The Jardin des Plantes neighbourhood is one of the largest in Paris. Indeed, the 18th administrative district of Paris, located in the 5th arrondissement, covers 79.8 hectares. To the west, we find the Val de Grâce district, to the north, the Saint-Victor district, to the west, the 4th and 11th arrondissements and to the south, the 13th arrondissement.
To delimit it, we suggest you start at the southwestern intersection of Boulevard de Port-Royal and Rue Pascal. Then, you have to proceed by Rue Mouffetard. When you arrive at Place de la Contrescarpe, turn right on Rue Lacépède, then left on Rue Linné and then immediately right on Rue Cuvier. Although the neighbourhood encompasses part of the Seine, we will stop before reaching the water and turn right on Quai Saint-Bernard. After that, take Boulevard de l’Hôpital, then Boulevard Saint-Marcel and finally take Boulevard de Port-Royal to complete the loop.