Parisians endearingly call rue Mouffetard La Mouffe. It is one of the oldest and most traditional streets in Paris in the heart of the Quartier Latin, a very traditional region of town where world known Sorbonne University is located. La Mouffe is very lively and Hemmingway used to call it “a wonderful narrow crowded market street”. This vibrant street is well worth a stroll for its shops, cafés, patisseries, church, fountain midway, the well-known Androuet fromagerie. It is a fabulous place to experience the sights, sounds and smells of a typically traditional Parisian street. If you are visiting the Panthéon, a stunning Roman building where various important characters of French history are buried, plan to visit La Mouffe, which is nearby.