10 Historic Hotspots of the Paris Literati
10. Café de Flore
Although the City of Light is now layered with countless modern buildings, a number of historic relics remain, and the Café de Flore is a typical one of them. Seated just around the corner from Les Deux Magots on Boulevard Saint-German, the Café de Flore went into operation in the 1880s, when Paris fostered a community of artists, writers, and intellectuals, drawing many American expats. Being one old haunt of the Lost Generation, this iconic café has inspired many great talents. Nowadays, the café is a cherished relic of the old days and will indulge you in the mood with its original art décor and red seating.