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Free Walking Tours through Paris Latin Quarter

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Book for free any of these guruwalks. When the tour ends you will be able to pay the guru whatever you consider fair. Some will pay €10, others $50. It's up to you!
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The best guruwalks in Latin Quarter (3)

Free Tour Along the lost river. Latin Quarter, left bank

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Free Tour Along the lost river. Latin Quarter, left bank
Guru: Parisina
Days: Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday
Hours: 15:00
Languages: English
Duration: 3 hours
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Free Tour of the Latin Quarter of Paris

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Free Tour of the Latin Quarter of Paris
Guru: Paseando Por Europa
Days: Saturday
Hours: 15:30 and 16:30
Languages: Spanish
Duration: 2 hours
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Latin Quarter free tour in Spanish

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Latin Quarter free tour in Spanish
Guru: París Paso a Paso Tours
Days: Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday
Hours: 10:30
Languages: Spanish
Duration: 2 hours and 30 minutes
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The Latin Quarter of Paris is a historic district with a high density of educational institutions. The area includes the Sorbonne University, the Collège de France and many other famous schools. It is also home to some of France's most famous libraries, such as La Bibliothèque Nationale de France.
People visit this neighbourhood for its beauty and history. It is home to many quaint cafes and restaurants that provide excellent food while enjoying the views. You can also find many art galleries, museums and theatres that will show you the best parts of French culture.
And as we often recommend on this website, there's nothing better than getting to know the Latin Quarter of Paris with a Free Tour like the ones we offer here at GuruWalk.
A good starting point to get to know the Latin Quarter can be the Rue du Chat Qui Pêche.
Rue du Chat Qui Pêche is a narrow street in Paris that is known for its many small shops, restaurants and cafes. It is just off the Place de la Contrescarpe and is a popular tourist destination.
Originally it was simply called "The Street of the Fishing Cat" because of the cat that fished in the Seine River. But over time, the name was changed to The Street of the Cat Who Catches the Fish or The Street of the Cat Who Fishes. Then, finally, the Rue du Chat Qui Pêche (Street of the Cat Who Catches Fish) came into fashion in popular usage.
Not far from here is the Shakespeare and Company bookshop, one of the most famous bookshops in Paris.
The Shakespeare and Company bookshop is a small shop with old-school charm. The atmosphere inside feels as if you are entering the study or library of a mad professor. It has been open since 1951, when it was founded by Sylvia Beach as her personal haven for American writers seeking refuge from World War II.
Shakespeare and Company has always been known as a place for writers, readers, intellectuals, actors, musicians and painters to meet, whether they are locals or just passing through Paris.
And how could we not continue with the cultural theme in such a setting?
The Cluny Museum is one of the most important museums in France. The museum has a collection of Romanesque and Byzantine art, including sculptures, ivories, gold and silver work and textiles from before the 10th century A.D. It also contains Renaissance art and a number of tapestries.
As you can see, the Latin Quarter of Paris has a lot to offer and we are sure you will love it.

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