Quartier Latin, in the 5th arrondissement, is famous for its bohemian background and fascinating history. It is a a neighbourhood for students and a place for dreamers who are looking for inspiration and parties. It is called the ‘Latin Quarter’ because it is located where the Romains had established a little town called ‘Lutetia’.
Quartier Latin is the intellectual heart of Paris. Here you will find the famous Sorbonne University, one of the oldest and most famous universities of the world.
Nowadays, Quartier Latin is a lively neighborhood with a lot of bars, cafés, tiny streets, boutiques and bookshops. It attracts a diverse audience of intellectuals, writers-to-be, travellers and international students. It is one of Paris oldest districts that is full of historic must-sees. Parisi Tour would love to take you on a walking tour to show you everything this area has to offer.
Monsieur Robinier - The Oldest Tree in Paris.
But how old ?
Private Visit of the Panthéon and the cluny Museum, national museum of the middle ages
Explore and live areas like
Eglise Saint-Julien le Pauvre
The oldest tree in Paris
Eglise Saint Séverin
Cluny Museum about the middle ages and the Romain Thermes
Library of Sainte Geneviève
Church Saint Etienne du Mont
High school Henry IV
Morceau de l’enceinte Philippe Auguste
Square de la Contrescarpe
Rue Mouffetard ( Wine, cheese and pastry tastings)
Sorbonne University, one of the oldest and most famous universities in the world
A historical stroll through the Marais, its gardens and grand mansions.
A unique and private walking tour through the historical part of Saint-Germain-des-Prés.
A memorable and educative stroll through the intellectual heart of Paris. The Latin Quarter.