What to do in Zlatan’s Saint Germain
A 4-star hotel with a luxury feel and superb interior design.
Rates from €160 per person.
8 Rue de Verneuil
The cutest wine store in the area with a bar and a few tables. Delicious snacks and wines sold by the glass. Book a table.
9 Rue des Quatre Vents
A hidden gem that is accessed via the stairs above the Cinéma du Panthéon. Some of the most famous names in the movie industry hang out at this restaurant styled by iconic movie actress Catherine Deneuve.
13 rue Victor Cousin
At the Patrick Roger chocolate store on Boulevard Saint-Germain, the chocolate not only tastes divine, it’s a work of art too.
108 Boulevard Saint-Germain
A classic, handsome home furnishings store with everything from furniture to vases, candleholders, and luxury towels.
8 Place Furstemberg/8 Rue de L’ Abbaye
Shopping for beauty products is as Parisian as enjoying a good meal. The popular City Pharma is the place to find wonderful beauty products at great prices.
26 Rue du Four
Marché biologique du Boulevard Raspail
This organic street market along Boulevard Raspail is extremely chic and packed with celebrities. Within walking distance of Le Bon Marché department store and the famous Café de Flore.
Sundays 9am to 2pm
Boulevard Raspail, between Rue du Cherche-Midi and Rue de Rennes
Flavors of Paris
The original tour takes you through Saint Germain on a culinary tour of specialist stores to taste cheese, wine, charcuterie, and chocolate to die for.
Musée Eugène Delacroix
A delightful little museum in the former apartment of French Romantic artist Delacroix, who lived here until his death in 1863. An additional bonus is the beautiful Place Furstenberg – one of the most romantic squares in Paris and famous for its Paulownia trees and handsome buildings. The museum also has a small courtyard where Delacroix had his studio.
6 Rue de Furstenberg
Text: Camilla Tollstoy
Find your way round Zlatans' Saint-Germain with this interactive map