The Latin Quarter is one of the oldest parts of Paris. It began as the Roman regional capital and was the centre of the academic world in the middle ages when the Sorbonne became one of the first ever universities. Today, grand Parisian boulevards run alongside the Roman ruins and medieval streets. The Latin Quarter was the home to F. Scott Fitzgerald, James Joyce and Ernest Hemingway and their vision of a hedonistic Paris enjoyed by a motley entourage of expats in the 1920s still exists here today. The Quarter is the Paris of long walks through inspiring gardens, in and out of hidden squares, past the homes of the greatest philosophers, artists and writers of all time.
How long will this tour take?
Approximately 2 – 2 and a half hours
What will I see on the Latin Quarter tour?
- The ruined Roman arena and baths- hidden in the middle of a Parisian boulevard
- Legendary English bookshop ‘Shakespeare and Company’
- The Panthéon – the final resting place of France’s greatest citizens including Victor Hugo, Marie Curie, Voltaire, Louis Braille and Louis Pasteur
- The Luxembourg gardens
- Secrets of the Da Vinci Code explained
- Woody Allen’s ‘Midnight in Paris’ steps
- The Sorbonne
… and much more!
How do I book?
Easy! Click here to arrange your private tour