Sure they is a lot of tourist icons here, but really, you should just put on you walking shoes and and just walk around aimlessly.
About Left Bank (Rive Gauche)
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This isn really a tourist attraction in its own right - the Left Bank is more of a geographic area with the standard muse7ms, statues, monuments, parks, cafes, shops etc.. You’ll undoubtedly find yourself visiting here if you visit any of the main tourist attractions.
Some days the area is quite quiet and it's wonderful to browse the streets looking at the wonderful architecture. Lots of shops, cafes, museums and art galleries. Easily accessible as you just cross over one of the many bridges which gives you a different perspective...More
I know there are many memorable sights in Paris, but walking the Left Bank and the Right Bank are one of my favorite things to do. Seeing all the sights, the amazing bridges, the museums, Notre Dame, the Eiffel Tower and much more are along...More
Put on your walking shoes to see all of the attractions on the left bank of the Seine. The Ile de la Cite, the Latin Quarter, the Luxembourg Gardens, all within a short walk of each other. Not to mention the Eiffel Tower, which looms...More
Fun crossing over after the visual feast of Notre Dame. The left bank is fun and like all of Paris there is diversity and absorbing views all around. It's fun looking at all the poster and book shops and caricatures etc. Surely you can get...More
I was lucky in that it was a bright sunny autumn day when I strolled from Notre dame cathedral to Les Tuileries along left bank. It's mainly books but books of everything from pop artists to history to collectibles. You name it and you'll find...More
I liked this side as well. It's not as posh as the roght side, but exactly because of this, you don't need to fight for space as you walk around.
The Left Bank, located south from the River Seine, is a very elegant, fashionable, and charming part of Paris. The most prominent landmark in the city, the Eiffel Tower rises above the River Seine and dominates the skyline of the Left Bank. The south side...More