Read under the oldest tree in Paris
Say, how long have you lived in Paris for ? 10 years ? 15 years ? He's been here for 411. First kisses, hushed confessions, timid or passionate love affairs, he's seen quite a bit. But always remained upright and majestic. Look up : you're under the oldest tree in Paris.
Round the corner from Saint Michel, he's courted Notre Dame Cathedral for more than 4 centuries. Grab your favorite book and curl up at his feet. Whisper your secrets, empty your heart. He'll listen without a word. The most faithful lover in Paris ? That's him.
The oldest tree in Paris,
Robinia planted in the square René Viviani in 1601, quai de Montebello, Paris - 5th arrondissement
Métro Saint Michel