Paris Latin Quarter Walking Tour In The Evening

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  • Duration: 2 Hrs
  • Language:
    English
  • Departure Time :
    6:00 PM
  • Departure Details :
    5 Place de la Sorbonne, 75005 Paris, France
  • Return Details :
    Returns to original departure point
  • Cancellation Policy :
    For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience. Tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.

Overview

Discover the Latin quarter's hidden secrets on an evening stroll through the legendary Left bank district. This Paris neighborhood contains more history and beautiful monuments than anywhere else in Paris, and the bGare de l|est way to see it all is on foot. Paris' history began on the Left bank, and on this relaxing guided walk you'll gain valuable insights into Paris, its people, art and spirit. Led by your local guide, the two-hour walking tour makes its way from the Pantheon, the final resting place of France's most famous citizens, to the manicured Luxembourg gardens.

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You'll walk along the Latin quarter's ancient streets and see Paris' three most beautiful churches: Notre dame cathedral, St. Chapelle and St. Etienne du Mont. You'll also pass famous institutes and universities, exquisite fountains and statues, art treasures from the Middle Ages, student haunts and the Left bank abodes of Sigmund Freud, ErnGare de l|est Hemingway, Pablo Picasso, the beat poets and Jim Morrison.

Sights of the Latin quarter Walking Tour include:

  • Learning about Notre dame cathedral's history and architecture, with its detailed facade
  • St. Chapelle, built to house Christ's crown of thorns and a piece of the cross
  • Sorbonne University, the most prestigious university in France
  • Conciergerie, the brutal prison where Marie Antoinette was held before her execution
  • Cluny Museum, the Middle Ages museum of Paris, containing the famous "Lady and the Unicorn" tapestries
  • St. Etienne du Mont, a beautiful church that houses the tomb of St Genevieve, the patron saint of Paris
  • Place St. Michel, the beating heart of the Latin quarter
  • "Bouquinistes", the famous book and poster vendors lining the banks of the Seine River

Inclusions

Guided walking tour of the Latin Quarter

Entry/Admission - Left Bank (Rive Gauche)

Entry/Admission - Latin Quarter

Entry/Admission - Luxembourg Gardens

Entry/Admission - Fontaine Saint-Michel

Exclusions

Food and drinks, unless specified

Gratuities

Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

Operates in all weather conditions, please dress appropriately

Guaranteed small group

Traveler Reviews

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  • 18-Sep-2018

    Latin Quarter at Night WalkInteresting walk with a very knowledgeable guide.She was very interesting and knew just what part of the Latin Quarter to show us.

  • 17-Sep-2018

    Our guide was nice but not at alll a good guide . He was knowledgeable but we only had 9 people and he never spoke to us as a group , instead he just talked and walked so only the one or two in front could hear him . In this case headsets would have been great ( we did a walking tour the next morning with 10 people and she gathered us often and spoke to the group and then walked so everyone knew what she was saying . Also our guide did not touch on most of the advertised items in the walks description. I’m sure if we knew what he was saying it would have been great . We were 5 minutes late as the cab driver dropped us off in a wrong spot , but your company called and got us to the correct spot so that was awesome ! Our guide was kinda rushed and I assumed it was because we were late , but we also ended 1/2 Hour early so he just didn’t seem to care if we got anything out of the tour .

  • 27-Sep-2017

    Not too much I may say.

  • 28-May-2017

    There were some interesting things to see, and the tour guide
    knew his stuff.
    I will definitely come back to the Latin Quarter again.
    I want to discover it more in depth.
    Appreciated that I could see the steps where some scenes were shot
    for the movie, Midnight in Paris.
    And the bookstore, Shakespeare, where the novel Ulysses was first read, before
    it was published.
    I will go there on my next trip and experience it in depth.

  • 19-May-2017

    Nice tour guide, although the tour was not incredibly interesting. What was memorable was the Shakespeare and Company store she showed us and told us about- and also knowing that Ernest Hemingway and Victor Hugo possibly wrote some of their work in the Latin Quarter. Great area, seriously. So much history and really inspiring.

  • 27-Sep-2016

    I think it was a really nice tour, a good thing to do in evening instead of just hanging around. It was of course fragmented: two hours of everything, from 1600 until today, but i enjoyed it. You get a sense of the neighborhood and feel a bit smarter afterwards. The guide i think was great.

  • 26-Sep-2016

    Sonja, our guide, was very knowledgeable of the area and made the tour very interesting. You definitely got to see the student night life. My only negative is that at night I couldn't really enjoy the architecture of the buildings.

  • 10-Sep-2016

    Fun and informative. It was nice to have an evening touring option, so the scheduling was excellent. The price is very reasonable for what you get. My only criticism is that we did not go into any of the beautiful structures that we saw, not even for a quick peek.

  • 17-May-2016

    Good tour.

  • 25-Nov-2015

    I'm not sure how to feel about this tour. I feel like it could have been better. I think it wasn't quite what I was expecting. Our guide was Drew. We started at the Pantheon and ventured north to Notre Dame and back down to the Luxembourg Gardens to end the tour. I feel like after being in Paris for 2 weeks Rue Mouffetard should have been part of this tour. It really feels like the lively part of the Latin Quarter that most of us tourists envision. If we had ventured down that street after the Patheon then back north toward Notre Dame that would've made for a better tour I think. The other thing I didn't like was midway thru the tour visiting Notre Dame - it was totally unexpected. We had booked a separate tour for this and is it still the Latin Quarter? I think the tour should've hooked back south once we arrived at the Seine. We killed too much time at Notre Dame. I think it would've made more sense using that time at Rue Mouffetard to capture the most lively part of the Latin Quarter. Otherwise the tour was good - chill and as expected - just a tour to get better acquainted with the area we were staying in Paris.

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