Latin Quarter

About this activity
Duration: 3 hours
Live guide: English French
Tour frequency: Monday - Sunday | 10-00; 14-00
Private tour - on request the order is confirmed within 24 hours
Departure point: 56, rue des Ecoles 75005 Paris. In fron of the Statue of Montaigne. Small Square Paul-Painleve
Arrival point: Café Procope

Hop on our 3 hours tour around Paris coolest neighbourhood with its restaurants, shopping, cinema, and theatres, that makes spending time here one of the most enjoyable things to do in Paris.

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Benefits

  • Church St. Etienne du Mont
  • Luxembourg Gardens
  • Statue of Liberty
  • Visit Cafe where Hemingway wrote his “Farewell To Arms”

Description

Hop on our 3 hours tour around Paris` coolest neighbourhood with its restaurants, shopping, cinema, and theatres, that makes spending time here one of the most enjoyable things to do in Paris.

We will start our tour at the Pantheon, the resting place of the “Great Men of France”, then we will have a short stop at the church, St. Etienne du Mont, before walking to the Luxembourg Gardens to discover the majestic Luxembourg Palace and see the Statue of Liberty. Then head to the St Sulpice church and to Saint Germain, where we will stop for a coffee at the café des 2 Magots, where Hemingway wrote his famous “Farewell to arms”.

After we will visit the church St Germain des Prés and finish our tour at the oldest café in Paris, Café Procope, where names like Voltaire, Bonaparte, Danton, Benjamin Franklin or Oscar Wilde used to go. So don't hesitate and join us to explore those narrow, cobblestone streets, that remind us of what the medieval city of Paris looked like when the original scholars of the Sorbonne university roamed the streets speaking Latin.

Includes

  • Whisper service for groups from 5 people

Does not include

  • Transportation to/from the attractions
  • Meeting point: 56, rue des Ecoles 75005 Paris. In front of the Statue of Montaigne. Small Square Paul-Painleve
  • Clients must not be late for the meeting as the tour will depart on time.

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