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Saint Thomas d’Aquin

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Saint Thomas d’Aquin : the beating heart of Paris.

The Saint-Thomas-d’Aquin neighbourhood is the 25th administrative district of Paris. It is located in the 7th arrondissement, between Quai Voltaire (on the northern part of the district), the famous Rue de Sèvres (to the east), and Rue Vaneau (Both to the south and the west).

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The neighbourhood takes its name from Saint Thomas Aquinas, a member of the Dominican order famous for his theological and philosophical work. This area is one of the liveliest in Paris, it notably adjoins the Saint Germain des Prés district. Together, these neighbourhoods combine charm, beauty and nightlife. This neighbourhood prized by many authors such as Malraux, Gide or Apollinaire will delight and charm all those who venture there.

Cultural sites

  • Musée Maillol: this museum that opened its doors in 1995, presents, on the one hand, the works of Aristide Maillol, and, on the other hand, several ephemeral exhibitions of modern art.
  • Le Bon Marché: a real showcase of the French art of living, this complex brings together ready-to-wear brands on one side and a large grocery store on the other, which is an attraction as entertaining as it is delicious. The building as we know it today was built in 1869.


Local landmarks

  • Hôtel Troyon: this hotel is one of the most emblematic of the capital, and stands out in particular with its interior courtyard, which attracts more and more people every year.
  • Saint Thomas d’Aquin Church: located between Rue du Bac and Boulevard Saint Germain, this church, iconic because of its famous red doors, represents this neighbourhood that is both historical and original.



  • Jardin de l’Hôtel Matignon: this immense green expanse is part of the residence of the French Prime Minister. This garden is often described as one of the most beautiful in Paris, a paradise for walkers and tourists.
  • Jardin Catherine-Labouré: this Bucolic-style garden of the Parisian 7th arrondissement will delight young and old alike with its seedlings vines and play areas.



  • Sciences Po: 27, rue Saint-Guillaume, 75007 Paris. Access via metro lines 4 (Rue du Bac), 12 (Saint-Germain des Prés) and 10 (Sèvres Babylone) and bus lines 63 (Saint guillaume), 94 (Sèvres Babylone) and 96 (Michel Debré).
  • Saint Thomas d’Aquin Private High School: 44 Rue de Grenelle, 75007 Paris. Access via metro lines 4 (Rue du Bac), 12 (Saint-Germain des Prés) and 10 (Sèvres Babylone) and bus lines 63 (Saint guillaume), 94 (Sevres Babylone) and 96 (Michel Debré).
  • Sainte Clotilde Private School: 77 rue de Grenelle 75007 Paris. Access via metro lines 12 (rue du Bac), 10 (Sèvres-Babylone), 8 (Invalides) and 13 (Varenne) and bus lines 63 (Saint guillaume) and 94 (Sèvres Babylone).


Nearby transportation

Métro      Métro - Ligne 4  Métro - Ligne 10  Métro - Ligne 12

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