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Paris Private 2-Hour Walking Tour of Latin District
"Once you meet your guide at the designated meeting point you will head off to the famous Shakespeare & Company bookshop frequented in the past by great writers like Hemingway Fitzgerald Millen and Joyce. Later trampling on the soil of an ancient Merovingian cemetery you will discover the legend of St. Julian the Poor and the origins of the university in France. Passing by Cluny Museum
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Paris Latin Quarter and Notre-Dame Cathedral Private Walking Tour
"Explore the Latin Quarter the most popular part of Paris' Left Bank. A 2hr private tour of the Latin Quarter an area that has inspired countless artistic genius' Hemingway Woody Allen Salvador Dali to name just a few. Home to the Sorbonne University Pantheon the world-famous Shakespeare and Co. bookstore and the breathtaking Luxembourg Gardens. This Private Tour will take you to the core of Paris' history from the Medieval times to its present day bohemian culture preserved in this charming student's village."
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Ile de la Cité Walking tour with Typical French Lunch and a Boat cruise
"The First Part: Walking on the Island of La Cité (Duration: up to 15 hours)The tour starts from the Metro station Pont Neuf where you will get to see the oldest bridge of Paris receiving the name of ""New Bridge"" and the statue of Henri IV - an old charmer - inviting you for a walk. You will see the Dauphin square filled with history of love mysteries of Templars and grape vines growing there once. You will see the Palace of Justice which guards the Laws of France and remembers Napoleon Bonaparte pass by the cruel Conciergerie the ancient royal residence in Paris turned into a prison at times of the French revolution then you way will lead you by the Clock Tower
From EUR79.00
 
 
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Shakespeare and Company

just across the Petit Pont Bridge connecting Notre Dame to the Latin Quarter, Sits a famous English Language Book Company, lying along rue de la Bûcherie . The bookstore is Shakespeare and Company,...
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Pont Au Double

the Pont Au Double is one of the three bridges along the Seine that lies closest to the famous Notre Dame Cathedral of which it leads directly to the front area of the Cathedral. The Petit Pont and...
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Theatre de la Huchette

On a rainy Friday evening in November 1966 -- it was November 28, to be exact, and the Métro was on strike -- I went to a small theater in the Latin Quarter and saw two absurdist plays by Eugene...
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Notre Dame de Paris

Outside the cathedral is a monument to Charles the great, the first king of the franks and considered the father of modern France. The statue was created in 1878 and shows the king on horseback lead...
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Sorbonne - La Sorbonne

The name “Sorbonne” originally referred to a college created in 1253 by Robert de Sorbon, the chaplain and confessor of King Louis IX of France, who is now better known as Saint Louis because he...
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Île de la Cité

This little park at the western (downstream) tip of the Île de la Cité was named after the French King Henri IV (1553-1610), who was nicknamed “Le Vert-Galant” because of his many mistresses that he...
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