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Our first night in Paris and we exited the Metro at the Fountaine Saint Michel and were taken aback by it's beauty. We had seen in the week before in the film, 400 Blows and it had made an impression on us. One of the...More
Fountaine Saint-Michel is hard to miss if you are staying or exploring the 5th and 6th Arrondissement. it is easily accessed and visible from the Saint-Michel Metro Station. The fountain often times is a gathering point for celebrations and sometimes protests. Depending on when you...More
We were staying around this area and this fountain was a good landmark for identifying where to go, there were plenty of people around here and it is worth taking a look at it. There were lots of live performers around the area as well.
If you want to spend a good time then Saint Michel Square is the right place. In the evening, there are always artists who want to show their musical skills, and if you want, you can give some coins them. You will be phenomenally fulfilled....More
This fountain area is a great meeting point if you are with a group....or just using as a landmark as you walk around the Latin Quarter. Just across the Pont Saint-Michel Bridge from Île de la Cité sits a little area where you will see...More
The fountain is majestic. On a Sunday afternoon in June, music playing, a young couple, he in a suit, she in a lovely red dress, tangoed in front of the fountain. It felt like a movie set. I hope they're there when you are.
Normal fountains are built usually as a stand alone structure, but this one at Place Saint Michel is more like a façade to hide the end of the building facing the square thus would easily be overlooked as just part of the building behind. Anyways,...More