The Latin Quarter (2h)

Square de la Tour Saint-Jacques, 75004 Paris (0)
from/per person 100
  • Classic Sightseeing
  • Access for disabled
  • Pets allowed
  • Tour guides


A Cultivated Corner
The 5th district of Paris (AKA the Latin Quarter) is one of the city’s central districts, located on the Left Bank (Rive Gauche) of the river Seine. The famous Parisian University, the Sorbonne, was founded here and the area has a significant student presence, with several universities and schools of higher education being located in the area. The district also harbors the heart of ancient Gallo-Roman Paris. Rare archaeological remains will be seen during this walk.

On the Menu for this Walk:

  • The St Jacques Tower
  • The majestic Town Hall
  • The Paris Bridges
  • Notre Dame
  • The oldest tree in Paris (a locust tree planted in 1601)
  • Medieval streets
  • The Churches
  • The Roman Baths of Cluny
  • The Paris University of the Sorbonne
  • The Luxembourg Gardens
  • The Panthéon
  • St Etienne du Mont (famous rood loft)
  • Rue Mouffetard (one the oldest streets in Paris)z
  • The Roman Arena of Lutetia
  • The Grand Mosque of Paris (tea and Baklava!)

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