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Paris: Charming Nooks and Crannies Bike Tour

1. Paris: Charming Nooks and Crannies Bike Tour

Start your 3-hour bike in front of the City Hall. On this small-group guided tour, enjoy a leisurely bike ride through Paris historical neighborhoods. Your local guide will show you nooks and crannies of the old Paris as well as explaining you the anecdotes behind the great history. Starting on the city island, head toward St Louis Island, mostly unchanged since the 17th century. Crossing the Seine River, enter the medieval Marais, famous for its Jewish and gay neighborhoods. From middle-aged houses through trendy corners, reach the first-ever Kings Square and its magnificent buildings. Continuing through the Bastille square, demystify its legendary prison and the famous Bastille Day. Escape from city traffic and stroll along the bike-friendly path that lines the Seine River and get ready for a nice drink stop along the water. Next, discover the left bank. From the world's oldest company, which is 1154 years old, head towards the literary Saint Germain des Prés and meet Parisians’ preferred cafés and art galleries. See how the kings, queens, revolutionaries, and Napoléon mixed in a ballet that ended in blood in Odéon and Luxembourg. After resting in the left bankers preferred garden, reach the Sorbonne University and the Latin Quarter with its antic roman empire ruins mixed with the most dangerous middle-aged back streets. Joining this tour at the beginning of your vacation allows you to see a lot of the city and determine where you want to go back to.

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Paris: Latin Quarter 2-Hour Private or Group Walking Tour

2. Paris: Latin Quarter 2-Hour Private or Group Walking Tour

Explore the Latin Quarter, the most popular part of the Left Bank district of Paris. Enjoy a private 2-hour tour with a professional guide and discover the highlights of a fascinating area that has inspired countless artists and other creative geniuses, including Hemingway, Woody Allen, and Salvador Dali, to name just a few.  The Latin Quarter is home to the Sorbonne University, the 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 medieval times to its present day's bohemian culture preserved in this charming student village. 

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The Latin Quarter: Private Pedicab Tour in Paris

3. The Latin Quarter: Private Pedicab Tour in Paris

There is always a lot to see in Paris, but everyone knows that the vibrant Latin Quarter is where all the fun is. Take a fun pedicab tour through the city's lively neighborhood, visiting all the main sights and charming local spots along the way. Because the tour is a private one, the itinerary can be set and changed by you at will. However, you would be silly to miss some of the recommended spots, including the bustling Boulevard Saint-Michel and the colorful Saint-Germain-des-Prés, filled with cute cafes, traditional brasseries, and famous specialty shops. Discover why the Latin Quarter was the chosen home for decades of famous writers, filmmakers, fashionistas, and artistes. While you're finding the best local places in the Latin Quarter, pass by some of the beautiful attractions within the quarter, including the spectacular Odéon Théâtre de l'Europe, as well as the intricate Church of Saint-Sulpice.

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What people are saying about Saint-Germain-des-Pres

Sehr gute Route ausgewählt. Frederik weiß sehr viel über die Historie und französische Lebensart und kennt viele kleine Geschichten, die die Führung interessant und witzig machen. Sehr zufrieden!

Our guide Juyan was very knowledgeable, friendly and energetic. A great experience, definitely should be on everyone's list of the top things to do in Paris

Frederique was a very nice person, he speaks Dutch very well, and he learned us a lot about French history on nice locations.

We had a lovely guide who was both charming and very knowledgeable

Explored Paris hidden gems on a bike that only seen by locals