The Latin Quarter, from the Romans to the 21st century

Duration: 2 hours.
Group size: up to 6 people.

Highlights

Saint Severin’s church, Cluny Museum, Roman arena, Pantheon, Sorbonne University, Luxembourg gardens.

Meeting point

In front of Shakespeare & Co bookshop.

Price

€230 net per private group.

Here are the roots of the capital of France, the spot where the Romans built Lutetia in 52 B.C. The Latin Quarter has welcomed students from all over the world since the middle Ages when it became an intellectual center thanks to the many Universities that built its reputation.
From the Luxembourg gardens to the 18th century Pantheon, as you observe several gothic churches and fascinating antique Gallo-Roman ruins, your guide will point out the various architectures, unique history and atmosphere of the Latin Quarter.
You will also see its modern extensions which, with to the old medieval district, are signs of its long-lived intellectual vocation.

If your group is larger, please contact us.

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Tuesday April 12th, 2016