In this guided tour in the Latin Quarter you will known the earliest traces of Roman times in Paris as the remains of the thermal baths of Cluny and the former location of the Roman Forum. After the middle Ages, the Latin Quarter (Quartier Latin) has become one of the brightest in Paris. One of the oldest universities in Europe, the Sorbonne, as well as different institutes of education, were installed there. Universities, bookstores, publishing houses and libraries make up the landscape of the Latin Quarter.
In our itinerary you will also know some of the oldest churches of Paris such as Saint Julius "The Poor" and Saint-Severin. The neighborhood also houses one of the most emblematic monuments of the capital, the Panthéon, necropolis of great personages of the history of France like the writer Victor Hugo, Voltaire, Russeau, Descartes and others. Cafes, restaurants, theaters, cinemas, ancient houses and churches combines in the narrow streets of this gorgeous neighborhood.
Our guided tour ends in the beautiful gardens of the Luxembourg Palace where you will know its main attractions. In the course of walking tour we will make a break for a drink in a traditional Parisian Brasserie founded in 1855 and richly decorated in the Art Nouveau style.
Duration: 2:30 hours
Languages: Portuguese, Spanish, English, and French
Running days: From Monday to Saturday (at 2:00PM)
Meeting Point: Near to the Saint-Michel Fountain, Metro Saint-Michel
Expert licensed guide
a hot or cold drink in a traditional Art Nouveau Brasserie.
Entry in the majestic church Saint Julian the Poor or Saint Séverin