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- Type of Tour: Private Walking Tour
- Duration: 2 hours
- Tour Highlights: Shakespeare & Co library, René Viviani Gardens, the oldest tree in Paris, St-Julien-le-Pauvre, St Séverin Church, rue de la Huchette, Place St Michel and Fountain St Michel, Sorbonne University, the Pantheon and Luxembourg gardens, Cluny Museum, Gallo-roman baths, St. Etienne du Mont Church and Boulevard St-Michel.
- Meeting Point: In front of Shakespeare and Co library
- Max. Size of your Party: up to 8 people
- Price: 260 EUR flat for your party
- Cancellation: Full refund if we receive your notice at least 1 week before the tour date. 100% cancellation fee otherwise.
This 2 hour walking tour will take you back to the Roman times!
You will depart on your tour a few blocks away from Notre Dame Cathedral on the left bank. This is where you will encounter La Place Saint Michel. La Place Saint Michel is one of the most well known and popular places in the city for Parisiens to meet for dinner or a drink. The Place Saint Michel also hosts a beautiful fountain that can not be missed! You will continue into the student area as you make your way towards the world renowned Sorbonne University. Also while exploring this neighborhood you will pass by one of the best high schools in France.
You will then arrive at the Pantheon! Your guide will inform you of the many famous people who are buried there. You will end the tour at the magnificent Luxembourg gardens, which will leave you wanting to have a picnic! The gardens are visited by many Parisians, especially on the weekends, because it has many chairs for relaxing or reading, tennis courts as well as playgrounds for the children. As much as this park is a recreational place, it is also a beautiful site to visit.
During your visit, you will also have a chance to admire the Gallo-Roman baths, the Cluny museum (specialized in the Middle Age,) the oldest tree in Paris as well as the busy Boulevard Saint Michel.
You will enjoy this dynamic visit as we take you from the Romans to the students of today.