Our guided tour in the southern part of the Latin Quarter starts at the exit of the Luxembourg metro, exit next to Gay-Lussac Street.
Along with your licensed guide speaking your language you will get to know the beautiful square of the Panthéon which preserves, among others, the immense monument of Panthéon and the beautiful church of Saint-Etienne du Mont, a jewel of religious architecture where is situated the tomb of St. Genevieve, the patron saint of Paris.
Then, the tour continues along the picturesque Rue Mouffetard, built on an ancient Roman road that led to the south of the country. This street is ideal for those who want to know the French way of life, with its local commerce and its old buildings. A world of colors, flavors and odors await you on this guided tour around the Mouffetard Village.
In our itinerary, we will also visit the arenas of Lutetia, site of gladiatorial combat during the Gallo-Roman Paris. Then, we will admire the Great Mosque of Paris and tasting a delicious oriental pastry accompanied by a traditional tea in a completely original environment.
To end this guided tour you will visit the Garden of Plants and the fabulous History of the first giraffe to arrive in France in 1827. This rich garden retains many museums and a beautiful zoo, ideal for those who travel with children.
Come to this tour with us!!
Duration: from 2:30 to 3:00 hours
Language : Português, Espanhol, Inglês e Francês
Running days: From Monday to Saturday (at 9:00AM or 2:00PM)
Meeting Point: Metro Luxembourg, exit next to Gay-Lussac Street
Expert licensed guide
Eastern tea and sweet tasting in the great Mosque of Paris