Théâtre de l'Odéon as an anchor, it also owes its fame to its famous Faculty of Medicine. Interrupted by the Boulevard Saint Germain, it offers on both sides of this well-known axis of Parisians, a very lively life. The metro stations Odéon and Mabillon are indeed essential places to meet in one of the many restaurants or bars in this area. Among the undeniable assets of this place, there is also the proximity of the Luxembourg garden to escape the moment of a walk or the Saint Michel district, which always overflows with energy.