Latin Quarter Tour
Roman ruins, the most beautiful gardens in Paris, and one of the world’s most famous universities are all located in this popular area of the city! First settled by the Romans over 2000 years ago, the area today known as the Latin Quarter is a vibrant and diverse neighborhood filled with monuments, cafes, restaurants, and excellent shopping. Discover the best that the Latin Quarter has to offer on this walking tour.
Meeting LocationPlace Saint Michel (Saint Michel Station, Metro Line 4, RER B, RER C)
Distance Walked2.2 miles / 3.5 kilometers
Dress CodeComfortable shoes are highly recommended. It is suggested to bring a poncho or small umbrella in case of rain.
IncludedLatin Quarter TourSmall Group SizeNative English Speaking Guide
Not IncludedFood and DrinksEntry Fees to Attractions
Saint Michel Fountain
This second empire era fountain is the centerpiece of the grand and lively Place Saint-Michel. With a stunning view of Notre Dame, excellent cafes, and a vibrant student life, this is one of the top sights in the city.
The heart of academic life in Paris for hundreds of years, this university is the anchor of the Latin Quarter.
Originally designed as a church, this building stands as a monument to all the great french men and women of history.
The most beautiful gardens in Paris, and some would say the entire world, are situated near the Luxembourg Palace which now holds the French Senate.
Other Highlights Include:
Musee Cluny, Cluny Abbey, Arenes de Lutece, Ancient city wall, Cafe de Flore, Les Deux Magots, Saint Sulpice, Saint Germain des Pres and much more!
March to October:
Monday - 9:00am
Tuesday - 9:00am
Thursday - 2:30pm
Friday - 6:00pm
Saturday - 3:30pm
November to February
Tuesday - 2:00pm
Friday - 10:00am