Paris Latin Quarter Walking Tour

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    • 2 HoursAverage tour length*
    • Group Tour
    • Paris

    About your Day Trip to Paris

    The Latin Quarter walking tour explores one of the most famous parts of the “Rive Gauche” (Left Bank) of Paris. The Latin Quarter has been the land of students for over 1,000 years, and possibly the world’s single greatest source of artistic inspiration – from Salvador Dali to Woody Allen, and from Hemingway and Joyce to Vargas Llosa.

    In our tour, travellers will visit some of the most amazing spots of the bohemian Paris such as the Sorbonne University, the Pantheon, the bookstore Shakespeare and co., the hotel Cluny, the oldest cinema in Paris, to end in the magnificent Gardens of Luxembourg. 

    The Latin Quarter tour will take you through the heart of Parisian history and touches on everything from Medieval times to the great intellectuals on the planet. This is where Paris began many centuries ago and continues to be one of the most vibrant areas of the city.

    This tour usually covers:

    • Pantheon – memorial of the greatest philosophers
    • The Sorbonne University
    • Bookstore Shakespeare and co.
    • Hotel Cluny – the first hotel in the world
    • Gardens of Luxembourg
    • The Church of Sainte Genvieve
    • The incredible and real story of Heloise and Abelard
    • From "Midnight in Paris“ famous spots
    • Hemingway’s and James Joyce’s houses
    • La place Contrascarpe
    • La rue Mouffetard
    • The oldest cinemas in Paris...and much more

    Additional Information

    The Paris Latin Quarter Tour usually ends near Metro Saint Michel. The independent guides with whom we work have your best interests in mind; while the tour usually includes the sites and stories above and lasts this long, your tour may vary depending on what your guide thinks is best for your group!

    Take advantage of our group discount of 10% for groups of 10 or more!

    Start point
    Place St. Michel

    The Route