Subject of the visit
At the origin of our City was the Gallo-Roman city of Lutece. The Gauls were mainly in the island, but the romans developed also the south side of the river, what we name now: the Left Bank of the Seine,
the Latin Quarter is one of the oldest districts of Paris. The origin of its name dates back to the Middle Ages when this already student district brought together many schools providing education in Latin.
It is the meeting place for Parisians and tourists, who walk there in a friendly and lively atmosphere.
During our live streaming, we discover from Roman remains to middle ages house.
What to see during the tour (apart of closing for private event):
- Church Saint Julien le « pauvre »
- A view on Notre Dame (from the south side of the river)
- Medieval houses in the latin quarter
- Sorbonne univeristy
- Hotel de Cluny
- Roman’s Therme
- Narrowest street in Paris
1h to 45 minutes
Privat Party tour : 100€
Group tour : 5€ per viewer