Free guided tours
Free Guided Tour “PARISIen D’UN JOUR, PARISIEN TOUJOURS“
Babylangues is offering its instructors the chance to visit a part of Paris in the company of a welcoming, enthusiastic guide who is in love with the city!
Just like a friend taking you on a walk, your guide will share with you their experiences, some useful addresses and a few anecdotes along the way. As well as learning about the area’s history, architecture and culture, you will be encouraged to soak up the atmosphere and explore Paris for yourself. The hope is that you will not only make the most of the city but also make it your own.
“The tour was really good and I enjoyed every bit of it. It also provides an excellent chance to meet other instructors. I would definitely recommend it to more people.”
Moses, a Babylangues Instructor in Paris
“The tour was very good and informative. Robert [the guide] was great and funny.”
Michelle, a Babylangues Instructor in Paris
Une Balade dans les passages et les galeries de paris
Take a stroll through the 5th arrondissement also known as “le Quartier Latin” and discover the Roman baths of the Musée du Moyen Age, Rue de la Harpe and the famous Shakespeare and Company bookshop, the oldest tree in Paris, and one of the oldest churches (St. Julien le Pauvre) You’ll see the prestigious schools, the Panthéon, some beautiful churches, rue Mouffetard and les Arènes de Lutèce, and you may even pay a visit to Hemingway and James Joyce… Finally, you’ll get the chance to see l’Institut du Monde Arabe with its amazing roof-top view of Paris.
Your guide for the afternoon will be Robert.
Sunday 9th September at 10am (lasting for about 2 hours).
Métro station Cluny-La Sorbonne (L10, RER B&C)
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Number of place(s) available(s) : 6
FEEDBACK FROM THE LAST TOUR:
“It was a really wonderful tour, it was very enjoyable… It was fascinating to hear the history of the passages and how they have developed over time. Robert also gave some great tips for places to eat and drink.” Julia
“The tour was fantastic. It was very cool to hear the history of the Latin quarter. He knew some very obscure facts that I would have never learned on my own. Thanks for setting it up!” Lucie