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The name seems to suggest a neighborhood exotic atmosphere, full of cafes Brazilian, Spanish and Portuguese, however in this area of Paris is certainly fresh Alpine air, but does not come from distant countries. The only exotic elements are the Arab World Institute and kebab restaurants in Piazza St. Michel. For the rest, in the Latin Quarter, the atmosphere is distinctly French, but very “bubbly” thanks to places and cafes, open day and night all year round, overflowing with professors and students that come out from the sober walls of the Sorbonne and other cultural institutions, seek distraction and a few moments of relaxation. A visit to the Latin Quarter requires at least one day.