You can get stuck on a treadmill in Paris, trying to cram in all the major (and minor) sights, especially if you're being driven along by the Paris Museum Pass. The pass is highly recommended, just don't let it ace you out of enjoying some of Paris's delightful, historic neighborhoods. The Latin Quarter is one of the best places to stop the treadmill for a while and just walk on some charming city streets. There are shops, restaurants, old churches, etc. Just stroll along and take it all in. We spent a full day taking Rick Steves's guided walk of the central city that combines I'le de la Cite, I'le Saint Louis and the Latin Quarter. We had already been to the major attractions in the area (Notre Dame, Sainte Chapelle), so we were free just walk along slowly and look at what the Quarter has to offer. When you go to Paris, you need to set aside some time to stroll. The Latin Quarter is a great place to do it.
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