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Welcome to the 14th Arrondissement

14th-Arr-Montparnasse-Tower-in-ParisBest known for the Montparnasse tower and cemetery and the underground Paris Catacombs and museum, this largely residential and lively neighbourhood, located on the outer left bank of the Seine River, contains a number of destinations and attractions that are sure to make your stay memorable.

Visit the public square located at Place Denfert-Rochereau. As the home of the bronze statue known as the Lion of Belfort, a smaller replica of the more widely known sandstone sculpture created by the designer of the Statue of Liberty, this scenic area is a great place to simply relax or enjoy the lively cafes, shops and fresh produce that surround. Or take a stroll through Rue Daguerre street market, where you will find fresh seafood, cheese and bread among other appetising delicacies. As the market’s opening hours vary, be sure to consult the website in advance so you won’t be disappointed. Or head to one of this neighborhood’s many flea markets for unique and inexpensive souvenirs.

Take a walking tour of the neighbourhood to find out more

14th-Arr-Paris-CatacombWhat better way to experience the area than on a self-guided walking tour of the area. Some of the noteworthy sites include the cobbled charming street of Rue des Thermopyles, the Paris Observatory and the peaceful greenery at the 37 acre Parc Montsouris. If you’re looking for a nice meal after your exploration of the neighbourhood, one great place to try is Pavillon Montsouris. Situated in the park, the restaurant offers free entertainment during Summer. Check the website in advance for reservations and details.

Explore all this neighbourhood has to offer in more detail

One of the best ways to do so is to take a guided tour of the Paris observatory. Established in 1667, a knowledgeable guide will escort you on a two hour tour of the world’s oldest observatory still in operation. Check the website for details as this experience only operates at certain times through the week.

Afterwards, head to La Lingerie for lunch. Once known for being the premises of an old style Saint Vincent de Paul hospital, this location is now home to an affordable eatery as well as a creative space where the local artistic community live, eat and work. Here you will find second hand shops, a plant nursery and a variety of workshops to indulge your creative style.

Find an experience to remember with your loved ones

If you’re after some fun with the family why not try Laser Game Evolution? Conveniently located on rue Ernest Cresson, you will be provided with a jacket and laser gun to test out your tactical weapon skills and ability to identify your targets and avoid your opponents. Be sure to book in advance as the availability for this popular experience goes quickly.

If you’re looking for something a little more romantic, indulge in a cruise along the Seine. Setting out from this arrondissement, My Paris River offers cruises that provide champagne and appetisers while a knowledgeable skipper takes you on a two hour evening cruise to see the sights and landmarks of Paris in a comfortable and enjoyable boating atmosphere.

Your Cheaperthanhotels Team

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